Hey Guys, I found something very helpful so I am going to share that here on BHW. Now a days people launch their websites and start asking "how to get number 1 position on google". So Guys, Spend your time wisely, be patient and acquire some worthy links to your websites, you will see results much faster than spamming out poor links. Not to mention you will sleep easier knowing there is no chance of you getting de-indexed by Google for questionable practices (*cough* buying links). Below is a list of websites I use personally, organised into different categories, straight out of my black book! I can't stress this enough, use the list responsibly, contribute good content, and you WILL see results. Hub pages Hub pages have been around for a long time, but some webmasters still don't really know what they are. It's simple, you register as a user, start posting articles, tutorials, reviews, anything you think people might want to read, and in return you can create a link in the content you publish. Below are websites to get you started, there are many more for you to discover. Squidoo - http://www.squidoo.com/ You Say Too - http://www.yousaytoo.com/ Tumblr - http://www.tumblr.com/ Article submission The next level up from hub pages, while hubs are more social based, articlessyndication is for the more serious content you wish to publish. Spend a little time and write some good compelling copy, article sites tend to have good authority and are great for high quality links. Articlebase - http://www.articlesbase.com/ Ezine Articles - http://ezinearticles.com/ Go Articles - http://goarticles.com/ Online PR Using press releases as a link building method a little harder. Ideally you need a newsworthy event for this to work well, but when you do make sure you take full advantage of it. Below are some PR submission websites you can use to get your PR out there. For best results, put some time in and do your research, contact relevant journalists personally. PR Release - http://www.pr.com/press-releases PR Web - http://www.prweb.com/ PR Leap - http://www.prleap.com/ Wiki Pages We all know Wikipedia, but not all of us have a brand that is "Wikipedia worthy". Below are some wiki pages I have used in the past. Again, make sure the content you put up on your wiki is well written and worth reading. Wikis are like the new encyclopedia, so make sure the information you provide is useful. Wikihow - http://www.wikihow.com/ Wikidot - http://www.wikidot.com/ Picowiki - http://www.picowiki.com/ Directories Many people think directories are outdated and hold little value, well they are partly right, there are many automated, low quality spamming directories out there, but there are also essential directories you need to be listed in. Below are some highly ranked and authoritative directories that I have used in the past. Some of them may not be easy to get listed in, but they wouldn't be good if it were easy. AbiLogic - http://www.abilogic.com/ AllyDirectory - http://www.allydirectory.com/ Aviva Directory - http://www.avivadirectory.com/ Awesome Library - http://www.awesomelibrary.org/ Ezilon - http://ezilon.com/ HotVsNot.com - http://hotvsnot.com/ The Environmental directory - http://www.webdirectory.com/ WEBTOOL Directory - http://iwebtool.com/directory/ Social Bookmarking Social bookmarking is a great way to get your site noticed, tag your site on the resources below and get your friends to tag your submissions as well. This will help your website with a lot of social exposure, if you get to the front page of social bookmarking sites you will automatically attract links and visitors. Amplify - http://amplify.com/ Clipmarks - http://clipmarks.com/ Jaiku - http://www.jaiku.com/ MyLinkVault - http://www.mylinkvault.com/ OYAX - http://www.oyax.com/ Rollyo - http://rollyo.com/ Startaid - http://www.startaid.com/ Xmarks - http://www.xmarks.com/ That's it for now, I hope this list has helped you to get started, you can expand on each category yourself depending how relevant it is to your own site. Remember... quality over quantity!