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$500 Contest Post: Online Profiles That Offer Back Links

Winner Update: Holger from Wakefiles.com won this contest. We had to spend some time testing to see if many of the social media site submitted were valid and actually provided a back link from a profile or similar page. One of my link builders confirmed this today, so congratulations to Holger on making a quick $500! I'll repost the full list after they are all confirmed.

Contest Post: Let's make this into a contest. Whoever adds the most social media and/or online profile-type sites other than the ones already listed in this post wins $500 in cash.

Rules - Sites submitted must offer back links (anchor text with URL or URL link only). The contest ends May 15th at 5pm EST. You can come back as many times as you wish and add more sites in a different comment post (of course using the same username/email in your comments so we can tally up your total links submitted over the next two weeks). Good luck!

Building Links Through Social Profiles

One of the fastest ways to build backlinks and cast your net wider on the Internet is through social media profile building. However, not all profile sites are created equally in terms of SEO value. Some profiles don’t allow any links back to your site while others offer URL links and anchor text.

I’ve done some digging into a the profiles of a few top rated social sites to find which ones offered links in the public profile:

Social Profile Back Links

A few sites like Scribd and Fast Pitch Networking offer no live links at all. This is not to say that they are not valuable as networking tools, only that they won’t supply a backlink to your site.

Here’s a link list to all of the social sites above:

  1. Fast Company (http://www.fastcompany.com/user/register)
  2. Flickr (http://www.flickr.com)
  3. Naymz ($4.99/month) (http://www.naymz.com)
  4. StumbleUpon (http://www.stumbleupon.com)
  5. Digg (http://www.digg.com)
  6. Linked In (http://www.linkedin.com)
  7. Twitter (http://www.twitter.com)
  8. Answers.com (http://www.answers.com)
  9. FaceBook (http://www.facebook.com)
  10. eZine Articles (http://www.ezinearticles.com)
  11. Insider Pages (http://www.insiderpages.com)
  12. HubPages (http://www.hubpages.com)
  13. Slideshare (http://www.slideshare.net)
  14. Kiva (http://www.kiva.com)
  15. My Blog Log (http://www.mybloglog.com)
  16. Viddler (video) (http://www.viddler.com)
  17. Go Articles (http://www.goarticles.com)
  18. You Tube (http://www.youtube.com)
Have Any Profile Sites to Add to the List?

There are plenty more sites online to build profiles and back links. Do you know of any to add to the list that offer a link back? Whoever adds the most within the comments wins $500 (see top of post for more details).

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Anonymous's picture

Brian Chappell (not verified)

May 1st, 2008

Need another column. Makes a bit of a difference ;-)

NoFollow

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Brian Gilley's picture

Brian Gilley

May 2nd, 2008

Hi Brian,
I agree on one hand about nofollow being a consideration, but have seen inklings of benefits of rankings with Yahoo, MSN, and Google. Lots of experiments have been done to help conclude whether or not links using nofollow have any value.

Some can be found here:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=do+nofol...

But you're right, adding that column would make a bit of difference. ;-)

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Anonymous's picture

holger (not verified)

May 13th, 2008

Hi, here are some social sites which provide backlinks and also bring some traffic:

squidoo.com
newsvine.com
designfloat.com
yelp.com
nowpublic.com
crowdvine.com
webnews.de
yigg.de

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Brian Gilley's picture

Brian Gilley

May 13th, 2008

Appreciate the post. Some nice ones there that we sometimes use.

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Anonymous's picture

holger (not verified)

May 13th, 2008

Hi Brian, here is an quick update ;)

sphinn.com
tribe.net
myspace.com
propeller.com
metafilter.com
kirtsy.com
linkedin.com
pownce.com
twitter.com

Cheers
Holger

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Anonymous's picture

Brian Chappell (not verified)

May 14th, 2008

I take it you cannot name any others mentioned already, right?

deviantart.com
care2.com
dfinitive.com
adultswim.com
fanpop.com
tweako.com
mixx.com
couchsurfing.com
comagz.com
ballhype.com
buzzflash.net
chipin.com
scoreguru.com
blogs4god.com
dnhour.com
hugg.com
memeorlame.com
showhype.com
photographyvoter.com
pixelgroovey.com
plugim.com
smallbusinessbrief.com
videosift.com
23hq.com
gooruze.com
brightkite.com
sclipo.com
seomoz.org/marketplace/resumes
bigsight.org
ozmozr.com
wink.com
ziki.com
ecademy.com

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Anonymous's picture

search engine optimisation Sydney (not verified)

January 3rd, 2009

Great list.Thanks a lot.Let me start submit my site to these social sites.

