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Wikipedia Links Part 1

Posted By Eli On October 5, 2006 @ 3:39 am In Neat Tricks and Hacks | 128 Comments

Oh wow, I can’t believe it’s my 100th post already. Be sure to give me some kudos in the comments (haha I figure I’m allowed to fish for compliments every 100 posts or so). Well I can’t think of a better way to start the triple digits than by starting the first part of a four part tutorial on getting tons of links from [1] Wikipedia. If PR is your concern please quit paying money for PR6’s, Wikipedia is full of them and waiting for you to post your link.

Lets begin with the White hat method since it is the simplest and will create the least amount of problems for you later on. It’s a little more manual labor intensive than the rest, but fuck it, it’s easy and worth it.
1) Make a list of all your top terms. For instance if I were promoting Blue Hat SEO I’d make a list with something to the effect of: Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Link Building, Website Promotion, SEO Tools, Black Hat, and White Hat.

2) Create a small article section of your site. Write 2-4 articles for each keyword and put them in the terms section. So my site might be organized like this.
Search Engine Optimization
|-Article 1
|-Article 2
|_Article 3
Link Building
|-Article 1
|-Article 2
|_Article 3

You get the idea. Then just make sure each article only contains links back to your site or other pages on your site. However you want to distribute the new found linking power.

3) Go to [2] Wikipedia.org and do a search for each one of your terms. Try to find the PR6 and above sections that directly use your terms. There may be anywhere from 1-15 for each one of your major terms. So dig deep.

4) Click on the Edit This Page tab. Go to the portion that says
==External links==
and add your link using the following code:
* [http://www.example.com Anchor Tag] A collection of free articles.

Let the link hunt begin! This is particularly useful for Ecom sites that sell tons of different types of products. Once the articles are up it only takes a couple hours to gain a good 50 or so one way PR6 links. I’ve had one site of mine gain over 150 PR6 links and 72 PR5 links this way. It took a little bit of work, but its not spammy and your links are almost guaranteed to stick.

If the article creation is going to be a problem just be an asshole :) Look at the other related links listed. Steal some of their noncopyrighted articles and replace their link with yours. Chances are no one will even notice the change. Ouch I just caused a problem didn’t I?

128 Comments To "Wikipedia Links Part 1"

#1 Comment By Robb On October 5, 2006 @ 8:19 am

Quick question if I may: are you saying that you should post to the different categories and that’s how you get the links? Thanks

“Let the link hunt begin! This is particularly useful for Ecom sites that sell tons of different types of products. Once the articles were up it only takes a couple hours to gain a good 50 or so one way PR6 links.”

#2 Comment By Chris On October 5, 2006 @ 12:15 pm

Yep, I love getting comments from my blog readers too. Nice post on Wikipedia. Very useful.

#3 Comment By me On October 5, 2006 @ 12:50 pm

You are aware of the fact that Wikipedia uses ref=nofollow on links, aren’t you?
So how do you think these links are going to pass PR to your sites?

#4 Comment By Eli On October 5, 2006 @ 3:14 pm

robb, yep i supose. this is just the simple white hat way. Don’t look too much into it. It’s merely stuff that had to get said before we could move on. If it was advanced I would of made it a blue hat technique.

Thanks man, you should post your blog sometime on here. So we can read it too.

me(not really me),
On external links Wikipedia DOES NOT use rel=nofollow. I’m sorry but that is just dead wrong.
Here’s a typical external link section from wiki

External links

#5 Comment By me On October 5, 2006 @ 3:40 pm

Wow, that’s weird … the German version of Wikipedia does!
Take a look at: [5] http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunde (The last paragraph “Web Links” contains a link with a nofollow.)

I don’t get it …

Well, however - you are absolutely right about the english version.

#6 Comment By Eli On October 5, 2006 @ 3:42 pm

thats crazy, Why would they do that?

#7 Comment By Robb On October 5, 2006 @ 3:53 pm

Thanks for the response, Chris. All my sites are extremely niche so I’m lucky they have one page.
You must have something a bit more mainstream…

BTW, good posts

#8 Comment By Eli On October 5, 2006 @ 4:15 pm

Hey robby you haven’t posted in awhile on your blog. wtf? I need my fix :)

#9 Comment By John On October 5, 2006 @ 6:16 pm

en.wikipedia does not have no-follow. I am linked a few places in wikipedia. And I have to say its easy except with a few key notes:
First, your links have to contribute to the article, If you just post a link on another article, your link needs to be a “true” reference to that article and you should probably add something to the wikipedia article to make it more relevent.
Second. Wikipedia sometimes is strictly moderated. You must watch out what you do and stick with wikipedia rules, otherwise your link will not last, and even worse you risk being banned {ip ban too}.
So be careful. I recommend you legitimently contribute to wikipedia and reference your article. That works well. Write your own article also with a sightly different title to another one, that works wonders!

