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- ---- Is reciprocal linking dead?
JohnieWalker - 10:28 pm on Aug 31, 2004 (gmt 0)
|Unless your site has enough natural links (like Amazon, msn, shopping.com, etc), you are always at risk of losing your traffic big time one day. Web sites take turns to be on the top. |
New sites get better ranking and old ones get pushed down until they are pushed out completely.
Why? They want all of us taste the sweetness of having good traffic and then take it away at a later time (either it takes couple of years or 5, 6 years).
Then you would have no choice but thinking about paid advertising.
Do you really think G tracks the date you entered into their database, and once you're old enough you're pushed down?!
Sorry, but this is not the case.
It might be that you were on top one day, but while they worked to change alg - your site remained the same.
Why did they change? ask the spammers.
Yes, Google was always here looking for money. In their begining days they offered their search tool. However, the SERPs have nothing to do with their money or your site's age.
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