update: I should have seen this a mile away, but the comments section of this post is NOT one of the good places to post your links. Please stop trying – they get nofollowed anyway.
Caution: This post is somewhat grey-hat SEO.
Linkbuilding in SEO has gotten harder and harder. It used to be that everybody had a links page and was more than happy to trade. Then directories came about, then social media.
Those days are over. Nobody has a links page anymore, directories are pretty useless, and most social media sites have gone to digg style bars or started using the rel=nofollow tag.
So where does a shady SEO practictioner go to get links to his site? Blogs and other content hosting sites!
Here’s a list of 21 places you can post your own content complete with links that do not receive a nofollow tag. Many of these places are content hosting sites, so you’d be best to write some unique content for each. A few are profile sites that let you list URLs.
Of course, after this post that may change, so your mileage my vary. Good luck:
* disclosure: I used to work for Identity.net. I’m not saying spam them, but if you have a site, by all means go create a profile there about yourself and list your site in it as a URL.
There you go. Create 21 unique blog posts are articles with links and start spamming away.