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If your site is really excellent in design, very useful and is always updated; chances are, people will really link to your site even without your knowledge. On my site, I accomplish this actively by constantly submitting articles like the one's you're reading. Also, most importantly, is you religiously submit your site to search engines and directories. Submit it in one easy way. http://www.Nabaza.com/submit.htm
Advantages of Linking:
If you do this one, you'll be surprise at the extra traffic that links from other sites can generate.
Whenever, I do a search on any search engine, I see sites that always refer back to my site. These sites have subscriber base of 140,000 and up. Thanks Newslinx.
You need not encourage duplication but you need to be linked.
How to do it?
Send individual emails, not mass mails. I won't exchange links with sites that sends out an email containing a header: Hello, Fellow webmaster or one that has a mail extractor signature. I need someone on that same category. If someone doesn't take his time in writing me a customized email then it's not that important.
I need competitors that will become co-op sites with me. I know that I've gathered everything essential to the web but there are sites out there that have gathered even more so I need to exchange links with them to complement my site. Don't be afraid to lose your visitors, if your content isn't good enough to get them to return. You never really "had" them in the first place.
2. Do unto others what you want them to do to you.
Be polite in your e-mails. Don't assume that you know it all when it comes to a particular site. Treat everyone as your friend and potential customers. Who knows? It might be even before you finish your personalized email, someone already linked to you. Give and it shall be given to you.
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