• http://www.squareoak.com squareoak

    I’ll take set three with the Wiki link. Although this link won’t help me rank, the traffic will be substantial. I don’t see the search engines (you know who you are!) devaluing Wikipedia anytime soon. Wikipedia has rank, authority, and trust that for the time being, is extending beyond technorati, or .edu domains.

  • http://www.squareoak.com squareoak

    I’ll take set three with the Wiki link. Although this link won’t help me rank, the traffic will be substantial. I don’t see the search engines (you know who you are!) devaluing Wikipedia anytime soon. Wikipedia has rank, authority, and trust that for the time being, is extending beyond technorati, or .edu domains.

  • http://www.paulpedersen.com/ Paul Pedersen

    Set #3!!

    Wikipedia is nice …but more importantly, all of these links are from sites/pages that are more related to my topic. In addition, they are information resources and have substance …which, supposedly, is what my site is supposed to be.

    I’ll take a link from a good quality neighborhood then a link from a .edu any day.

    You are known by your friends:
    Set #1 is shallow,
    Set #2 is slutty, and
    Set #3 is a classy , well educated fellow.

  • http://www.constantlycomplaining.com ryanol

    Group one is definitely bad neighborhoods, one that starpulse page is pure webspam and two its got a canuck site.

    Group two is also in need of some gentrification and its not all that relevant….and still we can’t shake that damn canadian site.

    Group Three is my clear winner here

    ***no actual canadians were harmed in the production of this comment