[thelist] SEO Proposal

Jeff Hinds jeff.hinds at netagency.com
Thu Nov 9 08:55:02 CST 2006

It would be more beneficial to get one way links from websites that show up
in Google's Top 10 when searching for the clients keyword.
Find out where the competitors are getting their links from and seek the
same links. Try and get links from Authority sites in the clients industry.
Organizations and associations they are a part of or any built in networks
they already have established.



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[mailto:thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Mark A. MacInnes
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 5:32 AM
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Subject: [thelist] SEO Proposal


One of my clients has just received a proposal from an SEO company. They 
have no experience of SEO whatsoever and I, and my colleagues, only know 
some fairly general points about SEO. One of the points in the proposal 
is extremely worrying to us:

- Create a high number of (80+) websites to create reciprocal links to 
the company website

Now I remember reading that Google finds this type of thing basically 
evil and that Google banishes websites from its index when it finds 
companies doing this. Unfortunately, I can't find any links that prove this.

Does anyone have any experience of this or indeed know for sure if this 
is the case?

Thanks in advance!


- Awake & Dreaming -


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