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Would you mind if we are link to eachother?
Help ourselves!!!
Horasz




msg:416784
 9:57 am on Nov 23, 2000 (gmt 0)

Dear All,

Help ourselves! I don't want to organize a linking directory. I would like to if this topic giving an opportunity to everyone to find webmaster whom wants to changeing links. I thinks we all know the 1pixel trick. With that we can help eachother to improve linkpop.

I'm offering an inviseble links, to your site.
My sites:
[antal.com...]
www.resumesift.com
www.antalcontracts.com
www.antaltemps.com

Horasz

 

Marcia




msg:416785
 1:11 am on Nov 24, 2000 (gmt 0)

>we all know the 1 pixel trick

Horasz, I hate to be a skeptic, but I think the search engines also know the 1 pixel trick - and anything invisible kind of gets me a bit nervous.

Also, there are different weightings to different links, as well as the importance of keywords being used in text links. I think a safer strategy is to get some high quality directory listings and work on getting some significant relevant reciprocal links. Seems much better, because linking from irrelevant sites can't be worth very much.

Better to err on the side of caution - I for one would hate to get caught doing anything that could cause me to have to start all over from square one again. I don't think there are too many tricks they're not on to, and how about the risk of a human review?

Better to take a little more time and play it safe - wouldn't you agree?

chiyo




msg:416786
 3:48 am on Nov 24, 2000 (gmt 0)

Horasz, you may not know all the experiments that have been carried out re this, and the general view that this type of artificial linking is a waste of time, and could even be dangerous. Marcia has summarized them well. Also Unless links are relevant, they are almost useless.

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