Talk:Huge list of atheist agnostic skeptic humanist websites

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Atheism United seeks to create the largest support network for atheism (and its many groups) online. Our first project will be an outreach that brings new atheists into the fray. This page will lay the groundwork for the largest database of atheist sites ever compiled in one place. An ad campaign will target places where there are atheists, but they aren't as likely to know there is a huge atheist community on the internet. When users come to the site they will be directed to a page explaining all of the different atheist organizations. Somewhere connected to it will be this list. Make sure to check the tips section ! You are highly encouraged to create an account and list your site. Also list your other favorite sites!

The typical wiki uses a "no follow" link so that outbound links don't get an increased worth in google. This is done to cut down on wiki spam. Our site has overridden that feature. This wiki specifically increases the google worth of all atheist sites listed. Every person that links to this list will also increase the worth of these sites in google. Please link to this list. --Brian 20:44, 22 October 2012 (UTC)

Mid West Humanists & Cork Humanists - valid internl (Irish) sites

Kaulo added valid Irish intl links to Mid West Humanists & Cork Humanists (sites verified), then removed them. Aren't they keepers? ^.^ ParToutatis 21:02, 20 December 2012 (UTC)

Just a Question

I assume that you are allowed to add your own blog to the list.--Ollyoxenfree 21:03, 15 November 2011 (UTC)

By all means please do. And help your closest friends out by making sure to include them as well. Welcome aboard! Keep up the efforts! --Brian 00:24, 16 November 2011 (UTC)

Many Thanks!

Thanks to you (and to Tor!) for the tips and for your contribs, RogueBibleScholar. Brian will need to determine a way to automatically delete uncontributing (spammers) accounts which unnecessarily goble-up ressources, but the time-delayed access to editing capabilities of new accounts is a very helpful improvement. Again, thanks ! --ParToutatis (talk) 11:02, 10 December 2014 (UTC)

As you may or may not know, it is somewhat difficult to get one's site listed on search engines these days. Since the introduction of the rel="nofollow" attribute, such links will not get you listed on search engines. As the siteop of my site, the Alternative Bible Scholarship site, I have been sent Cliff Carrington's research notes, and been asked to be an interviewee on I doubt, however, I can agree and retain anonymity. Thus, my site is reasonably well thought of by those knowledgeable in these matters who have expressed any opinion at all. I create it using the Tor Browser Bundle, so as to remain anonymous. Thus, I need to get it listed in search engines again. Since your links are not rel="nofollow", unlike those at Wikipedia which are, this ought to get me listed. Since your wiki does not prohibit editing by Tor network users, I can add my page anonymously. I don't know why those who misuse wikis for ads haven't overrun this wiki, but I'm glad they haven't. I've seen a wiki where that had happened, but then you didn't have to create an account to edit them. Thanks then, for not having nofollow links, and allowing Tor users to edit. I hope that lasts. If unwarranted ads do become a problem, then a wait of a day or two before creating an account and allowing editing, if the wiki software allows it, should discourage them; as they subsist by creating a lot of ads quickly, and don't have time for anything very involved. Thanks again! --RogueBibleScholar (talk) 14:46, 2 December 2014 (UTC)