Posted 26 January 2006 - 12:36 PM
Posted 28 January 2006 - 01:32 AM
Traditional link purchasing isn't likely to help you natural SEO. They should be thought of as a way of bringing in traffic from the link, not increase your ranks. If you want purchased links to help with SEO you need to get creative.
Depending on how you reciprocate links they may or may not help as well. Stay away from link exchanges, trading links with every tom dick and sally, link farms, and trading links that wouldn't benefit the users of either site. If you want to trade links with relevant related sites that's fine. But trading sites with a Cash Advance company when you're selling flowers isn't going to help.
The new buzz word for linking these days is "LinkBait". This just pretty much means doing things that will attract natural links. If you can get them, natural links are the way to go.
Posted 28 January 2006 - 07:46 AM
Paid links from Business.com and Yahoo.com can be very beneficial to your ranking, especially long term, so you need to be able to demonstrate the benefits of a listing in the larger directories.
In the vast majority of cases, Google does not know whether you paid for a link or not.
Here is my argument for why reciprocal links are less useful. If everybody on the planet reciprocated links with each other, lets say there were 10 million websites, and they each had 9,999,999 outbound links, then no-one would distinguish themselves from the pack.
The people who do distinguish themselves from the pack do so using one way links, purchased or non-purchased.
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