Too busy for me

Last week I decided to ask a dozen SF bloggers to add my blog to their blog rolls. I picked some big, popular blogs, all of them Google Page Rank of 5 or better. Getting links from high ranked websites is a way to improve traffic and raise your own website’s value.

All of the websites had a large list of blogs on their front page. Some of their blog roll links were famous, and some of them obscure. My websites fit in well with the others as I often discuss SF subjects.

Not one – NOT ONE – responded to my polite request.

When the revolution comes, they’ll pay! I’ll get my comeuppance. We’ll see who laughs last.

(My dingy cubicle resounds with fiendish laughter.).

3 Comments

  1. hagelrat wrote:

    well i may not be big an important but you are in my google feed and the latest posts on that show on the main review page of Un:Bound. Feel the love. ;)

    Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 3:09 pm | Permalink
  2. Keith wrote:

    Thank you – I added un:bound to the blog roll here.

    Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 4:03 pm | Permalink
  3. hello keith,
    sorry to write you here as i could not find a place to contact you elsewhere. i have been checking out your site and if i may ask a question regarding the identity of an old combo amp.
    i would like ask if you would help identify an combo amp box that i found recently. i can send pictures.
    thank you,
    michael lindner

    Friday, February 26, 2010 at 12:44 pm | Permalink

 

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