So for example you create an article called ‘Top 5 Destinations in France’. First you write a unique introduction to the topic, then you write a unique concluding statement about the topic. Then if you have a URL about a destination, ideally one you do consider to be a top destination, you add it to your top ‘however many’ list with its title, URL and a brief description of what the URL is about. It doesn’t have to be one of your own URL’s it could be any URL you value, but obviously if it is one of your own, then you just got a back link.
Once you have finished adding the URL’s you just click ‘save’ and you are done. So in summary you have a ‘top ??’ list consisting of an introduction, a list of URL’s with their titles and descriptions and a concluding statement. Depending on how many top items you stated each URL listed is effectively a back link for you or the owner of the site you listed.
It is a brand new site, so isn’t really ranked by Google or Alexa yet, well actually it might be by the time you read this, so you can check for yourself. But besides that you get to share some of the Adsense revenue with the owner, who actually created the ‘She Told Me‘ Site.
So I would recommend that you go and check it out, looks like it is going to be a great place for ‘dofollow’ links and for Adsense revenue; because everyone loves Top 5, 10 or whatever listings. Best Reviewer, why didn’t I think of that?
I wrote this review a while ago now, since then the site has gone on to a page rank 3 rating and you now have to pay for membership, even at the most basic level. The price is a one off payment of $7 for the basic level, so all in all not that expensive and a relatively good way to build back links, just remember when you are adding your tops to make the descriptions unique and natural so they add a little value to the Internet.