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200605100838Which 3 Blogs or Websites would you most love a link from?

Why?

I’d be interested to see a list of lusted after links to see what blogs are mentioned repeatedly.

Share you top 3 in comments or write a post about it and leave a link to the post below.

Update: A couple of ways that you might like to acknowledge the blogs that you’re lusting after links from are Link Leaks and Blog Tipping.

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Comments

  1. Darren Rowse says:

    CCP – I’ve been pondering this for a day or two now.

    One of the most effective link ups that I’ve had over the last year has been from lifehacker.com. It doesn’t send the most traffic (slashdot and digg can send much more) but I’ve found the flowon impact of lifehacker traffic is quite significant as it seems to be a site that many other bloggers use. As a result you can end up with many secondary links from bloggers who find you from the first one (its quite viral like). Digg and Slashdot have the same impact (ie there is usually a second wave of links) but I’ve found the lifehacker ones can be more focussed and quite often the traffic is less cynical and more positive in the interaction that they have with your content (where as slashdot and digg can be pretty harsh).

  2. quaisi says:
  3. For my tech blog I’ve got links from sites like kottke.org, digg.com, Slashdot, NY Times, Guardian, Engadget, Fark etc. and the one which really stands out if we just talk traffic is Slashdot.

    I’m actually writing a short comparison between the traffic distribution from Slashdot / Digg and Fark.com/tech since I was listed on all of those frontpages at the same time – coming up at fosfor.se during the weekend.

  4. Benedikt says:

    1) ProBlogger
    2) Lifehacker
    3) Signal vs. Noise

  5. grant says:

    I’m not looking for links right now. I’m still struggling to build some content and determine a closer focus for my blog.

    My first goal is to get my site to knock some country line dancing guy off the top spot of a google search for my name. Yeah, I know that it’s completely petty and worthless.

    Just so I’m not completely off-topic:
    1) any link that knocks my server on it’s heels and/or sucks up all my bandwidth for the month. E.g., slashdot.
    2) Paul Graham
    3) Joel Splosky

  6. I’ve had good traffic when I’ve been linked from:

    * Lifehacker
    * Digg Frontpage
    * del.icio.us Popular
    * Zeldman

    It’d be nice to get links from other big sites, or sites belonging to people who’s work I really like. A link from ProBlogger.net would sure be nice. ;-)

  7. I have two blogs to consider:
    Marketing Gorilla and CigarBlog101.

    For Marketing Gorilla, the list is:
    1. Problogger
    2. Micro Persuasion
    3. Seth Godin

    For CigarBlog101:
    1. Cigar Afficianado
    2. Maxim
    3. Playboy

    Darren, Can you arrange these for me???

  8. My blog is Back in Skinny Jeans, and I am grateful for all links I receive. But, an absolute blissful link would be from:
    1. Oprah.com
    2. iVillage.com

    When that happens, I’ll be doing the happy dance big time ;-)

  9. Danielle says:

    1. PerezHilton.com
    2. Pinkisthenewblog.com
    3. Dooce.com

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