Getting Links To Your Site - Free Directory Listings...
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Free Directory Listings:
You need to be very careful with free directory listings as the links are generally of very poor quality and do not help your sites rankings at all.
The good directories will ask for a reciprocal link from you, stick to these and try to avoid a completely free directory listing that does not get anything from you in return.
These guys will generally try selling your information to make money – and I think we can all do without the additional email spam. We all have to gain something from a deal either by receiving money or a link, if a deal sounds too good to be true and nothing is expected from you, watch out! If you have any questions in regards to a specific directory listing please ask about it in the forums first or send me a PM, I am happy to help.
Avoid “Free for All Link” or FFA schemes as they are better known as these are seen as “Bad Neighborhoods” by the search engines. These links will not do you any good!
About The Author
Terry Echols is a publisher at http://www.netonesolutions.com aimed at the aspiring home based internet business owner. He also hopes to educate his readers on acquiring multiple sources of online income. He is also the owner of http://www.CostumersNetwork.com, an online retailer of Halloween Costumes and Accessories.
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