We don’t really celebrate Thanksgiving in Europe, but I know many of you are visiting this blog from the US, so I wanted to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving.
As explained in Wikipedia, Thanksgiving is “an annual American Federal holiday to express thanks for one's material and spiritual possessions.” I am grateful for what I have: a lovely wife, a great family, good health, an interesting job, and time to paint.
. Susan is also behind A Day in the Arts website , which motto is “Making Art accessible to all”
I would like to take this occasion to thank the following artists that have a link from their blog to mine:
Susan lives with her family in California and paint with watercolours and draw with pencils and colour pencils. You can see her works on her blog Susan’s Scribbles
Purnima Palkar, an artist living in Switzerland, features some beautiful handcrafted products and paintings on her blog Chitra Karma . The designs are elegant and the bright colours will cheer you up. Check out Purnima art and craft for sale at Peazcreation on Etsy.
Carol Monosson, an artist from Israel behind two blogs: Carol - MyWork with some nice drawings and really interesting digital photos (I like the one with the fishes and the toirtoise) and Carol - connecting that she uses to stay in touch.
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You may wonder how I found about this. I know thanks to a tip that Dan, who is managing EmptyEasel, gave in his article “An Off-site SEO Tip for Online Artists (Or, The Good Karma of Linking)”.
Yahoo has a tool called Site Explorer , which allows you to know who is linking to your site. It is simple:
- Go to Site Explorer,
- Enter the URL of your website at the top of the page and hit the “Explore URL” Button.
- Click on the “Inlinks” button to see the list of web pages linking to your site
- The links shown in the list are clickable and you can explore the pages