Wassup Blogs You Beaut Huge Link Love Fest

I haven’t been spreading any link love of late so I thought that I should make up for it by doing an extra big one.

  • The first on the list goes to Meg Tsiamis who out of the kindness of her heart maintains the Top 100 Australian Blogs of which I am listed as #41, Darren Rowse, more commonly known as the ProBlogger sits on #1. Sorry that it took so long Meg, but you know what they say mate, better late than never. Meg also has co-founded the successful Aussie Bloggers site that has a very popular forum.
  • The next link goes to Nicolas Prudhon who is a wealth of information on anything Seo related. He can even show you how to pick Google’s brain to your best advantage. And all this time I thought Google to be a heartless conglomerate; I never even imagined it to have a brain.
  • Now what would a link love fest be without including the lovely Kristi of Kikolani fame who has diligently maintained her weekly Fetching Friday series which is really popular with the folks. Kristi is only recently married so head on over and offer your congratulations, and while there be amazed at her poetry, photos and many other blogging entries.
  • Now, I’d better not forget Mitch of I’m Just Sharing, who seems a little preoccupied with Google’s Health. I would not be the blogger I am today if Mitch was not constantly on my back picking up on spelling and grammatical errors. I’m sure he just reads the blog to see if he can catch me out on something.
  • Kim Woodbridge is the owner of another blog I like to frequent. She has just taken a big step in her life and decided to go freelance full time. She’s just posted a nice article called Freelancing During a Recession, and I must admit this sheila has balls for taking such a big step in such a difficult time. I mean that in the nicest way possible Kim.
  • The next blog belongs to another sheila who may have seen around the traps as ‘Gromap’ or ‘Internet Strategist’.  She’s just started a new series How to Create a Successful Blog Based Business Part 1, which I think many of you will find interesting.
  • ThouShallBlog sounds a lot like one of the Commandments, but in reality it is a blog that is visited by a whole heap of people and all because they are very interested in what Yan has to say. If you are not making any money blogging, perhaps it has something to do with the kind of traffic you are getting. Lest You Make This SEO Mistake Too can be a bit of an eyeopener.
  • One of the things that I love about blogging is that you meet people from all around the globe, and one of those talented bloggers I met is a Stratos from the lovely land of Greece. I’ve learned a lot from him and he has helped me more than once. There are two posts you may be interested in; The big one: TweetScribe.me, (and honestly I don’t know why more people have signed up fro this) and another great PR Checker plugin which can be really useful for those blog lists.
  • Of course there is always Sheryl Loch, who has a great gift of the gab, and an unique way with words, especially when leaving comments. I especially loved her It’s Not You, It’s Your Domain post, which is really a great plug for hosting your own blog. There is one thing that I wish Sheryl would do, and that is to get a ‘subscribe to comment’ plugin so that I can keep track of when someone replies to a witty comment I left.

Well that’s it for today. You may have noticed that I haven’t included any Pro Blogger type blogs, because frankly, apart from not needing any extra juice, I find that many of them just aren’t up to scratch. That and the fact that a lot of the comments left on those blogs are by people who are just trying to suck up to the bloggers, telling them what a great post it was and other dribble that I would normally delete.


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  1. Thanks for the link love Sire! Very much appreciated.

    Nicolas Prudhon´s Last blog post..SEO Fairy Tale For Kids And Grown Up

  2. A nice way to show appreciation to other bloggers. This is indeed a very much appreciated post of yours.

    You are really a great person and really helpful to those in need.

    Cheers Mate!

    Ron´s Last blog post..Cavite Sulitizens Group

    1. Thanks Ron, I’ve always thought it nice to share with others, especially if there is something that others may find of value.

  3. Thanks for including me in your link love with the glowing review… I feel honored! :) And thanks for visiting the wedding website too. I was working on that all weekend long!

    ~ Kristi

    Kikolani´s Last blog post..Wedding Photos and More at SoulmatesWedding.com

    1. You did a great job on that site too Kristi and I will visit it again first chance I get.

  4. Nice link love you have here Sire, more reading for me :) and glad to see new posts here!

    Salwa´s Last blog post..Traffic Monday: How to Choose the Right Article Title for Your Article Topic

    1. Thanks Salwa. I noticed you moved the code to Cool Blog Links, and you had almost made it to the top of the ladder too.

  5. Thanks for the mention, Sire. Yan has a lot less to say nowadays. He is taking up the challenge of creating 100 hubs in 30 days, apart from other priorities.

