Link love SaturdayLink Love posts are the ones that is meant to spread this blog’s link love to bloggers that help the community grow and make better place to be. Bloggers are working so hard to provide useful resource, if they don’t get link love and applause then I feel it’s pretty unfair on our parts. This also helps in providing our blog visitors with useful content which they might miss otherwise.

Today in Link Love:

Darren Rowse comes yet again to help bloggers with his article, Using StumbleUpon to Get on the Radar of Other Bloggers, where he shows how you could get on the knowledge of bloggers on Social Media Sites. Another article that Darren posted uses his tactics of link baiting. With the article Why my Wife would make a Great Internet Marketer, he shows what all is needed to become a good Internet Marketer, which his wife already possess.

Here comes yet again an article which tells you why you should join Niche Specific Social Networking Sites, Daniel of DailyBlogTips, writes Do Small Bloggers Have A Chance With Digg? If you’re unable to cope with Digg.com try smaller ones, they might not send you loads of traffic and save your web host to crash, but could promise to send good amount of targeted traffic your way.

Patrick over at 10e20.com, writes about Linkbait Graphics: How Would I Do This?, and explains why it is necessary to use images in your link baiting articles and how you could leverage from it.

Janet at MarketingPilgrim.com writes about How to Make A Blog Post Go Viral with Social Media, and explains the power of Social Media in publicizing your content.

Patrick Altof of BlogStorm.com get his first SEO tool out in public, New link tool to find your competitors most linked pages, which is meant to show your competitors most linked pages.

Steven of AffiliateMarketingDiary.com asks Is Web 2.0 Working For You?, and shows us which Social Media sites brought good amount of traffic to his blog. You could also duplicate his findings and increase traffic to your blog.

Over at Essence-SEO.co.uk, comes a nice article about blog addiction, Five Reasons why the Need to Blog Outweighs the Desire. Which describes the essence of blogging.