Some of you probably know about identi.ca. For those of you who don't know about it, its basically a clone of Twitter with a catch: All the links are Do-Follow. Best of all, it has PR7, and all the links are on the actual PR7 homepage, not hidden on some other page within the site! But what you probably don't know is that identi.ca is a sample site created by StatusNet in order to advertise their product. StatusNet is a MicroBlogging platform that anyone can use to create an entirely different MicroBlog, much the same way as WordPress is used to create a blogging site. But StatusNet is not primarily used to communicate on. It was created to post the "status" of a network or blog, hence the name. That means that there is a whole bunch of people that own sites that are nearly identical to identi.ca. And guess what else? There aren't any no-follow tags! There's entire network of Do-Follow MicroBlogs just waiting for your links. So if only we had a big list of these sites....... Problem solved. I counted 128 sites, not including the ones under "not working". I also did a who.is query on a lot of them, and I have yet to find two that were registered on the same date, by the same person, or who use the same IP for their servers. This means that Google will regard them all as completely different websites, and therefore you will get links from 100+ URLs. But, who wants to sit there and update 100 different sites every time they post to their blogs? I know I dont! So what do we do? We automate it: Sign up and add your blog's feed. Then, under available services, click "laconia". Start with Identi.ca, and then create more "laconia" services for every site in the "list of servers" above you plan on using. Just add your usernames, passwords, and the sites URL. You needn't worry about any of the other options. You can also use multiple RSS Feeds on one account, so it's easy to keep things organized. Now try it out! Create a new blog post. A Do-Follow link will automatically be posted on the homepage of 100+ sites, without you doing a thing! You don't even need a WordPress plugin to do it, and it can also be used with Blogger blogs or any other site that uses an RSS feed! The only pain-in-the-ass part: You have to sign up for accounts on all these sites. Unfortunately, I don't have a way around that. Remember, this isn't spamming. The purpose of all of these sites is to show the "status" of many different blogs.