Link Love Revisited

Just to show I’m not all anti-giving of links to people who write interesting blogs and have caught my roving eye in the blogosphere, I think its a good time to spread some more link love around to those that deserve it.

Here’s an interesting take on recent events and conjectures concerning what Google may or may not be up to. He’s called it Googlenoia Update #2 and I think it’s an interesting aside to all the current fears and worries that bloggers, including me, have been mulling over recently. Nice one Frank!

For those bloggers who lost their PR and want to get it back, you might want to check out this post by Mohan who describes how he got at least part of his PR reinstated at I got my PR back! 5 Steps to get back yours!

David Dalka has a great business development and marketing blog at David Dalka – Creating Revenue and Retention – Chicago GSB MBA and he has left me several comments which I feel are unfairly no-followed, so to redress the balance, here is a free link to your site David!

Finally, Tim over at Redneck Bar & Grill is leaving his “Do-Follow” plugin in place, ut doesn’t care too much as he’s just moved sites and has no PR to lose in any case! I like his blog because it’s not so much a marketing site, more a site about beer… and I like beer!

That’s it for link love on this chilly Monday morning after taking the dogs for a walk in a veritable gale and sub 20ΒΊc temperatures (brrrrrrr!!!)

Terry Didcott
The Honest Way

7 thoughts on “Link Love Revisited”

  1. Hi Mohan,

    You’re welcome – that was a good post and I’m sure a lot of bloggers will be glad to see that there is a way back if they choose to take it.

    Terry

  2. Hi David,

    Ha! I just lifted your title and pasted it into the link πŸ™‚

    If you want I can always change it to something else – I’m pretty easy going like that hehe!!!

    Terry

  3. Thanks for the link Terry,

    Exactly what Google is up to with their algorithms is always a good question and subject to much speculation. They could be more transparent about it, that’s for sure. If they were, there would be a lot less ‘Googlenoia’.

  4. Your welcome Frank.

    You’re right – if they made it plain what they will or will not accept we’d all know where the line was. Then we could choose whether to cross it or not!

    Terry

  5. Hey, thanks for the plug! That’s right, we’re lettin’ er all hang out at The Redneck Bar & Grill. As far as I can figure, Google never once said that dofollow on non-paid links would harm your PR. Besides, Google OWNS PR, so they can do what they want with it. I like the idea of dofollow, and we’ll just see what happens.

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