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Anonymous's picture

Fikar Chan (not verified)

December 9th, 2012

I am same like u cause i need backlink to my blog... great solution

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Brian Gilley

May 14th, 2008

Since someone could cherry pick from any submitted social media lists, then each site can only be mentioned once and it's credited to the individual who posts it first.

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Anonymous's picture

Holger (not verified)

May 14th, 2008

I tried to avoid duplicates:

adrenalinehub.com
bumpzee.com
dealigg.com
tickme.com
spoke.com
blogcatalog.com
stylehive.com
swik.net
uvouch.com
vox.com
meetup.com
43things.com
43people.com
good-tutorials.com
gaia.com
blinkbits.com
pixel2life.com
activerain.com
flashperfection.com
corank.com
indianpad.com
connotea.org
work.com
slashdot.org
diigo.com
furl.net
clipclip.org
blummy.com
a1-webmarks.com
bloggingzoom.com
lipstick.com
freeiq.com
hyperlinkomatic.com
searchles.com
rojo.com
faves.com
citeulike.org
buzzflash.com
wists.com
netvouz.com
rnel.net
mister-wong.com
linkroll.com
9rules.com
simpy.com
bibsonomy.org
folkd.com
spurl.net
buddymarks.com
spotback.com
plugim.com
wirefan.com
thoof.com
unalog.com
blogmarks.net
linkagogo.com
feedmelinks.com
blinklist.com
spurl.net
scribd.com
feedmarker.com
kaboodle.com
clipmarks.com
blogs.com
tutorialized.com
gather.com
i-am-bored.com
hi5.com
tagalag.com
startaid.com
killerstartups.com
citeulike.org
autospies.com
dzone.com
xing.com

cheers
Holger

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Anonymous's picture

holger (not verified)

May 14th, 2008

Just a few more

thisnext.com
wishpot.com
stylehive.com
osoyou.com
asoboo.com
mashable.com
change.org

Cheers
Holger

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Anonymous's picture

Brian Chappell (not verified)

May 14th, 2008

i-am-bored.com
mixermixer.com
indianpad.com
muti.co.za
wordsy.com
dotnetkicks.com
dzone.com

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Brian Gilley's picture

Brian Gilley

May 15th, 2008

Hi holger,
It seems that some of your submissions may not allow a profile type of link when signing up. We'll need to check the ones you submitted to make sure that each does allow a back link.

Please keep the social site list submissions to sites that only allow back links or profile links.

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Anonymous's picture

Holger (not verified)

May 15th, 2008

Hi. I focused on Social Media Sites where you can submit a Backlink in your profile, so most of the Sites provide a backlink in the users profile.
You are right, there some sites in the long list wich do not provide a backlink from the profile but where you are able to have backlinks in other places or/and list them in the user profile. No problem, check wich sites match your contest criteria.

OK. Here are some more sites where you have 100% a backlink from profile and the links are 100% NOT nofollow:

fototalk.com
fotocommunity.com
aniboom.com
collegehumor.com
crackle.com
dailymotion.com
gofish.com
jibjab.com
ourmedia.org
sharkle.com
travelistic.com
tausendreporter.stern.de
newstube.de

Cheers

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Brian Gilley's picture

Brian Gilley

May 15th, 2008

Hi Holger,
Thanks for understanding and for the additional lists! Looks like you're ahead at this point and only four hours to go ;-)

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Anonymous's picture

Holger (not verified)

May 15th, 2008

ttiqq.com
scoreguru.com
iliketotallyloveit.com
newsheat.com
photographyvoter.com
infopirat.com
dotnetkicks.com
chictini.com
onlineadvertisingnews.net
stylehive.com
plantchange.com
dnhour.com
marktd.com
showhype.com
fivelimes.com
plugim.com
network.nature.com
linkfilter.net
indianpad.com
ifancyit.co
memeorlame.com
blipoo.com

Thats it fpr tpday :)

hope i didnt post some duplicates.

