[thelist] Fear of linking

Asif Suria asifsuria at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 18 11:47:06 CDT 2005

I have also considered a linking strategy for my stock
investment newsletter website that I launched last
month but am not very happy with the commercial
products available out there. I once used a search
engine submission product that was offered by
GoDaddy.com and started receiving a ton of spam.

If anyone on this list is interested in legitimate
link exchanges, please contact me offlist. My website
is http://www.sinletter.com


--- "Sales @ Lycosa" <sales at lycosa.co.uk> wrote:

> I run seo and web promotion for my clients, but one
> client is fearful of
> running a linking strategy. The site in question is
> http://www.heald.uk.com 
> They are worried about linking to related sites
> because the security
> industry is very cut throat, and comparable
> companies will sell related
> products they don't usually stock. For example, a
> CCTV firm might source
> bollards for their client, rather than sell them the
> CCTV system only,
> with a recommendation of where to get the bollards.
> I advised them that this would really only work face
> to face or over the
> phone, as web visitors will simply go elsewhere if
> they don't find what
> they are looking for.
> I want to implement a linking strategy for my
> customer because their
> search engine rankings have plummeted over the past
> year. Not that
> reciprocal linking is necessarily the most important
> factor, but I feel
> that their site is a bit isolated.
> Any thoughts or comments would be most appreciated.
> Thanks.
> Phil Parker
> Lycosa Web Services Ltd
> sales at lycosa.co.uk
> http://www.lycosa.co.uk
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