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Exchanging links is a practice that everyone knows and of which much is spoken. I have not had particularly good experience, people who write for trade, then end up deleting the link to my site to benefit themselves with the link I made them.

It could also move to other circumstances, where bloggers who always asked me for help or me to join their efforts and when I ask for something, do distracted or look away. Obviously, then they can not expect from me as before. People always ask and never give anything in return does not like anyone.

But back to the main theme. Exchanging links is a common practice, but honestly can lend itself to many abuses, especially those who do not know and even those who know. I could tell you where very close, but I reserve the names.


Thus, I will share with you a few tips when making link exchanges.


1、To avoid future trouble, I advise not to trade links with webmasters who know. It is preferable to carry out exchanges of posts or entries, where they include links to our blogs and so reciprocally. Thus, it is more difficult to erase the link to our site。

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Each blog has links to al-page we have links in the content, we have links in the sidebar, we have links footer navigation links … everything. This is what Google links in the same manner with equal weighting or otherwise? Is the question.

Well, technically, it’s easy to be wrong for us. Usually, webmasters and SEO links on PageRank and traffic seen on a website based. Almost every link exchange request that I ask, Text-links on the sidebar or through the door, with the typical “contextual links to a few lines text.

I want to say that “some text” is not really contextual. She bought a single keyword text links – Google  has  found – lock your Page Rank. And now you have to repeat it. Not good.

In my humble opinion, the “contextual links” are those who are in the textual content, in real time, or a copy of the article. Both can easily find you and me, what contextual and it is not. And the Google-bots are smart.

To add just a few lines of text before and after the link “buy” does not pop.

Return to the topic, all these links in different places on the same side placed, have the same meaning? As you already understood, No.

Links at the bottom of the page or the title, probably the left navigation or the copyright / TOS-link, since the majority of sites used in this way. And know the Google bots.

They would place more emphasis on links, the contents appear to give product. Footer links to get links to box / probably less important by Google, but the links in the content would be considered more important.

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