Buying and Selling Text Links

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All of us seasoned webmasters know that today PR isrepparttar key to long term success of a site. CPC and banner advertising can only take you so far. To get Joerepparttar 119369 new internet user on your site you need to rank high inrepparttar 119370 search engine listings.

So you have a new site, optimized with allrepparttar 119371 bells and whistles. You have also hand submitted it to allrepparttar 119372 free directories. Currently you are advertising by CPC and banners, traffic is trickling in. However when one does a search for your keywords, your website is listed no 20 inrepparttar 119373 results? How do you get it to no 10?

PR isrepparttar 119374 answer to rank high inrepparttar 119375 search listings. To get a high PR you need incoming links from high PR pages.

But who will link to your new site?

Today getting that free link is almost impossible. So has come up withrepparttar 119376 innovative idea of auctioning links. This works both ways Webmasters looking for a new revenue stream can sell text links on there site, getting some much needed revenue while webmasters looking for text links can bid onrepparttar 119377 links being sold.

Exchange Links but Carefully

Written by Mufad

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There are several factors that determinerepparttar 119372 benefit that you get when you exchange links with any website. Sometimes you may be giving away some of your hard earned PR (Page Rank) without getting it back in return. While it is debatable ifrepparttar 119373 primary purpose of exchanges isrepparttar 119374 traffic orrepparttar 119375 PR gain, a combination of both these motivations is usually present when we exchange links. Apart fromrepparttar 119376 direct traffic, some ofrepparttar 119377 other factors that help to determinerepparttar 119378 value of an incoming link are

1> The PR and number of links The higherrepparttar 119379 PR ofrepparttar 119380 page linking to your site,repparttar 119381 betterrepparttar 119382 link in general. The PR that a page has, gets distributed between allrepparttar 119383 links on that page, sorepparttar 119384 PR andrepparttar 119385 number of links together should be used to determinerepparttar 119386 worth of a link. You can userepparttar 119387 PR Checker tool at to comparerepparttar 119388 pr transfer figures, this tool provides an exact value forrepparttar 119389 estimated pr transfer based on a presumed formula.

2> Direct or Redirected Link Some sites like to keep track of which link gets how many clicks. Many people believe that this will preventrepparttar 119390 PR from flowing; generally this is true but not always. A 302 redirect is a temporary redirect which does not passrepparttar 119391 PR, where as a 301 permanent redirect allowsrepparttar 119392 PR to flow. For example, seerepparttar 119393 google back links at you will find that allrepparttar 119394 links are redirected from - This is true for all our ebooks for sale at - Sorepparttar 119395 point I am making is that not all redirected links are bad. The HTTP Headers tool inrepparttar 119396 IP Toolbox at can be used to find out ifrepparttar 119397 redirect is a 301 or 302. It is a good idea to allowrepparttar 119398 partner webmasterrepparttar 119399 choice of a direct link or a redirected link as done at our link submission page for our links directory at

3> Meta Tags The robots meta tags determines if a page will be indexed byrepparttar 119400 searchengine or not. Ifrepparttar 119401 page linking to you has a meta tag like then there is no use of a link from that page

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