#10 Comment By Eli On October 5, 2006 @ 8:13 pm

Excellent advice John.

Thanks for the contribution

#11 Comment By Robby On October 8, 2006 @ 4:17 pm

Ah, now this is a beautiful and much anticipated post.

I’m late to it tough because my fishing RSS reader was broken.

Can’t wait for the next one!

#12 Comment By Austin On October 12, 2006 @ 9:06 am

Excellent post. I just stumbled across your site and this was my first read.

Okay so now I have about 16 well written articles on 8 related keywords all tucked away on a section of my website and I’ve added the code over at [6] http://www.wikipedia.org/ . Those higher PR links are sure to be on there way.

You say four parts to your tutorial?

Great! See you around then.

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#14 Comment By Seostomp On October 13, 2006 @ 8:01 pm

I have been in a total link war with a few competing websites for the last 6 months… they removing mine and vice versa… I love it. I love dropping a dozen wiki links and book marking them with yahoo… Its like instant results.

#15 Comment By Eli On October 15, 2006 @ 10:29 pm

Heya Seostomp,
Welcome to the blue hat home :)
I love your blog although i’m mentioned way too much in it haha. Good sense of humor though and drunkin blogging definitely rules all. lol
I would absolutely LOVE IT if you wrote a quick tutorial on the yahoo bookmark trick for bluehatseo, cus it is a damn good trick. Eitherway i’d love to hear more about it.

#16 Comment By Seostomp On October 16, 2006 @ 5:43 pm

I would have commented sooner but I couldn’t add 5 and 6….. Real simple trick but I will send you something.

#17 Comment By Rett On October 20, 2006 @ 8:41 pm

It seems like Wikipedia is cracking down on this (at least in the automotive-related areas). I had some links (along with other people) for several months…last week, some editors came through and wiped everything clean, updated all the page content, and only list external links to “official” auto manuf sites.

I guess I could keep going back in and editing, or try to find some “low profile” pages that might not get much editor attention.

#18 Comment By Rose Water On November 25, 2006 @ 8:14 pm

To Rett:
Try using the “what links here”.

Btw, when you click “what links here” on wikipedia, what sorting do they use?
It’s obvious the articles at the top are the most popular, I’m just not sure exactly which way they are.

I’ve also noticed that you can post a keyword related link to wikipedia articles that are the least popular, yet they still have a pr > 0. Eventually after some months someone will catch the unrelated link.

#19 Comment By ketan On December 21, 2006 @ 11:18 pm

What about ‘no follow tag used by Wikipedia?

This checks all the PR transfer from Wikipedia to your link page.

#20 Comment By Eli On December 21, 2006 @ 11:36 pm

read above :)

#21 Comment By Gregory Kohs On January 21, 2007 @ 7:05 pm

Welcome to NO FOLLOW on English Wikipedia, folks. As of this weekend.

Stop trying to do battle with Wikipedia, when you can LITERALLY get better Google results with Centiare.com. (We surmise it’s because we’re using semantic tagging, and Google loves that.)

Don’t believe? Read this:
[8] http://www.centiare.com/Centiare:Search_Engine_Optimization

You’ll begin to believe.

#22 Comment By Eli On January 22, 2007 @ 10:59 am

yeah bummer about the nofollow. Doesn’t matter much. People are giving less and less of a shit about pagerank these days. Besides that most links on the web now are nofollow. Its even yet to be proven that Google even cares about the nofollow. We know Yahoo doesn’t.

Sorry, Wiki is still an authoritive link. So they will continue to get spammed.

#23 Comment By markj On February 12, 2007 @ 12:14 pm

Gregory, I see no evidence that your site helps google rankings. Except the obscure examples on your site like:
“West Chester church shepherd”??????

Your own site “centiare.com” is not ranked in the top 5 pages on google(that’s as far as i checked) for free directory, directory, or free encyclopedia.

Also Wiki is ranked #1 in google for “Search Engine Optimization”.

Can you give some better examples of results from using your site?
P.S. Great site Eli! I’ve been lurking for about 3 days and using some of your tips I’ve got a free PR4 link to my site and a PR6 listing on Wiki. You Da Man!!!

