Here are the slides from Dixon’s presentation at the Affiliates 4U event last month. Thanks to all the people that showed up, including: Andre Alpar; Mike; Sebastien Lahtinen; Robert Kelly; Alison Beaven; Andrew Champion; Mike Hampton; Sue Carter-Phillips; Richard Guttfield; Tim Taylor and others.

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If anyone’s links are wrong – please let me know.


Dixon Jones

An award-winning Search and Internet Marketer. Search Personality of the year Lifetime achievement award Outstanding technology individual of the year International public speaker for 20 years in the field of SEO and Internet Marketing, including: Pubcon; Search Engine Strategies (SMX); Brighton SEO; Ungagged; Search Leeds; State of Search; RIMC and many more.


shana · 12th November 2007 at 5:32 pm


David you told me it is easy to get back link from Wikipedia . Please let me know how to do that. Hope you can remember me. (SES Training)

mayhemuk · 13th November 2007 at 4:53 pm

Hi Shana,
Simply go to and select “create account” in the top right hand corner. When you are logged in, you can modify any page on Wikipedia – including links! BUT (and it is a big BUT) there are two things you should know:
1) That all links on Wikipedia now have the “nofollow” tag which basically tells Google not to take much notice of the link for search purposes.
2) Adding links when they are not relevent will mean they get overwritten and your account will probably get banned. This latter point is really the most important thing to be aware of. People really hate Wikipedia being spammed! 🙂


shana · 19th November 2007 at 12:46 pm

Hi Dixon,

Thank you very much. That’s mean Wikipedia Links that don’t pass good value ?


mayhemuk · 19th November 2007 at 3:52 pm

Well – not “good value” in the sense that Google does not recieve link juice directly. But if I marketing was the White House I’d still be upset if I didn’t have a link on Wikipedia. Not least because Wikipedia is number 3 on Google for the phrase:,GGLD:2004-17,GGLD:en&q=the+white+house
Then again – I’m not going to try to get a listing for Receptional – that just seems wrong. So… really depends on who you are. But for direct Google Link Juice? No.

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