Both link building and blogging involve signing up daily for various services, for example:
- register to use some free online tools or get access to trial versions of paid tools;
- sign up to leave comments, bookmark, etc.
If you submit your email address, you end up receiving huge amounts of spam and junk mail. Maintaining a separate email address for that also takes time and won’t help if you need several accounts at one site. So here are some tools that allow you to get access to register-only services and keep you save from any headache
1. Use temporal login information created by others: BugMeNot lists registration data for any website you need. People exchange login info by submitting temporary logins they’ve created for compulsory registration sites and share it there.
Their FireFox addon is one of my favorite extensions. It submits available login information when you right-click on a user name and/or password field of a site that asks for registration.
2. Take advantage of temporal email services: they require no registration and allow to instantly make up new addresses.
- Ipoo: when you’re at any sign-up site, just make up an email address and end it with “@ipoo.org”
- TempInbox also offers a most hassle-free way to create a temporal email box: just send an email to any invented address at @tempinbox.com, then enter the site and click “Check Mail”;
- BugMeNot also has their own temporary email service.
Related services (warning: the following tools are not related to SEO but I decided to mention them as they seem really fun tool):
- noSPM.org allows to send anonymous email messages with no registration required.
- Deadfake allows to send anonymous emails and make it look as if it were sent by anyone you want.