#24 Comment By The Dino On April 2, 2007 @ 12:19 pm

I will try this. So can we submit any site which is related to term alredy existing in Wikipedia?

#25 Comment By Matt Larson On April 12, 2007 @ 10:38 am

So Wikipedia now uses nofollows - that’s a bummer, but don’t forget all the sites that scrape content from wikipedia that don’t use nofollow tags like answers.com, etc.

#26 Comment By Samuel On June 20, 2007 @ 8:02 am

So let me get this write. does anyone know if the wiki links still work? Is it worth posting articals and links for wiki. Please let me know and any examples are most welcome
[9] http://www.thephonenetwork.co.uk

#27 Comment By Nielsh On October 1, 2007 @ 2:26 am

HI ya!

Are all Wiki links nofollow now?

#28 Comment By Phones Limited On October 2, 2007 @ 2:40 pm

As far as I can see the majority of the top level pages are definitely using no-follow.

#29 Comment By Lina On October 4, 2007 @ 4:00 pm

100% of Wikipedia pages are now no follow for external site links.

#30 Comment By Ron Paul On November 26, 2007 @ 8:53 pm

Heck, nofollow links are worth plenty. It’s pretty well establish that a fair number of keyword-rich links in blog positings (that implement can help a site rank. I’ve heard of people getting to the #3 or #4 page (30′th-40′th) spot for highly competitive keywords.

I’ve also noticed that some new sites seem to not just a ’sandbox’ but also a ‘honeymoon’. During the honeymoon it seems that Google scans the site again and again trying to determine if it’s a blog or another site that gets updated frequently. Pretty soon the site starts getting hits from people searching for non-competitive keywords.

In a month or so, if the site isn’t getting updated, the scan rate drops and suddenly the search results start coming. This is the dreaded ’sandbox’. I’ve noticed, however, that a single fresh nofollow link from a blog can, very quickly, get the site ranking again for noncompetive terms.

This trick isn’t powerful enough to help you quit your day job, but it certainly helps when you’re trying to bring in enough adsense to cover the domain name registration!

#31 Comment By ideficapledge On December 6, 2007 @ 7:54 am

mm.. thank you man

#32 Comment By pua openers On January 24, 2008 @ 9:23 am

Yep, all external links on wikipedia is nofollow. However it is still worth getting a link from the relevant page for traffic purposes only. I have recieved about half my traffic for a particular keyword from wikipedia as I get from google. Not bad at all.

#33 Comment By Mike J On February 29, 2008 @ 12:27 pm

The nofollow thing is garbage. Search engines still find the links. Get this - they even give an SEO boost to sites listed in the Project Spam directory because they can read the url’s right there too. Sometimes, they slap the word spam in front of it, but the links are still being picked up. I don’t recommend you heh heh deliberately try to get your links removed. But if you do and you wind up in the WikiProject_Spam directory, don’t feel too bad, you still getting SEO.

#34 Comment By Anil On March 10, 2008 @ 1:32 am

The no follow tag is not adhered to by Yahoo for sure.

#35 Comment By Reema On March 10, 2008 @ 1:33 am

Google still follows the same

#36 Comment By Loskas On June 6, 2008 @ 2:09 am

Wikipedia is #1 on Google for some searches, sex for an example. Would be nice to get your link on those pages.

#37 Comment By police cars for sale On July 13, 2008 @ 10:30 am

Be careful with this because I tried this on one of my sites and within a week I lost some of my rankings in google. Not sure if this had anything to do with this but I am guessing they reported my site for spamming.

#38 Comment By Atlanta SEO On September 2, 2008 @ 7:02 am

yep folks, still nofollow :( Oh well, it does bring traffic though…

Yahoo does not honor the nofollow tag ;)

#39 Comment By Wordpress SEO On September 13, 2008 @ 8:04 pm

Yeah, but what about those pesky editors who love to delete these links?


#40 Comment By Mike On October 4, 2008 @ 5:49 am

Just wondering if it is a good idea to write a post about your own company or business name on Wikipedia and then add a link to your website?

#41 Comment By SEO Experts On October 16, 2008 @ 4:56 am

Wikipedia links are nofollow but these links are really helpful to get good traffic. Wiki pages usually rank well for many search terms.

btw, thanks for nice post.

#42 Comment By Great eBay Auctions On November 5, 2008 @ 11:40 am

Great traffic generation ideas!

Thanks and keep up the good work.


