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Some groovy starting points for the noobs and maybe a few ideas for the seasoned search geeks -

SNIP - I’d like to emphasize is that I do not recommend using exactly one of the below variants, instead use them as samples: you are free (and even encouraged) to add your own fields, to modify and make them better
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from FuzzyMarketer 3285 Days ago #
Votes: 0

:) Our developers whipped up an automated link monitoring tool for this stuff, only they made it dump a link if it is not approved in three days, so I end up with a lot of larger directories getting ditched because of long approval period.

from thefandango 3285 Days ago #
Votes: -1

I use my own companies link monitoring tools, much easier than whipping them up!

from gjhough 3281 Days ago #
Votes: 0

Thanks David - Ann’s article came a a very good time as I have my own Excel link building worksheet somewhere.  Between moving my files to a new computer over a period of weeks :-) I must have dropped my sheet somewhere.  It is not nearly close to what is mentioned in those sheets but I have to start some place.  And what better place to start looking at what other back link builders use for their link building efforts.

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