Cheers

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Anonymous's picture

Holger (not verified)

May 15th, 2008

sorry, forgot this 2 ones in the last post

afrigator.com
barksbookmarks.com
blogs4god.com

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Brian Gilley's picture

Brian Gilley

May 19th, 2008

Hi Holger.
Please contact me regarding your $500. You can just click on the contact page of the site and leave me your email address through that form so that I can contact you for payment details.

Thanks!

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Anonymous's picture

Holger (not verified)

May 26th, 2008

Hi Brian,

nice to hear! I have send you a short mail through your contact form and send you my email adress (same as I used in the comments).

Best Regards
Holger

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Anonymous's picture

Social Marketing Journal (not verified)

June 5th, 2008

Cool contest - congrats to the winner!

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Anonymous's picture

LiveWire (not verified)

June 15th, 2008

This sounded like a fun contest, too bad I missed it. I do have one more to offer since this is the most extensive and currently active list of social media sites I have stumbled across.
livewirenews.net is another which provides backlinks for submitted blog posts & stories, along with a link in your profile. Bookmarked this page for future reference, thanks!

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Anonymous's picture

Alex Weber (not verified)

July 2nd, 2008

Tumblr is one of the best for this topic! You can completely customize the HTML/CSS of your Tumblr page, which allows for as many backlinks, H1 tags, bolding, etc as you like! AND it comes from the tumblr.com domain!
See an example here: alexweber.tumblr.com

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Anonymous's picture

Ryan (not verified)

July 3rd, 2008

Hey,

Thanks for this feature, I think it's a great resource. Will the full list still be posted?

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Anonymous's picture

Karl (not verified)

July 13th, 2008

As a Social networking site gr8network.co.uk has all the links and tools you should need for promoting almost anything anything.

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Anonymous's picture

Search Engine Ranking (not verified)

July 29th, 2008

I can't believe you offered 500 bucks for this info.... If I had only known LOL. anyways.... its a good list for anyone trying to build more links for clients. Also try some of those companies located out of India. Somebody from our team spoke to a few of these guys, and they seem to have good track records. I think for as low as 5 dollars per link, you can get permanent links if you order in bulk. They also guarantee page rank, even though I don't know what happens after all of these PR updates.

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Anonymous's picture

SEO Seattle (not verified)

September 10th, 2008

Too bad more and more of these sites are adding nofollow tags, such as Twitter.

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Anonymous's picture

Holger (not verified)

September 24th, 2008

I am lokking regular on socialseo.com to see if there is a new interesting post, but didnt noticed the update of this thread.

Just want to say thanks to Brian and socialseo.com for this nice idea of contest and the decent cashprice :)

I hope some of the posted links will help the blog readers increase there link popularity. Best Regards.

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Anonymous's picture

SEO (not verified)

September 26th, 2008

The nofollowlist also has a whitelist now...but I guess that's not what you need.

If your Drupal site is adding "nofollow" to links then you should look for it in the input formats section: http://example.com/admin/settings/filters/

One of those probably has an option enabled which is setting the nofollow. If it's not that...please include a link to your site and and describe which of the links on the page is nofollow that you wish was dofollow and I'll try to help.

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Anonymous's picture

siva (not verified)

October 24th, 2008

I like these,
spotback.com
plugim.com
wirefan.com
thoof.com
unalog.com
blogmarks.net
linkagogo.com
feedmelinks.com
blinklist.com
spurl.net
scribd.com
feedmarker.com
kaboodle.com
--------------
siva

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Anonymous's picture

Lonet (not verified)

December 1st, 2008

Link building is not about search engine optimisation, it is not about boosting your Google PageRank, it is not about publishing a link directory and it is not about swapping links with as many other websites as possible. Link Building is key to any comprehensive Web site promotion strategy.
----------------
Lonet

Link Building

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Anonymous's picture

Busby (not verified)

January 20th, 2009

IMO, link building is about SEO purposes only, it doesn't affect to PR unless you got backlinks from related sites CMIIW
regards

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Anonymous's picture

Daniel (not verified)

January 25th, 2009

from my experience it doesnt make so much a difference as you think

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Anonymous's picture

Daniel Travolto (not verified)

January 25th, 2009
Anonymous's picture

kingwood (not verified)

February 2nd, 2009

I like go articles the best. You can include links inside the paragraphs. Why do other article communities like ezine prevent you from doing so.