#43 Comment By passive income On January 12, 2009 @ 9:17 am

this is so bad, but good for us!
i would not steal others articles as i think that undermines someone elses work.

work hard and write your own kick ass articles!

#44 Comment By Getting Rid Of Acne On February 3, 2009 @ 8:00 pm

man thats a sweet way to generate traffic! thanks unique content is the key for sure though.

#45 Comment By Fat Loss For Idiots Diet On February 22, 2009 @ 1:38 pm

Congrats on your 100th post btw. I think you have the most detailed posts I have ever seen on any blog. Kudos to you.

#46 Comment By free powerball lottery On March 14, 2009 @ 1:34 am

Thanks for the information but i still confuse how to do this. if you give some live link or live example which follows the above strategy then it gives me great help for link submission in wikipedia.

Thanks agian

#47 Comment By Pink Mobile Phones On March 25, 2009 @ 2:22 am

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#48 Comment By Latest Mobile Phones On April 2, 2009 @ 1:03 pm

Thanks again

#49 Comment By New Mobile Phones On April 2, 2009 @ 1:04 pm

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#50 Comment By Ruben Zevallos Jr. On April 15, 2009 @ 4:28 am

I´ve added some articles to Wikepedia, but all are delete, because I don´t have reference… so… they think, new knowledge is not welcome there… your idea is very simple… to add new references for those articles… thank you for the tip…

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#56 Comment By Sushil On August 4, 2009 @ 12:31 am

i will try it!

#57 Comment By 株 購入 初心者 On August 4, 2009 @ 11:12 pm

isnt this method kind of old? links from wiki wont get any PR points??

#58 Comment By SIA Kalns On September 2, 2009 @ 6:30 am

Right now wikipedia links are nofallow, so they make no sense for page ranking and back link count.

#59 Comment By sivakumar On October 31, 2009 @ 3:42 am

Is this for navigation…

#60 Comment By mike On November 24, 2009 @ 6:24 pm

DONT DO THIS, wikipedia will blacklist your sites if try to promote yourself, thats blackhat, thats an enyclopedia not a link farm, look at the date of this post in 2009 SEO IS NOTHING like it was back in 2006

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Very good article and thank you x100!

#62 Comment By Shareef On January 24, 2010 @ 9:33 pm

@ mike:

You are absolutely right, the date tells all. None of this works any more, times have changed indeed.

#63 Comment By Ed On February 15, 2010 @ 1:22 am

It’s amazing to see how many comments follow yours complimenting the method. Probably no way to pass on PR from no follow external links. I’ve checked and you’re right they are no follow. Thanks for reminding me.

#64 Comment By how to approach women On March 12, 2010 @ 3:13 am

I’m gonna try this right now.

Thanks Eli…

#65 Comment By Have an Affair On March 15, 2010 @ 10:05 pm

You may know “how to approach women” (or think you do), but you don’t know about wiki links. They’re all no follow. This page is from 2006 before they changed that. Now it only makes sense for direct visitors and if you hope that your link gets picked up by sites who copy Wikipedia. But most likely the wiki editors will just remove your link anyway, if it’s not top quality, closely related, and non-commercial.

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This has been an entertaining day so far. Start reading through your archives from the start, now up to post 100 :)

Hopefully your content continues to excel, which I imagine it does.

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If you have just earned another loyal follower!

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Do not self promote you will be penalised for sure!!!

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Is the trolling ever going to spot on Wikipedia, this seems to be getting more and more easy.

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#75 Comment By Wireless Networking On December 17, 2010 @ 6:59 am

nice idea! will this still work in 2010?

#76 Comment By bluetooth On December 17, 2010 @ 8:13 am

this can result to your site being penalized.

#77 Comment By Cleveland SEO On January 11, 2011 @ 3:32 am

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#78 Comment By b2b Marketing On March 18, 2011 @ 2:22 am

This looks like spamming and i’m pretty sure it might get you penalized. If you get busted by an wikipedia editor, they might flag you and your website for spamming.

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#86 Comment By Computer Tips and Tech Talk On July 11, 2011 @ 2:01 am

Great idea thanks for the info. Yeah, this does seem a little sneaky.

#87 Comment By Realtor Zev On July 16, 2011 @ 2:56 pm

Even though wikipedia uses re=”nofollow”, I believe that google gives additional credibility to sites that have links from wikipedia. In other words, it is possible that wikipedia is the exception to the rule.

#88 Comment By hairtransplanttourist On August 27, 2011 @ 11:31 pm

I think it add trust even though it is nofollow.

