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8:40 pm on Aug 16, 2005 (gmt 0)

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i have a directory web site and i wish to place a link on another site, should i either:
1) send the link to the home page of my site or
2) send the link to the page that best suits where the links coming from, i.e
if it were a flower shop where the link were coming from should i send it to my best flower page or home page?
10:46 am on Aug 17, 2005 (gmt 0)

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You should link it to the page about flowers as it is the most relevant and relevance is key to SEO success
10:57 am on Aug 17, 2005 (gmt 0)

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thank you webwurld, where is there that i can get some good quality link backs or standard ones?
My site has been running now for just over 5 years, with my site being around it has probably been picked up by most?
it has a pr of 4, not listed in dmoz coz there totalally nice people over there! removed my site for no reason. I get get around 60`000 visitors per month and i want to increase that and get a higher pr?
Can you or anyone offer some suggestions?
12:25 pm on Aug 17, 2005 (gmt 0)

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where is there that i can get some good quality link backs or standard ones?

The best strategy imo:

For every targeted key phrase do:
1. Search for it with your targeted se's. Notice what pages (a) compete with yours (b).
2. For every competing page (a): search for all pages that link to it (c).
3. For every linking page (c) that's not already linking to a: Review that site. What's it about? What links are they apparently interested in? What can you do for them? Then send a nice personal e-mail with the kind request to link to b on c.

You could prioritize by picking fewer a's and selecting fewer c's based on relevance (and perhaps pr).

 

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