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Anonymous's picture

Marcis Gasuns (not verified)

March 8th, 2009

Flickr has become nofollow in the meantime.

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Anonymous's picture

Barton SEO (not verified)

March 10th, 2009

Does anyone know where the final list is? If not, I will look at what was posted. This is a tremendous resource. Thanks.

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Anonymous's picture

Professional Web Design (not verified)

March 21st, 2009

I wish I had seen this contest earlier. What a great idea.
Is there a complete list of these sites?
What a great resource for people looking to build some links to their website.

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Anonymous's picture

Sarah Summer (not verified)

March 25th, 2009

plz compile the final verified list and post it at the bottom of your blog.Its difficult to search for the working links from the above hapazard list.

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Anonymous's picture

mark rushworth (not verified)

April 17th, 2009

im working through a list of over 3000 social sites so will be able to win this for sure :) its taking an age tho as just when you think you're 1/2 way through validating the list you suddently find a source of another 200 sites :(

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Anonymous's picture

Authority Networker (not verified)

April 22nd, 2009

In order to find qualified fresh MLM leads and free guaranteed signups, it's a good idea to use internet network marketing. One of the fastest network marketing online technique to generate these free MLM leads and paid signups mlm is through social media marketing. Social media, which taps into a familiar concept called attraction marketing, lets you build relationships with your targeted audience.

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Making money online..Backlinking?? I'm very new to internet marketing, but have learned a few things from people such as you folk about back linking etc.I'm not sure about why a backlink in a profile page, is a good backlink. Should it not be relevant to your website or post? someone please explain, and if this is a good thing I will run with it, but there are so many distractions on the internet regarding whats right and wrong, that a newbie like me gets sidetracked quite a bit. I really enjoyed this post.Thanks for sharing!

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Anonymous's picture

The Online Boat Parts Store (not verified)

April 24th, 2009

Am very interested in this, where is the final list located, mark where is your list?

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Anonymous's picture

I Kill Your Web Design (not verified)

April 24th, 2009

Isn't this sort of missing the point? The huge question is whether such sites give dofollowed backlinks.

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Anonymous's picture

windows registry cleaner (not verified)

April 25th, 2009

it's really good information for me to get more sites that using do follow. thanks for your information

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Anonymous's picture

Phone Jammer (not verified)

April 29th, 2009

great list....what about twitter?

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Anonymous's picture

Video Marketing (not verified)

April 29th, 2009

This is a great list of sites and would like to see the final.

It doesn't matter if it's a do follow or a no follow. A link is a link and google is the only engine that this pertains to. I do video marketing and the search engines don't read videos yet I get my videos on page one in a matter of hours you just have to know what you're doing. BTW google still follows the no follow links, it just doesn't give any credit to your page rank. And we all use yahoo to figure out the link backs anyway. You'll still get credit.

Preston

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Anonymous's picture

rmcy (not verified)

May 9th, 2009

I agree on one hand about nofollow being a consideration, but have seen inklings of benefits of rankings with Yahoo, MSN, and

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Anonymous's picture

Traffic Secrets 101 (not verified)

May 18th, 2009

What a great resource you guys have put together. Another tip, when you add your link into the profile of these sites a lot of the site members also have a high PR on their individual pages and allow comments that pass the PR on.

I am currently writing a free pdf on a plan to get backlinks and will drop your url in as an additional resource.

