Free follow links from have now started giving away follow links for FREE.

They’ve launched a new ‘Profollow‘ scheme, which I seriously recommend all SEOs take advantage of!

The scheme encourages users to create unique and valuable content on and in return they’ll get follow links for free.

You can read’s reasoning behind the scheme on their blog post entitled ‘Aboutus wants to give you link love!

But hang on…What is Logo is a collaborative wiki where users can edit pages about websites.

It’s essentially a Wikipedia for pages on the World Wide Web.

If you’ve never heard of, let me quote their mission statement:

To build the world’s most comprehensive, collaborative guide to the best places on the world wide web. We invite everyone to engage with our wiki: whether you’re an organization, business, non-profit or individual. Come see why the knowledge of many makes us one of the fastest-growing and most powerful websites on the internet today. It’s easy to participate because you can edit our pages!

How to get your FREE follow links:

All you have to do is log-in to (or create) your account, find the Wiki page for your website, edit the default description for your site (usually based on Meta Data which it scrapes) and email the team to say you’d like to be rewarded with free follow links for your efforts!  Of course, don’t spend two minutes making changes; write as much as you can and make sure it’s unique content.  Above all, make your page interesting – you want to captivate random visitors and MAKE them click through to your site.

Is it worth it?  Why should I bother?

Free follow links are a great reward for taking the time to edit wiki pages about your site.  Billions of page authors won’t take up this opportunity, so make sure you do!  Google will notice that ARE following you and not thousands of others, so they’ll see the link as a positive vote!

But that’s not all:

The unique content you write will lead to more coverage in the SERPS:  if you’re in first place for your keyword, let your page be second.  More coverage for you equals less exposure for your competitors!

Use your page to tell people what your site is about. This will help people who aren’t sure what your mission is and who don’t really understand why they need to sign up with you.

Finally, a nice glowing page can help your reputation.  If your site has some less-than-lovely reviews, you may want to embark on a bit of reputation management.  Use sites like to boost good things in the search engines and knock that bad press off Google’s first page.  (Of course, if all other 199,999,999 results in Google for your company are bad reviews, you might want to start listening!)

Feel free to show off your pages in the comments below!