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Friday, December 02, 2005

Got an exclusive public domain etext online?

Here's an interesting tip to get a GREAT link from an authority site instantly: Go to Wikipedia and search for 1) the author and 2) the subject of your etext. Get a Wikipedia account and add your online book link to both (if they exist) under "External Links" Generally, this link will give you a lift in the SERPS for the keyword and author name the next time Google does it's dance. I did this with a brand new etext recently and seem to have bumped my site right out of the Google sandbox with the Wikipedia incoming link.
Public Domain Research Software
Posted by Public Domain Explorer at 4:37 AM
Categories: Topic Research