Thanks again

John

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Anonymous's picture

Buy Backlink (not verified)

June 11th, 2009

thanks!
You made some good points there. I

did a search on the topic and found

most people will agree with your

blog.It will greatly help me in my

SEO

activities. :)

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Anonymous's picture

Anonymous (not verified)

June 24th, 2009

I agree on one hand writing a free pdf on a plan to get backlinks and will drop your url in as an additional resource.Thanks again

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Anonymous's picture

GOOGLE DOLLARS (not verified)

June 29th, 2009

i think so this may too help you ?

propeller.com
furl.net/
bookmarks.yahoo.com/
spurl.net/
mister-wong.com/
contentpop.com
plime.com/
folkd.com/
https:// 2collab.com/
searchles.com/
listible.com
linkk.com.br
mylinkvault.com/
spotback.com/
marlat.de
socialdanger.com/
gozoof.com
clipclip.com
scoopit.co.nz
blipoo.com
wirefan.com/
indianpad.com
kez6.com/
onmylist.com/
highvibeit.com/
blogsvine.com/
diigo.com
th3scoop.com/
your-bookmark.com/
rambhai.com/
rockvibes.net/
mysitevote.com/
stingit.co.uk
webride.org
google.com/bookmarks
freelink.org/
a1-webmarks.com/
syncone.net/
oyax.com/
dealoid.com
linqued.com/
oopza.com/
fcc.com
bookmarkglobe.com/
postonfire.com
tizags.com
newskicks.com
wobblog.com
earthfrisk.com
myfavs.eu
fabrity.com
jackool.com
ximmy.com
tag.zurpy.com
democade.net
fa.vorites.com
jeqq.com
chaamp.com/
socialogs.com/
buzz24.org
ikeepbookmarks.com
favoriten.de
goodsubmit.com/
shareddish.com/
letsbookmark.net
iloggo.com
kapely.net/
getigadget.com/
blogreporter.biz
inchicks.com
blurpalicious.com/
diggdirect.com
pixelmo.com/
wagg.it
linkbin.com
business-planet.net/
under-link.com/
2centsnews.com
myvmarks.com
linksprocket.com
wedigg.co.uk/
gamedumper.com/
indiantags.com/
mycartel.co.uk
wrigg.net/
mashfactor.com/
squigglr.com
findnot.com/news/
mypinkcheese.com/
webmomsplace.com/
bukmark.net
ludicrous.net
qiel.com/
digg.com/
propeller.com
flickr.com/
kirtsy.com/
linkedin.com/
current.com/
postonfire.com/
bloggingzoom.com
corank.com
technorati.com/
mybloglog.com/
bumpzee.com
linkagogo.com/
bibsonomy.org/
mister-wong.com
clipclip.org/
https://publish.associatedcontent.com
blogoria.com
nowpublic.com
memestreams.net/
mixx.com
edopter.com
9rules.com/
forums.digitalpoint.com
im4newbies.com/forum
wickedfire.com
V7N.com
toptrafficforum.com
webdesignforums.net
talkdev.com
bzimage.org
sitepoint.com/forums/
siteownersforums.com
forums.devstart.com
webmaster-forums.code-head.com
forums.mozillazine.org
board.flashkit.com
matrix.msu.edu
linksmarker.com
buddymarks.com
jumptags.com
sphinn.com
mystuff.ask.com
smallbusinessbrief.com
wirefan.com
lifelogger.com
backflip.com
newzly.com
dropjack.com
stumbleupon.com
facebook.com
digg.com
furl.net

thnk you use them

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Anonymous's picture

BING CASH (not verified)

July 23rd, 2009

do you think that face book too help in making links to our pages?

does it really help

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Anonymous's picture

Jeff Adams (not verified)

August 12th, 2009

Hello Good Eve to all

While i was in trouble in checking the backlink, I could able to find one important source that describes the "Advanced link checking strategies with Search Engines".

The article attracted me very much. I could get the various possible strategies to check the backlinks in google, yahoo and bing.

Regards
Jeff

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Anonymous's picture

Dolphin Hosting (not verified)

October 2nd, 2009

So many sites start out as dofollow but later end up changing to nofollow. Digg recently did this. A number of other sites and social bookmarking sites I used to post to also did this. Kind of a bummer but oh well what do you do.

