Speedlinking – 6 May 2007

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  1. Neena says:

    Thanks for the links. I find that your speedlinking posts contain lots of good info!

  2. Ryan’s post on hiring other writers to create blog content was extremely useful. If I may point out, there are also other pretty good sites out there that offer high-quality web content services.

  3. Hey thanks for the link here too Darren. I need a t-shirt that says “I’ve been speedlinked by Darren Rowse” now. ;)

  4. Ali says:

    Darren check out my blog, I’m sure you’ll find some good articles to speedlink to. :-)

    The ones you mentioned were a good read as well.

  5. Grace says:

    Those are great links. I had some of the topics blogged on my blog.

  6. alamster says:

    Good link
    Auction Ads blog also has link to some usefull link for drupal, wordpress and vbulletin integration.

  7. Yeah! This does help. Carbon copy of Matt’s ‘Round-Up’.

    But, for all those who’ve read Darren Rowse’s post Five Free Tickets to Future of Online Advertising – First Five Win!, and couldn’t make it through; here’s something to be happy about:

    Ryan, CEO of Carson Systems, on the organising front, has exclusively offered a discount code. Check it out at,

    ‘FOOA discount code is in this blog post’ –

  8. Adi says:

    I never used them as I heard stories from friends and I do not know weather to implement them again or not. Maybe I should!

  9. Happymoney says:

    Nice links you got there. I liked that blog-logo design link, because I haven’t even a thought that I should have a somekind of logo. Well maybe it isn’t necessary, but it would be cool.