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Best Way To Add A "links" Page To A Corporate Site
Posted 22 September 2004 - 11:25 AM
We do have a customer page where I am acquiring links from and to all of them, but that is just part of my plan. Any ideas??
Thanks for any help!
Posted 22 September 2004 - 11:33 AM
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Posted 22 September 2004 - 04:29 PM
Posted 22 September 2004 - 05:09 PM
Directories are very professional and renaming it to something other than "LINKS" definitely helps. You'll find that others also link to you willingly because your directory is well thought out and useful. I use the term network, but I've also used the term resource, library, neighborhood and so on - depends on the audience. Again, a directory could give you a solid base for obtaining non-reciprocal links because it builds your credibility and worthiness in your field.
Posted 23 September 2004 - 01:41 PM
I have site A, which I want to promote, I then make a directory called site B. I add customers, and related sites to start, and then once it gets going other sites will ask to publish their link etc. But how does that boost the link populairty for Site A?
Do you know what i mean?
Unless you add the directory directly on your site...... Then that gets back to the professinalism of it. If this is what you meant, kepa, could you send me an example of site that does this.
Posted 23 September 2004 - 02:01 PM
This topic could focus on your question from two perspectives Lastzion, let's look at this from both angles.
If the directory was to be on your site, categorize it by topic to make it easy for your visitors to view. Add your links in and around the others so your products are always showcased. After all, this IS your website.
If you decide to create a seperate, niche directory, adding your link along the bottom is fine. Would look more professional if you disclosed somewhere that the directory is yours. Take an ad out on relevant pages with a link back to your site. The directory is yours, you're PAYING for it, use it.
Creating niche industry directories can be a benefit to your site and those within your community regardless if done on your site or sepearately.
Posted 23 September 2004 - 02:28 PM
From what i understand, using the in-house idea the main site would have a boost in link populiarity and more traffic would be driven directly to the site as well.
With a seperate directory, the traffic is not going to the "main site"; a visitor would have to click on a specified link to get them where i would want them to be. And who is say they wouldn't find something better there. Which is fine, but my main site is still not getting the link popularity out of it, which is my whole reason for the directory to begin with.
Am i missing anything/?
Does anyone have an example of an 'in-house directory"?
Posted 24 September 2004 - 02:30 AM
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