Makaveli2007 - 9:27 am on Nov 12, 2010 (gmt 0)
@planet13: I agree that this is the way it should be done :-). unfortunately, everyone doesnt think that way hehe. now let me ask you - if someone e-mailed you with a link to a relevant page on his website...that makes youthink "this page is relevant to a page of mine, and man i wish i had written that", would you give him a link based on a link request, too? or are you much more inclined to link out freely, than if someone asks you to (nicely)? just curious...
@Sgt_Kickaxe: if I may ask - what other negative experiences did you have with them? I cantotally see how this might be a big turn-off if a webmaster has had experiences like that in the past, just trying to dig deep to figure it all out ;).
were those "high quality" sites e.g. sites that looked like the webmaster cared a ton about them? or your average website? ...im wondering how good people like that are at disguising their spammy techniques....and if someone with a great website could still get a link from you if he had some highly useful content on it.
would you trust someone if they had a great site+business details listed+contacted you over the phone,etc...? or not really a chance that youre gonna trust a stranger enough to give out a link? just curious!