How to Avoid Being Cheated on Reciprocal Link Exchanges

Jan 30, 2006 • 8:53 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Link Building Tips & SEO
 

Outstanding post by martinibuster, moderator of the Link Building Forum at WebmasterWorld, on the thread named I was Cheated on a Reciprocal Link. His advice?

Basically, - You don't exchange links with any page with a white bar. - Don't exchange links with any site that has a huge link directory - Always view the source code to make sure there's no monkey business - Always check the robots.txt to make sure there's no monkey business - Always check the backlinks of any sites they are linking to to make sure they show up as a backlink - Never trade links with anyone who approaches you for links - Always trade links with those that you approach - There are probably more things to keep in mind when trading links.

Of course those last too lines can become circular and the forum thread gets a bit into that, as well as adding a few more tidbits, including this one....

The link page should be in google cache (and not be too different from the original page!)

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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