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May 30, 2004

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Roland Tanglao

"As Cesar Brea showed me recently, you can even go to Technorati, put your url in the search field and see who is linking to you. "

Better yet, with PubSub you can setup an RSS feed that is updated everytime somebody links to ANY page on your site, not just ONE page on your site like Technorati. This is done using the "URI" feature. More info on how to do this can be found at:
http://www.streamlinewebco.com/blog/_archives/2004/4/21/37574.html

I love both Technorati and PubSub and use both but if you want to see who's linking to your site in the blog world, PubSub is a lot more efficient than manually surfing using Technorati.

Hope that helps!
...Roland

Bill Ives

Roland thanks for your comment and I will follow up on it. I also went to you web log and it looks very interesting. I added it to my Newsgator feeds and look forward to reading more.

Roland Tanglao

Hi Bill

Glad that I helped!

If you have any questions or comments about PubSub, Feedster, Technorati, or RSS, blogs, wikis or social software, please don't hesitate to leave a comment, email roland AT streamlinewebco.com or call me at 604 729 7924. I am in Vancouver, Canada and would love to meet you if you are ever in Vancouver or the Pacific Northwest.

Roland Tanglao

oh and don't forget my other blogs:

www.UrbanVancouver (our Vancouver 'life blog')
www.VanEats.com (Vancouver food blog: 200 recipes, restaurant reviews, etc.)
www.rolandtanglao.com - techie blog focused on social software (blogs, wikis, RSS, etc.)

Tom Holzel

I have found the best way to get high Google ranking is to create intelligent website content. Using this unheard of technique, I got 8 out of 13 articles into the Google Top Ten rankings (See: http://www.velocityassociates.net/pages/Rankings.php

SEO is fine to get people to your site, but it takes Human Intlligence Optimizations to make them stay.

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