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Excellent list of ways to use various search engines to find new sources of links. As always, Debra shares ideas that might be missed otherwise.
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from debram 1532 Days ago #
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Thanks for Sphinning this Donna. Seems  Donna followed one of the tips in the article...  http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100621234056AAb05YP  :)



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from SuperCarly 1532 Days ago #
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Fab post, just the first tip alone has helped me loads... Thanks!  Going to try the rest now too!



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from tedchang 1531 Days ago #
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only the bookmark I have knew it before, the others 3 ways is a new idea for me, thanks Debram, if you dont mind, could I translate this article to chinese and post to my blog but leave source?



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from debram 1531 Days ago #
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While I appreciate your interest, you can't reprint anything off Search Engine Land without their written consent.   What you can do however, is a paragraph intro with a link to the source.  I did it today on my blog the LinkSpiel.com if you want to look and do something similar.



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from CIKMarketing 1531 Days ago #
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Fantastic post. I love that nothing about your ideas for link building was fishy or spammy. You offered valuable ideas that provide quality links for you, but more important, valuable information and content for users and potential clients. Thanks for the positive ideas.



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