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Re: Heres an idea!
From Robert McCulloch at rpm solutions on 10 Jan '06
replying to Re: Heres an idea!!! posted by Robert McCulloch

>>>Heres an idea. What if everyone on this board started 'private' FFA >pages available only to people that frequent here. This would >eliminate the spam factor of regular FFAs. And the links wouldn't >need to rotate because there would be a finite amount on them.
>>
>>Here is a site that I just ran accross that makes a lot of sense.
>>
>>www.LinksToYou.com - Generate Links Pointing To Your Web Site free!
>>Improve Your Site Traffic, Link Popularity & Search Engine Rankings!
>>
>>robert mcculloch
>>rpm.ods.org
>
>Links to you never really worked out on my site. I use frames and
>tried to set up the link back to them and it never seemed to
>work.
>
>changed it several times over a few week period, but it never
>worked. I think it was my mistake.
>
>The message I replied to to begin with was a good idea. But there
>is no need to start a ffa page really. After all if you are just
>looking for links to your site, post a message or reply to one if
>you have something useful to add. Then just mention your website
>at the bottom below where you sign your name.
>
>As long as your not making a sales pitch, like we don't get
>enough of them on the Internet as it is!!! Then this page itself
>will do the work of an ffa site without all the silly ffa stuf we
>have all come to love to not like.
>
>See the end of this message if you want to know what I mean. I'll
>add the url to some of the sites I work with and it should ge
>spidered just like the rest of a normal site. (That is if the
>webmaster of this fine website, to which I will link to from my
>sites as soon as I leave, will let you post a message with your
>url in it.)
>
>No spam, no ffa to deal with, everyone is happy and the world is
>that much of a better place. Or at least the Internet is that
>much less of a big ad for everyone who wants to get rich without
>doing anything worthwile.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>Robert mcCulloch
>
>robert_mcc001@hotmail.com
>
>http://www.rpmsol.com/
>http://netcollectionagency.com/
>http://netcollectionagency.com/
>http://collection-agency-update.ods.org/
>http://collection-network.ods.org/
>http://collection-agency-resource.dyn.nu/
>http://collection-agency.bsd.st/
>http://rss.dyn.nu/
>http://rpm.ods.org
>http://website-promotion.ods.org/
>http://keywords.ods.org/
>http://collection-agency.ods.org
>http://network.collectionagencyonline.com/
>http://debt.collection-agency.be/
>http://bad-debt-collection-agency.ods.org/
>http://collection-agency..ods.org/
>http://debt-collection-agency.ods.org/

How time flys! The whole world has changed in these last few
years. My father passed away. (we were best friends) My brother
stole everything my father and I owned. Over a million bucks, the
brand new Lincoln Town Car my dad gave me the last week of his
life and everything else I owned but the clothes on my back. I
was homeless for a year until I got my brother into a court room.
Got back just enough money to get back on my feet. Made all new
friends and missplaced all the old ones. Fall in love this week,
or it looks like that will be the case by months end. (she is
really great!) And here I sit again tonight. When I started this
message to nobody, linkspam was still an idea. Wow, link spam
today! But I'm still at it. (notice several of the urls have
changed...) Where the heck will I be in another 3 or 4 years? Now
that is a good question. I just hope I am luck enough to make it
back here again when the time comes. What a strange trip it was,
is and will be again, I'm sure. If you want to read the story of
my brother going nuts, check tripod. I put up a page with the top
10,000 keywords to tell the world about my brother killing our
father. Pure 101% search engime spamming. I even removed the
banners with a script. But tripod found the page and put the
banners back on it. They left the 10,000 keywords on the page
though and did not remove it from the search engines. Someone
must have read the story and thought it was worth keeping the way
it was. I am very greatful to them for that.
http://mike_mcculloch0.tripod.com/ (page loads a bit slow with
10,000 keywords!) OK. That's it for now. I'm off around the track
one more time...

I hope everything is ok in your life.

Sincerely,

robert mcculloch




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