__/ [ John Bokma ] on Saturday 22 April 2006 06:11 \__
> "Georgie" <filmfind@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Has anyone heard if submitting your site to related topsites can help
>> with your link popularity. Most topsites home pages seem to have a PR
>> of 0, so it makes me nervous having to link to them all.
>> Anybody use them??
This reminds me of Webrings. Rarely worth the time, but it provides a good
lunching pad, from which to gain initial momentum.
> PR0 could mean: has no PR yet.
> Write good content.
Not enough. Chicken and egg situation. *smile* One must get traffic (e.g.
search engine referrals) for quality of content to be appreciated. Business
cards don't bring visits.
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