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Why don't you submit to Free-for-all (FFA) Links pages?

Bluntly, because they are worse than useless. Most of them are there for one reason -- to collect email addresses so you they can email you spam. Additionally, any clickthroughs you do actually get are of very low quality -- after all, you have to be REALLY bored to look for new sites on a FFA page.

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Believe it or not, 11.13% of the people who use SelfPromotion.com support the site!
Those spams that promise to promote your site to the top "1000" search engines are really going to submit you to a bunch of FFA sites. Which will mean you'll get more spam! Lucky you!

I actually built a submitter that could submit to over 800 FFA links pages, and tested the quality of the resulting clickthroughs. Very few people who clicked through from a FFA page bothered to use SelfPromotion.com (or send me a contribution... grr!)

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