20 Sure-Fire Ways To Get People To Link To Your Web Site

Written by Dan Brown

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11. When you purchase a product and it exceeds your expectations e-mailrepparttar business a testimonial. Make sure your statement is detailed. Give them permission to publish it on their web site if they link to your site.

12. Create a directory of web sites on a specific topic. Give peoplerepparttar 119357 option of addingrepparttar 119358 directory to their web site by linking to it. Put your business ad atrepparttar 119359 top ofrepparttar 119360 directory's home page.

13. Exchange content with other web sites. You could trade articles, top ten lists, etc. Both parties could include a resource box atrepparttar 119361 end ofrepparttar 119362 content.

14. Allow people to download software at no charge from your web site, if they link to your web site. The software could be freeware, shareware or demos.

15. Trade other forms of advertising to people that link to your web site. You could trade e-zine ads, print ads, autoresponder ads, classified ads, ebook ads, etc.

16. Give away web space to people for free. Since you are giving it away for free, request they link to your site by placing your ad or banner torepparttar 119363 site.

17. Join or create a web ring. A web ring is a group of web sites on a similar subject agreeing to link together. To find a web ring to join type keywords "web rings" into your search engine of choice.

18. Create an online club or association. Tell your visitors what's included inrepparttar 119364 membership and what it costs to join. Offer them a free membership if, in exchange, they link to your web site.

19. Allow people to use an online service or utilities from your web site if, in exchange, they link to your web site. The online service could be an e-mail account, search engine submission, web page design, copywriting, proofreading, etc.

20. Offer a free e-book to your web site visitors. The ebook should be related to your target audience. Allow them to giverepparttar 119365 e-book to their own web site visitors by linking directly to your web site.

Author Dan Brown has been active in internet marketing for the past 4 years. Dan currently is working with The Paid Surveys Report, introducing a very successful paid surveys database. http://www.paidsurveysreport.com

Order of Links on Reciprocal Links Pages

Written by Harold Stone

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By listing in order of Oldest Links First new links get added torepparttar end ofrepparttar 119356 list. When page 1 is full your new links start on page 2, then page 3, etc. The links on page 1 will never change their position,repparttar 119357 links on page 2 never change their position, etc. so your pages become static and remainrepparttar 119358 same, withrepparttar 119359 exception of whateverrepparttar 119360 last page is since it is a work in progress. My link checking script will be able to find my reciprocal link easily since it's url location at your site never changes. Of course, there arerepparttar 119361 infrequent times that a link could actually move up in position to a lower page number. For example, if a link on page 1 is deleted thenrepparttar 119362 top position link on page 2 moves to berepparttar 119363 last position link on page 1,repparttar 119364 top position link on page 3 moves torepparttar 119365 last position on page 2, etc. The same will occur for all subsequent pages. This does not happen very often, and if you are trading honest links with each other, may never happen unless a site closes down.

Listing your reciprocal links in order of "Oldest Links First" is a much fairer and honorable way to treat your link partners since your oldest, and most loyal partners, will always be nearerrepparttar 119366 top ofrepparttar 119367 list inrepparttar 119368 order they exchanged links with you. Your linking partnership with other webmasters should always be honest.... and fair.

Harold Stone is the co-founder of Honest Links. Honest Links is a community of webmasters who have agreed to exchange quality, visible links to increase traffic to their sites. http://www.honestlinks.net

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