Darren Rowse has once again put his skill to contribution of the whole blogosphere. In is small sequel about Linkbaiting, he covers
  • What is Link Baiting?
  • Is Link Bait bad?
  • What are the Benefits of Linkbaiting?
  • What types of Linkbait are there?
  • Techniques and strategies for Good link baiting


‘What is Link Baiting?’
The term linkbaiting is used by webmasters to describe a variety of practices - all of which seek to generate incoming links to a website or blog from other sites.
It is actually a difficult term to be definative about as it covers a lot of different practices ranging from running awards or competitions, through to writing attacking posts on high profile bloggers in the hope of them biting back and linking to you, through to providing other bloggers or site owners with tools (with embedded links back to your own site) that they can put on their blogs.
On the second article, we're showned why linkbaiting is so important.
Here are the reasons... it gives:
A. Direct and immediate Traffic
B. Search Engine Juice

Perhaps his most useful article on linkbaiting is this one: http://www.problogger.net/archives/2...ing-techniqes/
In this post, Rowse lists the best 20 best linkbaiting strategies known as for today.

(I can't paste the list in here because there are too much words in it! (see the following post)