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Webmaster v the personal touch
trading reciprocal links

 4:12 pm on Sep 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hello active list followers,

This has been doing my head in for a while. I have always, asked of other webmasters, site guardians for reciprocal links, using my webmaster email address for which ever site i am building up links for, but i used my name for a site once and got immediate results.

So has anyone got it down cold, about whether the webmaster@xxx.com should ask or me@xxx.com for the best results in obtaining quality links?



 4:15 pm on Sep 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

I always use the personal address.......


 4:20 pm on Sep 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

From the other end of that e-mail (have gotten them many times), personal address presents a much friendlier image, IMHO.


 4:24 pm on Sep 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

Use a personal address... but not your real one.

If you hand out your real address, you never know where it might end up. Create an alias, say jim-bob@xxx.com, and use that. set your e-mail client to send/recieve on it, and there you go! Also helps with keeping correspondence in order (providing you don't have so many aliases, you can't remember whos who)


 4:49 pm on Sep 27, 2001 (gmt 0)

>Create an alias

We do that with SEs
Submit Email addy is SE@ourdomain.com
If our addy gets sold we will know it.
So if we start getting SPAM from ah-ha@ourdomain.com we can just filter it out.

billy fullerton

 8:05 am on Sep 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

Always go personal.

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