I tried this once with no luck, but my autoblogs have no PR, and I was asking $1 per link...plus they're all on subdomains. I even had a nibble at this price, so if you have PR, you could probably make some sales. I'm calling this the kamikaze spammer method. It could make a few bucks when you're in a bind. If your autoblogs are already making you bank, you probably don't wanna do this, but if you're like me and sitting on a bunch of "useless" autoblogs, then this could at least bring you some dough to invest elsewhere. Basically, you're going to sell backlinks on your autoblogs, but you're not going to put them in the sidebar or in posts... instead, you're going to comment spam your own blogs! :crazy: This way, you don't have to work the keyword awkwardly into a post (or write a post at all) , and your sidebar doesn't become as long as your arm. You can pretty much sell unlimited backlinks on your autoblogs this way, and to the casual observer, it will just look like your blog got hit by some spammers. Here's what you do: 1) Get autoblogs (you should already have this part done) 2) age your autoblogs. (once again, a lot of us have some well aged autoblogs) 3) sell permanent backlinks. I'd hit DP first. You can be upfront and say that they're blog comments, but since you own the blogs, you can guarantee that they will be approved and they will be permanent, plus the anchor text and comment can be as spammy as the buyer wants. Make sure that your comments are ******** (if not, make it so). Charge depending on PR, just like selling regular links (maybe a little cheaper). Also, mention what niches you have available- context is as important as PR to some people. That's basically it... You might want to track where you left the comments to show the buyer where their links are.