Weekend Open Track-Back

This is my weekend open track-back post for November 9th-11th.

Blatantly stolen from Linkfest Haven Deluxe:

When you set up a linkfest on your blog, its a lot of hard work, no doubt about it. However, there are several benefits.
Benefits to Hosts:
1) Visitors to your Blog
2) Links from those linking in
3) Readership for Your Spiels
This last deserves some comment. Over at
Third World County, David makes a short commentary before getting to the post. I do this on occasion. I’ve done presidential campaign polls, I’ve had links to my book. You’ve got people at your website, so take advantage of it if you’re a host.
It’s also time consuming for posters to link to Linkfests, but they also get benefits out of this.
1) Exposure
2) Links to their work
3) Hits
The best benefit is that some people take a look at a linkfest, look around a little bit, like what they see and before you know it, you’ve got a regular reader on your hands. This happens to both hosts and guests. I credit linkfests with helping me increase the number of hits and comments I get on my blog.
If you’re new to blogging, linkfests are definitely for you. They’re a way for good bloggers to get ahead and promote their work. In addition, linkfests CAN increase your Technorati and Truth Laid Bear Ecosystem rankings. However, that’s not the primary benefit. The benefit is being read and becoming part of the blogging community.

 

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Trackposted to Stop the ACLU, Blog @ MoreWhat.com, Perri Nelson’s Website, 123beta, Adam’s Blog, Stix Blog, Right Truth, The Populist, Grizzly Groundswell, Leaning Straight Up, The Bullwinkle Blog, Cao’s Blog, Big Dog’s Weblog, Adeline and Hazel, Diary of the Mad Pigeon, third world county, The Uncooperative Radio Show!, The Crazy Rants of Samantha Burns, Pirate’s Cove, Blue Star Chronicles, The Pink Flamingo, CommonSenseAmerica, Gone Hollywood, The Yankee Sailor, and Church and State, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.

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