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Posted 02 August 2013 - 04:34 PM
I’m looking to see if anyone thinks the following linking strategy could be a concern in terms of unnatural links or spammy links.
Our company provides event registration software and our clients use our system to build registration forms for the events that they put on. Out system gives each registration form a URL like ourdomain.com/name-of-event where “ourdomain” is the domain name we use for our marketing website and “name-of-event” can be anything that our client chooses.
Most clients post a link from their website pointing to their registration form on our server, usually with a button image or anchor text such as “Register Now”.
At the bottom of each form we have our logo and company name and some anchor text that points back to our home page.
Posted 03 August 2013 - 07:30 AM
They are linking to it for a reason, how can it be 'spammy'
Posted 06 August 2013 - 10:32 AM
Thanks for the reply.
Many of the registration forms clients create are similar/follow the same format, header image and event details, contact information fields, registration options, info in the footer. Some clients might have 10 forms running on our system, with 10 links from their website, meaning that we have 10 links from similar pages pointing to our home page, just from one client.
Maybe my concern is more a link quantity issue. We aren't trying to be misleading at all, so just want to make sure that it wouldn't be seen that way.
Posted 06 August 2013 - 01:02 PM Best Answer
It doesn't sound like a problem for them to do what you are saying, but it's certainly not a link building strategy!
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