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Msg#: 423 posted 12:10 pm on Aug 22, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hi to all,
I know it's a topic discussed and discussed but i would like to know which is your way of hunting links. I mean, we all know there are sites like
*www.marketleap.com/ or
and we all look for our competitors links and sometimes statistics and in specific directories and we do million of searches to find godd links.
But have any of you got a sort of guideline in links hunting ? And did you know of any others tools or tips in this specific sector?



[edited by: paynt at 3:02 pm (utc) on Aug. 22, 2002]
[edit reason] *edited to delink [/edit]



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Msg#: 423 posted 12:21 pm on Aug 22, 2002 (gmt 0)

If your site is an extention of a physical location, a shop for instance you could do walk of the local area and find shops with site that would not be in competion which may enhance. Once you had checked them out you could approach them personally and tell of the benefits etc. Create a section called "parnters" which I noted being mentioned here a while back

I have not done this yet, but I am planning to do it this Saturday when I visit the town in which a site is based. I think it will work. If I can prove it works to the site owner I am hoping to get her doing the legwork. :)


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