Monday, April 25, 2011

Around The Blogosphere 25 April 2011

Syria: Blog interview with Opposition activist Ammar Abdulhamid

Read this post. American blogger and Syria expert, Joshua Landis, conducted a video interview with exiled leading Opposition activist Ammar Abdulhamid on the Syrian unrest. Speaking on Landis' blog, Syria Comment, Abdulhamid was questioned on a variety of topics concerning the Syrian revolution, from the dangers of a sectarian breakdown, to the regional implications of a potential collapse in regime.
Wenzhou Wedding Motorcade Worth Hundreds Of Millions RMB - Chinese netizen reactions to a 26-car wedding motorcade in Wenzhou, China made of expensive super cars like Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Rolls Royces...
#musicmonday - Blast from the Past! - Emma, also known as Emma, Emmaline or Emmeline, is a song by Errol Brown and Tony Wilson released as a single by Hot Chocolate in 1974.
Best $5 Ever Found

And no, it's not a link from Matt Drudge or The New York Times website... nor is it an accumulation of thousands upon thousands of links. Would you like to know what the strongest and the most powerful link is? I'll give you a hint: it's something YOU can easily give but seems as if it is almost impossible to receive. Put simply, you have the power to give it away but getting it back represents a difficult link-building scheme at best!

SEO gurus will most definitely not agree with the adgitizer on this one!

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