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The Right Way to Build Reciprocal Links
By: Katie Gatto
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    Table of Contents:
  • The Right Way to Build Reciprocal Links
  • Technique One: Capitalize on existing links to your site
  • Technique Two: Comment on your target sites
  • A few questions

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    The Right Way to Build Reciprocal Links - A few questions

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    I don’t have an RSS feed reader. How do I get one?

    This is pretty basic. Just go to Google and put in RSS feed reader. Once you do that, you should have your pick of readers. Just sign up for one, and then you can add it to your feed reader by using the button (or link) that says “RSS” or “Add to RSS” on the blogs that you want to follow.

    How do I find sites to target?

    You can begin with a general search engine like Google, but you will get better results with a blog specific site like Blog Catalog. There are also sites like Digg and De.lic.ious that can help you to find an array of sites. Just try the searches out with a variety of relevant keywords.

    How do I know when I’ve got enough links to and from a site?

    Well, you should get a matching number of links in and out, or at least as close as possible. Exact numbers will vary.

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