Apple is providing links to these applications as a courtesy, and makes no representations regarding the applications or any information related thereto.
Without directly implying our domain in any evil grayhat “link gathering” scheme.
Conclusion If you stray outside of the “awards” area, there’s some definite hotbutton widgets that can be autogenerated and would be incredibly effective.
A site that generated 5000 inbounds has a much higher chance of getting caught than 10 sites that generated 500 inbounds each.
So stick with me through this example (it’s a small scale example, but with a similar process it can get MUCH larger: don’t confine yourself to awards badges/widgets) We create 3 blogs. Every 5 days, these things search Google blog search(automatically) and finds blogs that have to do with football or their respected sport(grab the 5 most recent entries, searches for a list of related terms in each of the 5 to ensure it’s related to the sport), then it autogens an entry with a “blog award” widget that links to a site aside from our award site in the code. The percentages I used are a bit optimistic, but using a fresh trackback IP every 4-5 weeks should make it doable.
That gives us 31.2 sitewide links per article/social submission.