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Link Worx SEO (RSS) – 02/27/12 – Computers
SEM and SEO Tips from Link Works SEO

The New Laws of Leadership (RSS) – 02/01/12 – Business
I’ve lived many lives: serial entrepreneur, technology and CEO advisor, venture capitalist, engineer in the early days of Microsoft. Today I help CEOs in rapid growth and turnaround scenarios to achieve previously unheard of results through seeing into their blind spots, aligning their team and Board, changing challenging behaviors, increasing team accountability and execution. Some call me a Business Strategist, some call me an Executive Coach.

Saleschase Blog | Small Business Trends, Advice, Strategy (RSS) – 01/21/12 – Business
Business trends, ideas, advice, growth strategies and resource for small business owners and entrepreneurs. – for entrepreneurs (RSS) – 01/18/12 – Business is all about helping entrepreneurs succeed on the web. Regular blog posts feature information on internet marketing, domain names, business success, profiles, tips and tools, recommended books and other links.

The Internet Musician Podcast (RSS) – 01/18/12 – Entertainment
Hey, musicians! Are you struggling to promote your music on the internet? Do you have a band website, but no traffic? Indie artist and internet wiz Brian Hartzog shares DIY music promotion tips, resources, and tutorials in this music marketing podcast. Topics include everything from Internet promotion basics to advanced social networks to website traffic…from how to get more online followers to how to turn those followers into rabid fans. Are you interested in online music marketing? Want to sell more music online? Brian candidly shares personal stories of his music business successes and setbacks in his quest to sell more music online without touring. If you are a DIY musician or band member, subscribe to the Internet Musician podcast to join the conversation. This podcast is highly recommended for musicians, songwriters, and music business professionals.

Little by Listen (RSS) – 12/15/11 – Entertainment
This blog is the culmination of years and years of three high school friends wasting minutes, hours, and days listening to music, making long concert road trips, and having ridiculously trivial arguments about which is the best Rolling Stones record or who would you rather be, Jack White or Jim James. More recently, we had a Facebook message to share our thoughts and opinions on music, and eventually thought out loud, “our conversation might be entertaining for others to see”.

My Life At Arnold’s (RSS) – 08/22/11 – Recreation
Recipes from Ronda Androski, Owner and Head Chef of Cincinnati’s world famous Arnold’s Bar and Grill and her random musings on Cincinnati living, Cincinnati cooking, life, running a restaurant and pretty much everything else.

Dr. Dobbs Journal .Net Articles (RSS) – 07/26/11 – Computers
Articles for .NET Technologies, C#, Web Services, XML Technologies.


My favorites are in Bold…


61 RSS Feed Directories


Added October, 2008: FeedBees
Added April, 2009: RSS001

27 Paid or Reciprocal Link Directories


14 Blog Directories (That Don’t Pass Link Soda)

Benefits of Blog Directories

  1. Backlinks – The editorial nature of directories give them a degree of weight with search engines (although how much weight each directory pulls depends on many factors).
  2. Traffic – Directories typically don’t send much traffic, but you never know.
  3. Research – You can use blog directories to research other bloggers in your niche to network with or subscribe to or build your blog roll. Or you can find bloggers to “pitch” to if you don’t have a blog.

Benefits of RSS Marketing

  1. Be Found In RSS Search – Submitting to RSS search engines like Ice Rocket can get your content discovered by people looking specifically for blog or news content.
  2. Get Found In Portals – Many online users are unaware that they’re even accessing RSS content when they subscribe to news through MyYahoo, MyMSN and other news reader services. Adding your feed to these services expands the reach of your content.
  3. Be Syndicated – Webmasters who can pull snippets of your blog stories and post them on their high traffic news and niche content sites, linking back to your site for the full story. They can find you through RSS search or surf the available content from news reader services you’ve submitted to.

Tips for Submission

  1. Make sure to include your main keyword somewhere in your title – for example “Greenthumb Home and Garden Blog” or “Gardening Blog – Greenthumb.” Switching up your titles not only helps keep your backlink profile looking more natural, you also have a better chance for ranking for variations of “keyword + blog” rather than putting all your eggs in one basket.
  2. Use variations of site descriptions to keep things looking natural.
  3. If you’re paying for a submission, make sure the page you expect to appear on is indexed by Google. How can you tell? Copy the URL, head over to the search engine, type in site: and hit Search. If a clickable listing appears, you at least know the page exists in Google and has a chance of passing some link kool-aid. If it doesn’t, keep your money!
  4. Other directories will offer you a free link if you add a link to their site first. Yes, reciprocal links are very outdated, and even risky. However, if you download the Blog and RSS Directory List HTML Code and post it somewhere on your blog, you’ll satisfy that requirement in a way that makes sense to your readers too (hint). However, I would only recommend this technique for personal blogs and Internet / marketing blogs, not for a corporate or ecommerce site as a big page of blog directory links can look tacky. If you repost this list, we really appreciate that you link back to us using to code at the bottom of the list.
  5. Some directories won’t link to you with a link that search engines will credit you for, rather they’ll use a rel=nofollow tag, redirect or “jump.” It doesn’t hurt to submit anyway, especially if they rank well in search engines for “your keyword + blogs” and might send you relevant traffic. But if you’re pressed for time, you might want to pass. But don’t worry, I’ve separated those directories into their own list so you can be sure the 50 Free Blog Directories below give real links.

About nine months ago, I compiled a list of blog directories based on posts from Robin Good and Lee Odden, and posted it on my personal blog. The other day I went back to it to make sure all the links were working and discovered many had disappeared off the face of the ‘Net! So I went through with a fine-tooth comb and revamped my list, and I want to share it with the blogger and ecommerce community. If you want to repost this list on your own blog, you can download the HTML code here.




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