This has really nothing to do with SEO, but I thought I’d throw it in for the hell of it. Infact this really isn’t even useful, it’s just cool and neat on how it works.
In the Google FAQ it talks about the rel=”prefetch” command. This command(supported by both new versions of firefox and IE) in a sense forces the user to click on a link. The user doesn’t actually go to the link; their browser just fetches the url. The idea behind this is to make the next page download faster, assuming they do click on it. This is really only useful for splash pages. Ie. Click here to enter pages.
My Alexa Ranking <-removed because it no longer works. Use the xml.alexa.com url instead
This will link tag will cause almost every visitor to my site to pull the Alexa toolbar API and count it as a visit to my site, whether or not they actually have the toolbar.
Anyone promote on top sites lists?
Fun stuff eh!