One of my sites took a small penguin hit (roughly -10 all around), and I'm working to fix what is the main problem - too much keyword-specific anchor text. I don't have access to remove most (any?) of the links pointing at my site, so it looks like I'm going to be building more links to diversify this profile. My question is, which types of links should I be looking at now? Obviously things like scrapebox aren't what they used to be, and I don't want to just blast 50k comments at my money site. I know it's not going to be fast or cheap, but I'm not looking to spend 1000 hours or $5000 to get this fixed, either. We're talking thousands of links here. So what kinds of links should I be looking for? I've always liked social bookmarks, contextual blog post links, etc., but I'm not sure if one can even find blogs that you can post to easily that aren't part of a network anymore. Article directories always just seemed like spam factories to me, but apparently they've still got at least some power. I'm already doing press releases, which I've found to be pretty helpful. I know this is about as open-ended as a question gets, and sounds pretty darn noob-ish, but I've been working other angles since before Penguin really hit, and haven't kept up like I should. Before you say "do your research", trust me, I have - I spend 3+ hours/day reading here and other sites. I know exactly what kind of anchor text I need to use, I just can't decide where to create those links.