    Thanks G I’m not a problogger ;) LOL

    Yan

    1. Hi Yan, 100 hubs in 30 days is really amazing. I read your post about it and even commented on it. I support you on your challenge.

      Also, how can you say that you are not a pro blogger? Your blog really rocks and I always encounter your name as well as your blog post wherever I go. :)

      Cheers!

      Ron´s Last blog post..Cavite Sulitizens Group

      1. Thanks, Ron for your support and kind words. Appreciate it. And yes, if I were a Pro, my name wouldn’t make it into Sire’s list…. LOL.

        Yan

        1. Oh I see now. Maybe, you are just responsive and always in touch with your readers even though you are to busy with some professional blogging activities. That is the reason, I think, why Sire included you in this nice post.

          Some pro-bloggers seems to busy to respond to some of their audience/viewers questions or queries about their blogs.

          PS:I think my comments at TSB blog of your vanish/caught again by your spam filters :(

          Cheers!

          Ron´s Last blog post..Cavite Sulitizens Group

          1. Yep, that’s definitely one of the reason I included Yan, and hopefully when he does achieve pro-blogger status, he will be humble enough to remember his roots.

    2. No worries Yan, I’m sure that we will hear all about it once the 30 days are up.

      1. Sire,

        Can you enlighten me on the meaning of “Beaut”? Is it some kind of aussie slang or something? ;)

        Yan

        1. It means something is exceptional Yan, just like your blog :smile2_ee:

    1. No worries Kim. I was a little worried and almost changed the wording a couple of times. I’m glad you took it the right way.


  6. Twitter:
    Thanks for the mention, Sire, but I don’t go out of my way to find errors; they just pop up out of nowhere! lol Seriously, though, I enjoy stopping by and reading what you have to say, and I’m obviously the best overall visitor you have, not only because I’m at the top of your commentator list, but because I’ve visited all of your blogs, even the ones you don’t often write on.

    So there! :tongue2_tb: :tongue_wink_ee:

    Mitch´s Last blog post..Creative Content Marketing

    1. That you are my friend, and I really appreciate it too. Sorry I’ve been a little lax in that department, but hopefully, time willing, I can make up for it.

  7. That is about the most comprehensive link love that I’ve ever seen. In Australia, you do everything big, don’t you! You’ll have me reading for days, thanks…

    1. Hey, don’t quote me on this TAM, but I’m sure you must be thinking of Texas. :wink_ee:

  8. Hey Sam, you must be a fellow Aussie then mate. Yeah, I was pretty stoked to be included on that list, especially as the blog is still relatively new. Thanks for dropping in.

  9. Hey Sire – thanks for the shout mate. Nice to see you on the list.

    See how busy I am it takes me like a week to notice a link! But as you say, better late than never ;)

    Much appreciated :)

    Meg´s Last blog post..Easter Update to Top 100 Blogs Index

    1. No worries Meg, I know all about being busy, and anyway, I reckon I’m the one that should be thanking you, so thanks mate. :smile_wp:

    1. What, your having a party? Man I hope the beer is cold.


    2. Twitter:
      To which I’m grateful, Nihar! :thumbup_tb:

  10. Hello Sire,

    I’m trying to remember what I’m supposed to use as my name here so if that isn’t it feel free to change it or edit this comment. I just wanted to thank you for the mention and the link. I checked Twitter but you weren’t online right now.

    HughesNet is making me crazy with intermittent Internet access that is more off than on. Sure is difficult to get any writing or work done when all you have are circling wait symbols!

    I’m off to share this post at Twitter, FriendFeed and cliKball and if my connection stays long enough to add a link from my post about intelligent bloggers to read.

    Internet Strategist´s Last blog post..Intelligent Bloggers to Consider Reading

    1. Internet Strategist is fine, now that I know who you are. I hope your problem resolves itself and I thank you for any mention you may happen to make about my blog.

  11. I liked the post ‘Freelancing During a Recession’. I am yet to decide on whether to go for full time freelancing. The post is encouraging and thanks for referring it. – Mike
    .-= Mike´s last blog ..Science and it’s quirks =-.

    1. No worries Mike. Kim has a lot of good posts so it was difficult to decide which one I liked best. That one won out.

  12. Nicolas Prudhon’s ‘Google wonder wheel’ is very informative. ThouShallBlog’s post, ‘Lest You Make This SEO Mistake Too’ also contains valuable information on SEO. Thanks. – Simon
    .-= Simon´s last blog ..Looking at the stars =-.

    1. I’m glad you found them to be informative Simon, and thanks for taking the time to comment.

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