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Anonymous's picture

Dominican Republic Real Estate (not verified)

November 8th, 2009

Are the links long lasting or has anyone found that the profiles are deleted if the account is not used on a regular basis?

With so many people now using Angela's backlinks I've found that it's getting tougher to keep links live in profiles.

Great resource though, thanks!

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Anonymous's picture

Mac SSD Upgrades (not verified)

November 14th, 2009

I'm always a bit leery of the PLIGG based sites. I've spent a ton of time setting up my Apple Mac gizmo and gadget sites at many of them - and so many Pligg setups are poorly configured, error out, lose accounts, get reset - or simply vanish.

Ahh but that's the nature of backlink building: you throw handfuls of darts at the wall - and wait to hear screaming or see something bleeding - and you know you've struck gold! :)

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Anonymous's picture

Watch Anime Online (not verified)

November 16th, 2009

Facebook is crap in my opinion. Twitter gets me plenty of traffic - but no matter how hard I've tried with FB I've never gotten anywhere.

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Anonymous's picture

P. "air ambulance" Veazey (not verified)

November 26th, 2009

Gee, thanks for the tips. Do you have an updated list of sites that provide profile urls?

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Anonymous's picture

Public Records (not verified)

December 17th, 2009

I agree i am still to get even one visitor from facebook.Twitter is much easier to get traffic from

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Anonymous's picture

Prepaid cards (not verified)

January 5th, 2010

Even if you can get your profile link to stay (i found about 75-80% do) it is necessary to link to them to get Google to cache some of them. Some will stick with Google some will not.

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Anonymous's picture

Van (not verified)

January 6th, 2010

Only recently did I setup a listing on Digg and was surprised at how much interest and traffic was driven back into my site. I recommend anyone to utilise social bookmarking as it is a good SEO and promotion tool.

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Anonymous's picture

power of the mind (not verified)

January 8th, 2010

This has got to be probably the best list of sites I have come across in a blog post. I will be surly checking some of these sites out. Thank you for posting these and also thanks to all the people that contributed sites to this list.

Regards,
Lee
mind power

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Anonymous's picture

ssk (not verified)

January 12th, 2010

This is extremely helpful. I’ve been trying to find ways to engage readers more effectively and after reading your comments I feel like I have a much better idea of how to drive more of a discussion on my posts.

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Anonymous's picture

sikis izle (not verified)

November 18th, 2010

This is extremely helpful. I’ve been trying to find ways to engage readers more effectively and after reading your comments I feel like I have a much better idea of how to drive more of a discussion on my posts.

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Anonymous's picture

Meat Slicer (not verified)

December 6th, 2010

Didn't realize there were so many social bookmarking sites! Definitely going to take advantage of all the ones you guys have listed here. Thanks so much!

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Anonymous's picture

Sam Glaser (not verified)

December 20th, 2010

Greetings from Germany. You should also see the amount of sites that have come up since this post was published.

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Anonymous's picture

Joddi Don (not verified)

January 21st, 2011

great collection. absolutely grateful guys for sharing. I'll just swipe these and add them to my arsenal of backlink sites.
J.

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Anonymous's picture

Fraser Hannah (not verified)

February 3rd, 2011

Wow, I had no idea there were so many of these sites out there. Articles like these are just the thing we need as fledgling web designers to help kick start our online carers.

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Anonymous's picture

seo (not verified)

February 3rd, 2011

Wow, I had no idea there were so many of these sites out there. Articles like these are just the thing we need as fledgling web designers to help kick start our online carers...

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Anonymous's picture

joesph (not verified)

March 3rd, 2011

Nice, it is helpful to know how dofollow and nofollow tags in source code can affect our backlinking efforts in a SEO campaign.

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Anonymous's picture

Marketing company in Surrey (not verified)

March 15th, 2011

Brilliant lists, it's amazing how many there are when you look into it outside of the normal Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn.

I will try all of the sites listed above to see what happens, the real objective for me is to drive more traffic, and I agree with a couple of the comments above that Facebook has driven virtually no traffic. I find FB very hit and miss, also ran some ads and these didn't do much either, yet other businesses I know have run FB ads with great success.

