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List of Websites that Promote YOUR Website

August 18, 2009 in Link Building | Comments (0)

Submit your website, service or web applcation to the following sites. You’ll get backlinks, and traffic.

  • MOMB Museum of Modern Betas is a web site for listing web-based apps in beta status.
  • DemoGirl Molly McDonald is the editor-in-chief of this VPOP Technologies Inc. blog. If she thinks your service is good enough, she’ll create screencasts and feature your site for free.
  • Dzine Blog is a design blog. Find inspirational designs and some good tips in logo, graphics and web designs. Tell the owner about your website if you have a great looking website or a service that will help the design community.
  • eHub is Emily Chang’s lists of web startups. Submit a site, service, or news
  • FeedMyApp is another web applications listing site but with no voting system. Suggest a Site link and fill out the form.
  • Go2web20 is a Flash directory of Web 2.0 applications. You can send them an email by clicking on Suggest.
  • Launchfeed.com Fill out the form under the "Submit" link. You need an English-language site.
  • Listio is a user-driven directory for web 2.0 applications. Others rank and comment on your apps. When you submit a new app, it will get a pending status until an editor reviews and publishes it. Listio is a Digg for web applications.
  • Lo-fi-Librarian A blog created by a Master student in Library and Info Studies in the UK. Contact him/her by email to have your website listed on his/her site.
  • Rev2 profiles new Web 2.0 startups and technologies, as well as providing analysis on the state of this industry. Send an email with your announcement to one of the editors on the About page.
  • Simplespark finds or shares a new web applications. Your website/service/application can be listed here, too.
  • Sociableblog is a social networking and social media blog offering the latest news, video & articles about social networking, media, community, and software. Register and then let them know about your service or product.
  • WebDev 2.0 profiles a variety of sites which are useful for their readers.
  • Ziipa.com is a visual search engine. Go to Suggest > fill out the form.

Top 12 Ways to Get Answers to Your Questions

August 13, 2009 in Link Building | Comments (0)

Mahalo Answers
Uses Mahalo Dollars and social voting on the best tips.
Yahoo Answers
Yahoo Answers use a fan system where users can be fans of others. There is also a point system. You earn points by answering questions and spend points by asking questions. Points accumulated determine your user level.
Answerbag
Answerbag groups it’s questions according to the type and difficulty. They are also grouped as: expert, local, and shopping (well researched, local only, commerce related)
Twitter
Twitter is like a chat room – kinda. You can search through answers and post questions quickly. If a user adds a #hashtag to their post, that post gets a keyword which helps others find it. Twitter is useful because it’s real time, or can be. For serious tweeting use a program like tweetdeck, which allows you to automatically pull feeds for your keywords.
Answers.com
A combination of answer site and wiki.
All Experts
A clunkier interface, but still a good answer site grouped in categories.
Google Answers
Like many other answer sites, but the reward system is based on money. You bid a dollar amount and someone answers, then you pay them.
Blurtit
Allows anonymous posting, but otherwise like other answer sites.
Aardvark
Powerful network of IM clients. People opt in to answer questions and then your question is blasted to all of them.
Pic Answers
Allows you to post a picture then ask about the picture. Saves typing a huge, oddly worded description.
Answerly
Searches several of the answer sites at once… though a custom google search would probably work better.
Google for a Forum
Forums are great places to earn reputation and find information. If you find a popular forum, register help people out, or ask a question.