Patents Online's Bid for Links Directory
IPAT Directory
Link Leader at $1 344

About Patents Online's Bid for Links Directory

Patents Online's Bid for Links Directory is an easy way to bid on links. Our link directory displays links alphabetically, and lets you bid your way to the top of the list. With a starting bid of $10 or bid-up a minimum $5 to get an upper position, you are guaranteed a spot in our directory!

Increase your bid to take a top position, and not only will your link list higher in the directory, but you could join our Top 10 Link Leaders on the homepage.

Why Buy Links?

Links get results. Link popularity is one of the most important factors in search engine performance.

Increasing the number of links to your Web site can get your site listed higher in search engine results, bring more visitors to your site, increase your Google PageRank and improve your site's overall strength.

For only $10 or bid-up a minimum $5 to get an upper position, you can submit a link for review and get listed now (if approved). Your site will thank you!

Recommended Sites

IP Australia
IP Australia's role is to provide a strong intellectual property system which promotes innovation, investment and trade, in Australia and worldwide.
The European Patent Office
This channel is your source of information about the European Patent Office, its activities, legal foundations and bodies.
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
The USPTO is a federal agency in the Department of Commerce. The primary services the agency provides include processing patent and trademark applications and disseminating patent and trademark information.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a specialised agency of the United Nations. It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international intellectual property (IP) system, which rewards creativity, stimulates innovation and contributes to economic development while safeguarding the public interest.
Madrid System for the International Registration of Marks
The Madrid system for the international registration of marks (the Madrid system) established in 1891 functions under the Madrid Agreement (1891), and the Madrid Protocol (1989). It is administered by the International Bureau of WIPO located in Geneva, Switzerland.
UK Intellectual Property Office
UK Intellectual Property Office is the official government body responsible for granting Intellectual Property (IP) rights in the United Kingdom (UK) and an Executive Agency of the Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) responsible for the role of IP rights in supporting innovation.

Patents OnlineTM
Please read the Terms of Use of this site.
1996 - 2011 Patents Online Pty Ltd . All rights reserved.