How to get non Reciprocal LinksWritten by Matt Colyer
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Add site + your keyword/market Add URL + your keyword/market Submit URL + your keyword/market Suggest URL + your keyword/market Your Region + Add url/market your keywords + "directory/market
4) Create a great content site, if your site has great content or something that no one else offers you will find over time people will link to you because they feel that you have great content or service(s). It takes a lot of time to get links from other web sites this way, but it is well worth time. You should write artless that are related to your site's market, if you are not that great at writing articles or not sure where to start have a look at articlecity.com to get articles that you can publish on your site.
5) Put your signature at end of each of your posts at forums. Join forums that are related to your site's market and post about subjects that you know about with your signature at end of message. Some forums allow this, but not all do allow this, so you should make sure it's allowed by checking web site's rules or term of services that you have to agree to. Also don't go around spamming forums with your links because this WILL make you hated more than you are liked and will make visitors not trust your site.
Matt Colyer is the owner of the www.superiorwebmaster.com. He also is a php, CGI and ASP developer.
How To Find Relevant Web Sites For Link ExchangesWritten by Sandi Moses
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At some point in time, other webmasters will begin to contact you requesting to exchange links. Ta-daahhh! You’ve made it! The first thing you need to do is visit their site. Is their site relevant to yours? Are you comfortable putting a link to their site on yours? Would you want your Grandma to visit your site and follow that link? If answer is yes, then put up link. E-mail them back to thank them for offer and to let them know where on your site you put their link. If you are not comfortable putting link on your site, don’t worry about it. You will get requests from people who obviously didn’t read that you prefer not to link to casinos and Viagra sites or whatever, and you will get requests to exchange links with sites that have absolutely nothing to do with your site’s subject matter. Just ignore them, or you could reply and politely decline. Now here comes some more Golden Rule stuff. NEVER turn down somebody because their site or links page isn’t ranked high enough! Remember that you once had a whole site of “0” ranked pages and were so grateful for any of exchanges you could get. Return favor. Remember that you were new once and others helped you. Remember that “Big Kahunas” on internet were new once and had “0” ranked pages that are now very highly ranked. That new person you agree to link to today could be tomorrow’s next “Big Kahuna.” Remember that Google has pulled rug out from under people before and likely will do it again. Today’s top site could be tomorrow’s cellar dweller, and next week some site could shoot out of nowhere to top. You don’t have to put their “0” page on your “6” or “7” home page, but do exchange links with them somewhere on your site. It’s right thing to do.
Sandi Moses has been involved in internet marketing since November, 2003. Visit her sites at http://www.123iwork4me.com http://www.123-home-based-business-works-4-me.com