How To Increase Your Traffic Using Reciprocal Links

Written by Jason Tarasi

Could you use an extra 500,000 visitors to your site each year?

What if I told you there was a way to do this for free, usingrepparttar time it takes you to watch your favorite TV show each week, would you be interested?

I'm sure you would tell me to stop hittingrepparttar 138605 bottle so hard, it isn't possible.

Well you would be wrong on both counts. For starters, I don't drink. Secondly, it is possible to rake in huge amounts of traffic for free.

How do I know this? Simply put, I am living proof it works.

I don't pay a single dime in advertising costs, and it only takes a few hours a month to produce this traffic.

So what is my secret? Reciprocal links!

Reciprocal linking is one ofrepparttar 138606 most powerful and effective advertising concepts onrepparttar 138607 Web. Yet it is vastly underutilized by most Webmasters.

I have thousands of links pointing to my site:

These links are responsible for 75% of my traffic.

I almost feel guilty that I am able to generate this traffic so easily.

Here isrepparttar 138608 secret to my success: Everything is automated!

I simply don't have time to manually add my partners new links by hand. Therefore, I have a site engine that allows my partners to enter their site information, then tells them how to add my link to their Website.

It is so simple, that I'm astounded more Webmasters don't utilize these techniques.

Here is a quick start guide to automating your linking strategies:

1.) Chooserepparttar 138609 right software

You must have a way for link partners to add their Website information automatically. There are dozens of software programs onrepparttar 138610 Web that will accomplish this.

I personally use Reciprocal Manager:

Alert: New HIPAA Rules Could Affect Your Organization's Email System

Written by Paul Judge

On April 21, 2005, a new Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) security rule went into effect. The requirements of this rule, which are basically information security best practices, focus onrepparttar three cornerstones of a solid information security infrastructure: confidentiality, integrity and availability of information.

The HIPAA regulatory requirements encompass transmission, storage and discoverability of Protected Health Information (PHI). Givenrepparttar 138604 widespread use and mission-critical nature of email, enforcement of HIPAA encryption policies andrepparttar 138605 growing demand for secure email solutions, email security has never been more important torepparttar 138606 healthcare industry than it is right now.

Although many assume it applies only to health care providers, HIPAA affects nearly all companies that regularly transmit or store employee health insurance information. HIPAA was signed into law in 1996 by former President Bill Clinton, withrepparttar 138607 intent of protecting employee health and insurance information when workers changed or lost their jobs. As Internet use became more widespread inrepparttar 138608 mid-to-late 1990s, HIPAA requirements overlapped withrepparttar 138609 digital revolution and offered direction to organizations needing to exchange healthcare information.

HIPAA inrepparttar 138610 Workplace Collaboration between employers and healthcare professionals has grown increasingly digital, and email has played an ever-increasing role in this communication. However, emailís increased importance can lead to severe consequences without proper security and privacy measures implemented.

In addition torepparttar 138611 usual concerns about privacy and security of email correspondence, even organizations that are not inrepparttar 138612 healthcare industry must now considerrepparttar 138613 regulatory compliance requirements associated with HIPAA. The Administrative Simplification section of HIPAA, which, among other things, mandates privacy and security of Protected Health Information (PHI), has sparked concern about how email containing PHI should be treated inrepparttar 138614 corporate setting. HIPAA, as it relates to email security, is an enforcement of otherwise well-known best practices that include:

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