• http://karenhaus328.wordpress.com Ji Yoon Han

    I think these are very effective & creative ways that we can search what we want. I am also obsessed with Google, but I guess this new way of searching will be helpful to save lots of time and energy. (Searching needs lots of energy, always) So, thank you for the great article!

    I am studying Social Media Theory & Practice with @dr4ward at @NewhouseSU, and subscribe to your blog fro the class. #NewhouseSM6

  • http://www.polepositionmarketing.com Annalisa M. Hilliard

    Great post, Erin. There are some helpful resources here. I’ve yet to do searches on LinkedIn, so I appreciate you mentioning that. H.A.R.O., is also new. I clicked over there to check it out and plan to spend some time utilizing it.

    Here are two tools I’ve been using lately and really like:

    Twellowhood, which lets you find people in your area that are on Twitter. This can be helpful for local businesses trying to build clout and recognition locally. I’ve used it to connect to local news sources and build relationships with them in order to send press releases when my client has something noteworthy.

    I’ve also used SoloSEO to help with queries for search engines. You can type in a keyword and get many query variations and choose to see the results in Google, Bing and Yahoo.

  • http://aneciafinch.com/ Anecia Finch

    Great post on locating link prospects without using Google. I have learned several new ways to find link prospects that I am going to implement starting today. Thanks so much for providing these awesome resources.

  • http://aneciafinch.com/ Anecia Finch

    Great post on locating link prospects without using Google. I have learned several new ways to find link prospects that I am going to implement starting today. Thanks so much for providing these awesome resources.