#89 Comment By צפייה ישירה On September 16, 2011 @ 9:57 am

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#90 Comment By קלאברס On September 23, 2011 @ 12:31 pm

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#91 Comment By Caldaie Saunier Duval On September 24, 2011 @ 7:55 am

Could you please extend them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.

#92 Comment By مدونة On September 26, 2011 @ 9:05 am

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#93 Comment By Naples Homes On September 27, 2011 @ 2:07 pm

I know this an old post but I am sure many of you are still subscribed. Does anyone know if these tactics still work? I have never thought to use wikipedia to build links.

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#96 Comment By fonko On October 27, 2011 @ 5:11 am

Does this method still work? i was thinking on adding some of my artist to wikipedia so we could have links from this site. Does this works for SEO? or nofollow tag is applied to my links? regards!

#97 Comment By בר לאירועים On October 31, 2011 @ 6:31 pm

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#98 Comment By call center outsourcing services On December 17, 2011 @ 3:50 am

I using these techniques but I am not satisfied with the result. Its progress is very slow according to my work and time .

#99 Comment By Summer Holidays On January 1, 2012 @ 10:02 pm

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#100 Comment By PCSO Lotto Results Phil On January 2, 2012 @ 1:28 am

Nice and Interesting post Eli. Sometimes your posts leave my head spinning wondering what the hell I just read, but after a few days it always starts to make sense.

#101 Comment By Nitish On January 8, 2012 @ 11:21 am

Great Post Eli :)

#102 Comment By Nitish On January 8, 2012 @ 11:21 am

I am sure it is

#103 Comment By Nitish On January 8, 2012 @ 11:21 am

Me either :D

#104 Comment By Nitish On January 8, 2012 @ 11:22 am

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#105 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:52 pm

:O what ?

#106 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:52 pm

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#107 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:53 pm


#108 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:54 pm

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#109 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:54 pm

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#110 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:55 pm

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#111 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:56 pm

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#112 Comment By Ismat Zahra On January 8, 2012 @ 1:56 pm

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Strategy posts are great, but I prefer the how-to’s and hacks.

#114 Comment By Andy - Coventry Web Design On January 22, 2012 @ 8:11 am

I think this strategy is still viable as long as you are very careful, im going to try it out anyway. As long as the links are relative then surely they wont penalizeyou for it?

#115 Comment By genelhaber On February 1, 2012 @ 4:39 pm

haberin genelini takip etmek için sayfamızı ziyaret ediniz. thanks.

#116 Comment By haber On February 1, 2012 @ 4:40 pm

güncel haberler için bizi takip edin. thanks.

#117 Comment By Divya @ Life Insurance Policies On February 2, 2012 @ 3:07 am

i couldnt know it before, thanks for sharing the tips mate…

#118 Comment By Divya @ Life Insurance Policies On February 2, 2012 @ 3:09 am

Yes mate. its working and your links will be converted to nofollow

#119 Comment By Intel Core On February 8, 2012 @ 12:52 pm

Really Great article ! thanks for sharing with this with your readers. Have a nice day!

#120 Comment By Crafts Factory On March 11, 2012 @ 1:55 am

Right now wikipedia links are nofallow, so they make no sense for page ranking and back link count.

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#123 Comment By ben 10 On July 20, 2012 @ 8:06 am

’ve checked and you’re right they are no follow

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#126 Comment By thong cong On September 3, 2012 @ 12:43 am

thats crazy, Why would they do that?

#127 Comment By hut be phot On September 3, 2012 @ 6:59 am

haberin genelini takip etmek için sayfamızı ziyaret ediniz. thanks.

#128 Comment By chong tham On September 8, 2012 @ 6:10 am

Well, however - you are absolutely right about the english version.

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[1] Wikipedia: http://www.wikipedia.org
[2] Wikipedia.org: http://www.wikipedia.org
[3] Error Analysis Tutorial: http://phys.columbia.edu/~tutorial
[4] Errors contained in reference books - Internet Accuracy Project: http://www.accuracyproject.org/cbe-errors-books.html
[5] http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunde: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunde
[6] http://www.wikipedia.org/: http://www.wikipedia.org/
[7] https://www.bluehatseo.com: https://www.bluehatseo.com
[8] http://www.centiare.com/Centiare:Search_Engine_Optimization: http://www.centiare.com/Centiare:Search_Engine_Optimization
[9] http://www.thephonenetwork.co.uk: http://www.thephonenetwork.co.uk

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