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Website Linking Strategies and The No Follow tag
By: Paul Easton
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    A website looking to get long term free traffic from the search engines, an understanding of website linking strategies needs to be applied.The strategy needs to fit your business model and must be maintained over time. Traffic from links, it takes time to see results.

    At this time, Google is winning the search engine war. The majority of webmasters approach a linking strategy purely for SEM (Search Engine Marketing). More links to a site is a key when looking to get found in Google

    The overall goal should be traffic results based, not purely for search engines.

    Links can take a long time to show up and help your rankings. A site that would help indirectly with search marketing results would be Wikipedia.

    This free online library allows edits to apply external links to the bottom its pages. The site has a many million pages and a vast amount of traffic

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