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3. Link Button - sized at 88 x 96 pixels and is usually animated. It signifies that your site is either "Powered By", "Managed By" or "Networked Sites of." Others runs each links on a contest, if you win you get 500+ additional exposures. go here: Nabaza.com Directory
Please refer to my "Highlights section".
4. Text Links - This one is easy. I see webmasters now are creating multiple web sites that are in a series of links to each one. You can also reference your links in this manner: www.Nabaza.com/search/
It's a good and ethical way of referring a web site to anyone if you like yourself to be credited. You can create any reference id you like as long as there's no space inserted.
5. Self-replicating Links:
Above links will take you to a sign-up page that will lead you to create your unique URL in a snap. It implements the principle of (MLM) multi-level marketing which I have discussed in my other article: "Multi-Level Marketing on the web" and also it would be an honor for me if you join me as your upline. :-)
6. Award Links - Award-giving web sites that promises their icon without any cash equivalent. It's a good way to decorate your site and boast of your excellence.
7. Ad Swapping - These are for those who are writing and publishing their own newsletters. It's an agreement or kind of payment that if you accept my ad for free I'll display your ad as well. I accept ad swapping from publishers.
Non-reciprocal links, on the other hand, can be a good source of hits for your site as well.
You need to actively encourage your visitors to link to your site by giving them instructions on how to do it. On your site, provide a "How to Link to Your site?" page. Create banners, buttons, or a cgi script that will make their life easy. On your part, you have to constantly develop and maintain a good site and give a reward to someone who will link to you, one example is this: http://www.LinkBuff.com
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