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How Do You Get Folks to Link to Your Website?

I know John K urges us to do just that to get search engine optimization for our sites. Sharing any ideas that have worked for you would be appreciated.

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Comment by BiblioScribe on December 9, 2007 at 10:03am
Once you log into your profile, you will see, on your control panel page "Have a suggestion for the site? Feel free to tell us about it.". Click on the link and you will get a contact form.

You can send a jpg of your book cover to

James Ward
Comment by Eliz Joyner on December 9, 2007 at 9:01am
Also- How do I send you a message directly to you on your site?
Comment by Eliz Joyner on December 9, 2007 at 9:00am
Hi Biblio--
Your site is very helpful! Thankyou for adding my book to your site. I have a cover that can be uploaded. How do I do that on your site? Thanks.
Comment by Eliz Joyner on December 7, 2007 at 4:20pm
Thanks. I appreciate your insights.
Comment by BiblioScribe on December 6, 2007 at 11:44am
Hi Eliz - What John is doing is reminding folks that lots of links into your website help increase the Google Page Rank (or popularity rank) of your site. Your entries on multiple blogs is one way. Also, your personal profile on provides a link back to your page as well as do all the articles and press releases you sibmit to BiblioSCribe as well as other (hopefully free) article posting venues. Another way I have found to get the website name out in public can be found with these articles found at Poor Richard Web Almanack:

A more geeky look at optimizing your web can be found at

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