Making Reciprocal links Work For You

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Making Reciprocal links Work For You
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6 th Jun 2004
Are you generating enough links back to your web site through a reciprocal link system?
This article will give you a couple of ideas of how you can get visitors to provide you with a link back to your site and make that reciprocal link work at its best.

Simply by having a links page may not be enough. Search engines are smarter and so are computer users. Every day new content is added to the web that might be good or bad content. One of the main functions of a search engine is to weed out the good from the bad. So if you do have a simple “links page” make sure
the descriptions provided by your reciprocators are detailed enough for the engine to crawl and return good content. If your site is not a link directory, try to
incorporate your links pages into your sites pages. Embedding links in pages that only pertain to the content on that page. This will definitely get your page ranked higher compared to having links on a page with a bunch of other random links such as on a typical links page.

An idea you can use to generate links and links back to your site is by asking your visitors to reciprocate if they join your service, (as simple as subscribing to a monthly newsletter) making it a requirement. An example of this might be as follows:

You have patent an idea to create art from aluminum beer cans. Your art consist of various brands of beer. A piece of your art might consist of one brand or a variety of brands composed into a collogue. How to promote this novel idea? Offer other relating websites to provide your site with content. Explain to them that their content could be a promotion of their own site by means of an article or example of their services. Before they can give you content they must have a link located somewhere on their site. When you have visited their site to check for your link then you would post their content onto your site. You could create pages that contain an article like: “How to brew your own beer” written by recipicalwebsite.com. and on that page you would make sure that your aluminum beer can art has a nice blurb with a link to a detail page or “Purchase Art Here” page. You can see how this can lead into a three
fold win-win situation.

You get a reciprocal link.

You get new content.

You get to promote your product on a new page.

Your reciprocator gets a new page that promotes their product.

This is just one idea and brief in explanation at that. If you don’t quite get it let me know and I will try to explain in a different manner.

If you are a new media professional such as a web designer or graphic artist you can test this idea at NADmedia.net. You can submit your content by providing a link back to NADmedia.net. just visit the site for details. NADmedia.net gets indexed on a daily basis from Google so your 5 minutes will be well worth the time spent on the process of reciprocating.

Happy website promoting to you!


About author:
Rob Wiley has spent the last 14 years serving the media industry in fields involving graphic design, marketing, website design and development. His experience has been shared with numerous businesses that have profited from his advice and skills.

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