Posts Tagged with "reciprocal links"

Link Buying: Is EVERY Link Purchased?

Thursday, February 21st, 2008

Much has been made in recent months of whether it’s effective, or even kosher, to purchase links for your website. The debate still rages on over whether the search engines penalize you for buying links in general or only when links are purchased from sources that are obviously selling links only for ranking purposes and selling […]

Link Popularity or Link Pop?

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Once you have your website up and running, you may be shocked if, after a few months, you aren’t getting any visitors and you’re still in the dungeons of the major search engines. If you have good content, lots of SEO and a great product or service, what’s keeping you from being seen? It’s most […]

Reciprocal Linking The Right Way

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

There seems to be a lot of negativity surrounding reciprocal linking by SEO "gurus" and amateurs alike, most notably in the various internet forums. Reciprocal links, according to the naysayers, are virtually worthless because they supposedly do not help your search rankings or pass Google PageRanks to your site. Reciprocal linking is a perfectly natural and […]