Hey, all you bloggers enjoying fellowship under the WIFI cloud at Greenbelt’s Think Tank. I just want you to know that I will not be hanging with you this year since i am speaking on missions instead of new media but please know that I link you very much.
I LINK you all.
I really LINK you, man!
No . . you don’t understand . . . I REALLY LINK YOU, MAN!
Bloggers, let us link one another and let the linkage abound among us. By this, will people know. Let us link our enemies, and those who never link us back. Link on.
See you next year.
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I link you more. 🙂
when I teach people about blogging I really stress linking..even though sometimes I am not very good about it. It really seems to be one of the key things that separates blogging from online journaling.
You are the king of linking. . . but tell me this. . how do you decide who gets in a blogroll?
my blog rolls are old and out of date. i should really rethink and create some new ones.
the “top referrer” roll on this page is taken from referrer links but its not dynamic
actually, this whole blog needs rehauling and blog rolls are just one of the issues.
They shall know we are bloggers by our links for one another.
I see Peterson Tuscano is on the Do Not Miss list.
Bloggers, let us link one another!
I’ll show you my link if you’ll show me yours. 🙂
A nudge is as good as a link.
Nice to meet you at Greenbelt the other day – it is I, Mike the mooter.
i’m loving the deconstruction header, andrew.
Yes, linking and blogrolls are quite beneficial in raising good quality blogs up through the search engines and in the blogging world. I need to set up a blogroll dedicated page.