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Setting Up A Directory With Reciprocal Links Within Your Website


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#1 Smithers

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 06:00 AM

I have noticed that quite a lot of websites have set up directories in the link sections of their sites.

Does reciprocal linking on this scale work? With things like <name of product removed>, I get a lot of link offers from irrelevant sites - i was under the illusion that for SEO purposes it's best to keep reciprocal linking to sites in keeping with your own? Or is it worth my setting up a mini-directory within my site?

Would really appreciate if anyone can shed any light on this as I hear a lot of conflicting opinions.

Thanks!

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Posted 19 June 2009 - 09:52 AM

Welcome Smithers ! hi.gif

No the directory as links doesn't really work, other than to possibly make it easier as a platform to manage the links if you have a ton of outgoing links. Frankly, none of my sites have that many. Nor do the vast majority need that many. If they're not a directory. wink1.gif

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Posted 27 June 2009 - 08:18 PM

QUOTE(Randy @ Jun 19 2009, 09:52 AM) View Post
Welcome Smithers ! hi.gif

No the directory as links doesn't really work, other than to possibly make it easier as a platform to manage the links if you have a ton of outgoing links. Frankly, none of my sites have that many. Nor do the vast majority need that many. If they're not a directory. wink1.gif


I would not recommend this - often times buried links come from pages with no PR value....be careful that when you exchange links that you are getting a sitewide link, blogroll link, or a nice resource page link that is coming from a page with some PR juice!




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