Like for Like is Useless, Link for Link is Priceless


Like for Like is Useless, Link for Link is Priceless

In Google's eyes at least, follow for follow and like for like carry almost no weight. However, every site that links back to your page lends your site more weight, thats SEO. Blogrolls that link back to your page and vice versa, are what the Google bots pay attention to. Each blog that links to yours becomes part of a web that will push you up in page ranking on Google and increase your traffic.

So, let's do it! If you think my website (a show of video interviews with Authors) is cool then link it up on your blogroll or link page and shoot me an email at with the link (showing that it's there) and I'll do the same on my new "Other Blogs" page, and send you a link.

We're creating a spiderweb of links, which will make our sites more discoverable. 

Thanks everyone! Email me with any other questions.

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Comment by Paul J Fleming on July 10, 2014 at 5:37pm

Hi folks, please drop by my Amazon Author page and click the like button. - If you message me with a link to your own page, I can like in return :-). Thanks.

Secondly I have made the first chapters of my two published titles available for free on my site Love to hear your feedback.

Paul (@TemporalOrbit)

Comment by aparajita basu on March 29, 2014 at 11:56am


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Comment by Joy Hancock on October 21, 2013 at 11:15am

I have a FB page that I would love to get some more likes on! 

FB Link

Blog Link

Also I have a blog list to blogs I follow on my blog. If you follow my blog and want me to follow back just let me know and I will! Then when you post on your blog it will show up in my blog roll!

Comment by Adrian W. Lilly on June 26, 2013 at 11:13am

Any fellow horror/mystery/suspense writers that want to offer blogroll links to each other from your personal websites? Let me know!



Comment by Luke Abaffy on May 31, 2013 at 10:09am


Adam, Nicole, 

You're both linked up here:


Comment by Nicole Hewitt on May 30, 2013 at 9:55pm

Okay, I have a button with html on my sidebar now (hopefully it's all working correctly).  Anyone who grabs it, let me know and I'll add yours to my Blog Roll as well!

Comment by Nicole Hewitt on May 30, 2013 at 3:59pm

I added a link to Author Feast on my sidebar.  I'd love it if you could link up to my site too!

 I have a button made, but I don't know how to put it up on my site with the HTML box so that people can use it.  I'm working on that and as soon as I have it figured out, I'll post it here.

Comment by Christine Corretti, Ph.D. on May 23, 2013 at 5:24pm

Would anyone like to add my link to your blog?  It's art, fairy tale, children's lit review oriented. I'm now working on a set of drawings that are Narnia inspired.

Here's the url

I think a match in subject matter would be great otherwise we won't help each other rise in Google.

Comment by Adam Santo on May 23, 2013 at 5:14pm

Luke, I've already added your link on my main page.

Comment by Luke Abaffy on May 23, 2013 at 5:10pm

HI Adam, Anupam, Lis, 

I'd love to trade links to all your sites. Mine is

I'll link yours up soon if you'd like me to.



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