Free Link Love

Free Link Love

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  1. I’m suprised to see no one else has jumped at this opportunity yet – but here is mine: – (

    I’m about to graduate from University after 3 years studying journalism and hoping to get into writing about the arts. I have worked freelance during the course and have quite a lot of experience. Hoping the blog will help me to get my name out and gain a regular readership.

    Hope this is interesting enough, or at least I get a link by being first…

  2. Hey Brian,

    I’m not going to include a link to one of my own, but think you may be interested in linking to a little noticed but good blogger Jesse Skinner. He visits me often and contributes to the content of my site.

    No, I haven’t actually given him the virus per-se, but link to him often.


  3. I’m just getting into this blogging, writing stuff and trying to build a little side business from it all. You’re a tremendous resource and I’m happy that I found you.

    My blog is and it’s called the Internet Marketing Dude. I’m working on additional, original content for the site. It’s sparse at the moment but I do hope to improve that. Reading the writing of people like you will, hopefully, help me accomplish that goal.

    Oh, and so you know, you are definitely already on my Blogroll!

  4. Thanks for the link love Brian. I am quite honored to be on your inaugural list.
    Your blog is a continual Fiesta 🙂

  5. Thank you for your offer. I have practiced personal injury law in Dallas for 35 years. I have a blog targeted at other lawyers who help the injured.

    The description of the blog is: Learn why…Bob Kraft’s P.I.S.S.D. (Personal Injury, Social Security Disability) About the ways injured and disabled persons are mistreated by governments and insurance companies.

  6. Here is an interesting link, because it is about linking and helping the environment:

    I am not an eco-geek, in fact my blog is about the stock market. I thought it would be an interesting link experiment to see if I could get other bloggers to link back to my blog if I “neutralize” one ton of carbon emissions for every link. For every link, I offset one ton of carbon over at

  7. Hi Brian,

    The blog I’d like to submit is TypePad Hacks, a quickly growing community of TypePad users working together to influence the design of the TypePad blog platform and to find new ways to extend the capabilities of TypePad blogs. The best post to start with is this one:

    Thanks for all the great posts so far!

    Copyblogger continues to be one of the most useful writing resources I’ve seen. Ever. So I’d be way, way happy to have an inbound link from your blog… I know I’ll be returning the favor again and again in the future (just ’cause, you know, there’s stuff here I think a lot of people should see).

    I figure now is a good time to heap on praise since the link is a done deal anyway… I’m not trying to curry favor so much as give you the props you deserve.

  8. I just noticed something new
    “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”
    Did you recently introduce it, or was it here a long time and I just missed it?

  9. I asked you a question on Owen Wilson’s pursed lips – and would still like a reply. Do you think that PR, good or bad, increases readership on blogs as it is said to do in print media?

    I write about Women, Art and Life: Weaving it all together at:
    I am a sculptor and find, in writing, that I can’t break out the business of art from living my life or from my feminist soul (no rants over there, but deeply influenced by the divine feminine).

    It’s really interesting to see the diverse group of folks who come here!

  10. Glad you’ve picked up on free link lovin’. I think the principle of generous blogging is very important. It just makes good sense to reach out once in a while to others and pat them on the back for what they do well and hten encourage them a bit to do even better. And to link to them shows your readers that you care about their offerings. I hope we can make this a bigger movement than it has already become.

  11. Hi Brian,
    I find your blog very helpful!
    Here is mine It’s a trilingual blog about the trendiest shops, restaurants, hotels & places of Palermo Viejo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I hope it helps travellers planning their trip to BA to find information about this amazing city.

  12. hey, since it’s free, and since all the kool kids read your blog (well, they should anyways, it rocks), i’m going to take you up on your offer, brian.

    my weblog sits at and i actually just wrote a post on copywriting recently, but if you have any readers in toronto, or canada, or any big city in general, i do think my musings on making toronto ‘work’ are actually decent, so i’d suggest linking to .

    thanks brian, and hey, keep up the great posts!

  13. Hi. I found your blog thanks to ProBlogger. I´ve been reading it for a couple of weeks, and I find it very useful.
    I have a blog aimed at people who want to visit Argentina. You can find articles about the places to visit, news, and events.

    Thanks, John

  14. Brian, I will take you up on the offer if its still there. I am a PhD student in Theology and write about religion as a “progressive Christian” and a Quaker.

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