I think it depends a lot on the subject matter and what you are promoting, has anyone else had this experience with FB?

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Anonymous's picture

Shane (not verified)

March 21st, 2011

Would be good to get an update of this list (had a quick look and couldnt find one), or even a complete list with all the dupes removed from 2008?

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Anonymous's picture

Black Market (not verified)

April 7th, 2011

With the recent changes by Google, will this still work?

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Anonymous's picture

seo (not verified)

April 10th, 2011

I would agree, the reasons for ranking are more important to me as well. They sound nice but don’t necessarily convert traffic. This is a solid post for beginners to SEO like myself. Thanks!

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telefoane mobile ieftine (not verified)

February 4th, 2012

Here's what still works.

Works = still be online, offer the possibility to have a profile link, offer public access to profile (by browser, without the need to be registered), registration links in working condition, decent server speed, intuitive interface (so that you spend less than 5 minutes figuring out where to put your link)

The DO/NO tag refers to do-follow or no-follow.
The anchor attribute means that they allow an anchor text for your link

fastcompany.com NO
flickr.com NO, anchor
digg.com NO, anchor
facebook.com NO
twitter.com NO
answers.com NO, anchor
technorati.com DO
kiva.org DO
slideshare.net NO
squidoo.com DO
newsvine.com DO, anchor
yelp.com NO
tribe.net DO
myspace.com NO
deviantart.com DO
care2.com DO
fanpop.com DO, anchor
tweako.com DO
chime.in NO
23hq.com DO
sclipo.com DO
eacademy.com NO, anchor
dealigg.com DO
tickme.com DO
good-tutorials.com NO
activerain.com NO
corank.com DO
connotea.org NO, anchor
diigo.com NO
citeulike.org DO deleted my profile in less than 24h
folkd.com NO
i-am-bored.com DO
startaid.com DO, anchor
dzone.com NO
thisnext.com DO, anchor
wishpot.com DO
change.org NO
dotnetkicks.com NO
affiliorama.com NO
fotocommunity.com NO
collegehumor.com NO
dailymotion.com NO
thoof.com DO
blinklist.com NO, anchor
rambhai.com DO
webride.org DO
business-planet.net DO
bukmark.net DO
current.com DO
jumptags.com NO, anchor

I spent 10 hours to register on each one that works, now I can hardly move my neck.

Cheers!

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mas informacion (not verified)

March 8th, 2012

Nice list of profiles, thanks!Specially for the users of this site that provide their own links!

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micro sim sim (not verified)

March 28th, 2012

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Samehadaku (not verified)

May 2nd, 2012

wowwww.....once complete list of social sites.thank you so much for sharing.....

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jogjarumahcom (not verified)

June 11th, 2012

cari, jual, beli, sewa rumah di jogja

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spinous (not verified)

June 16th, 2012

blogs4god.com
dnhour.com
hugg.com
memeorlame.com
showhype.com
photographyvoter.com
pixelgroovey.com
plugim.com
smallbusinessbrief.com
videosift.com
23hq.com
gooruze.com
brightkite.com
sclipo.com
seomoz.org/marketplace/resumes
bigsight.org
ozmozr.com
wink.com
ziki.com

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Agen Togel Online (not verified)

June 20th, 2012

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Focus-global.asia (not verified)

June 21st, 2012

Please adv for all ,if there know the real methode how to get higher traffic visitor to web please info and share with us Thanks

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Fokus Kita (not verified)

July 5th, 2012

keren mastah..
ijin nyimak..

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Anonymous (not verified)

July 13th, 2012

wooow. its so good man

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cell phone jammer (not verified)

July 28th, 2012

wow,looks great,those backlinks from high pr site,hope you can show us more links like that.

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Drupal Experts (not verified)

August 6th, 2012

Helpful knowledge and really well explained about topic of discussion. Great collection of contents, I will be back to read other. Keep on posting valuable information..Thank you so much for sharing.

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riauflasher (not verified)

August 9th, 2012

thank you so much for sharing.....

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eri (not verified)

January 28th, 2013

thanks for this valuable information. so we know what we must to do with each social media. and yeah congratulation for the winner..:D

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