I recently saw this ad posted in another forum, and I thought I would let people know, so they can avoid it: "One quality back link, such as from a .gov or .edu, is equal to 25 lower quality back links. Here are Free Authority Codes to get your quality back links to your website from .gov and .edu websites (as well as high quality .com's as well)." What he is offering is a free report that supposedly gives "Authority Codes" that will allow a website owner to get links that will, according to one email ad I received, "move your site 100 positions overnight". I am sure there are members here who would agree, that is not going to happen. Although the ad above starts with something that is true, quality backlinks are better than lower quality links, this is most likely NOT a legitimate way to get them. If any of the members of this forum receive or see any ads for "Authority Codes", or any similar offer, I would urge them to ignore these ads.