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When beginning link development for a new site...

How long do you request links as a PR0 site?

5:53 pm on Dec 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Obviously it can take months to show that your site has a PR. And until that time arrives, quality link development is very difficult. Do you request, let's say for example 200 link exchanges, and the ones that you land - you give it a rest until PR updates - and then continue with link development?

Or do you just continually work at it, regardless of PR.

Cause we know, a lot of webmasters don't like link exchanging with PR0 sites.

6:17 pm on Dec 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I usually don't waste time until I get some PR to offer (at least 3). The success rate when you have PR is a lot higher.

To initially obtain some PR, buy links in directories.

8:27 am on Dec 26, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Yeah, rather than spending a lot of time trying to find partners for a new PR0 site, it might be better to just submit to the thousands of directories that accept free submissions.

I'll admit most won't do a whole lot of good, but you'll usually be able to pick up at least a handful of quality links that will stick with your site.