High Pagerank Sites Linking to Your Site – Free!

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Remember your time-management
40% of your time should be spent “attracting” new clients.. you should
have a link to your site from all of these.. this is what you should
add to your time management program.

1. Google Website (pages.google.com) – A brief profile page, “your personal story” with a video/audio, and link to your website.

2. Google Blog (blogsearch.google.com) – Make sure all your blogs are listed at blogsearch.

3. Radio Blog (blogtalkradio.com)

4. Squidoo Blog (squidoo.com)

5. YouTube (youtube.com)

6. Facebook (facebook.com)

7. MySpace (myspace.com)

8. Meet-up (meetup.com)

9. Linked-In (linkedin.com)

10. Ning Classroom (ning.com)

11. Digg profile (digg.com)

12. Mashable Profile (mashable.com)

13. Twitter (twitter.com)

14. Utterz (utterz.com)

15. Stumble (stumbleupon.com)

16. Delicious (del.icio.us)

17. Flicker (flickr.com)

18. 40 Video Sharing Sites

19. Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org)

20. MyBlogLog (mybloglog.com)

21. Blogger (blogger.com)

22. HubPages (hubpages.com)

23. Google Docs – (docs.google.com) – Your Brandable PDF or Slideshow

24. Ebay About Me (pages.ebay.com/help/account/about-me.html)

25. Google Sitemaps (google.com/webmasters/tools)

26. Blogger Radio (bloggerradio.com)

27. Free IQ (freeiq.com)

This will be edited as I go along :)

Modified from Steven Barchetti’s Marketing Plan: http://stevenbarchetti.googlepages.com/stevensevent

Just thought I would take some notes as I was listening to his
conference call and even though I’ve gone through most them in prior
tips to the “start here”, it’s good to have a little list from someone
else to know we’re on the right track and there were a couple of newies
in there (google docs, radio blog, etc).

Penny (PennyButler.com)
Penny (PennyButler.com)

Who are we? What are we doing here? What is the meaning of life? Penny is a truth-seeker, ever-questioning, ever-learning, ever-researching, ever delving further and deeper down the rabbit hole. This site is a legacy of sorts, a place to collect thoughts, notes, book summaries, whilst providing a searchable archive to easily lookup and reference.

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  3. Anwar says:

    That is a nice list. Thanks for sharing.

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