So people on different boards are freaking out all the time because they do the work of putting these links up, but then they don't end up getting found and thus they have no positive impact on site ranking. Right now there are two methods going around to index these. Method #1 (Not My Way) - Create an RSS Feed and pump it out to RSS Aggregators. This gets your feed out there pointing links back to your profile links. As the feeds are distributed out across a lot of aggregator sites, there are multiple chances for spiders to stumble across your feed and then onto your profile page to find your link. The negative aspects of this is that I don't think most RSS feeds have like, 100 entries on them, and I'll do a marathon of 100-300 profile links in a given weekend. Method #2 (My Way) - Get Bookmarking Demon and bookmark the snot out of your profile pages. This also gets your link out there in multiple places in order to increase (almost guarantee) that your links are found. Especially if you ping your bookmarking profiles. You also don't have the limit to the number of links that can be found as with an RSS feed I'm thinking. But Is There A Better Way? What if we could create a Mashup Of the TWO? Then you could get the best of both worlds, right? Here's the idea...go to your Bookmarking Profiles that you setup with BMD. Most have an RSS Feed of your bookmarks built in, right? Grab all those RSS Feeds from your various accounts on ONE site (all your links are spread across multiple accounts after all) and then mashup the RSS Feeds with yahoo pipes or something...then take THAT RSS feed and pump it out to the Aggregators. Now you've like...doubled up the paths pointing back to your profile. Do this for every site...create an RSS Feed Mashup of all your Bookmarking Profiles and do it again and again for all the sites. You never have to create a new RSS Feed again either. As you can see, I'm very taken with this idea. It's about 6 hrs of work though and I don't want to do it if there is a side to this that I'm not seeing which will render the concept null and void. Can anyone point out some flaws in this plan?