Find Free Advertising Opportunities - Free Link Exchange
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A lot of webmasters instinctively shy away from the words ďlink exchange.Ē This is a well-known and long-standing online advertising method wherein sites agree to exchange links with each other. Hereís how it works: web site A has a link to web site B; web site B has a link to Web site A.
This is a very simple concept and itís been widely used online, but many shy away from link exchange for several reasons. One drawback to link exchange is often placement. The link to your site, for instance, might be shoved in the middle of a page filled with nothing but links.
But these days, link exchange has grown a bit more modern and professional. Some programs are so sophisticated now, in fact, itís almost impossible to think of them as being link exchange agreements at all. When link exchange is elevated to the next level, itís ad exchange. Itís more than that; itís a great free advertising opportunity.
Sites like AdLeaf provide a valuable service that makes link exchange a viable form of free advertising. When you join the AdLeaf network, youíll be given a simple code to place on your site. This code becomes an ad which provides a link to another site in the AdLead network. Likewise, an ad for your site will be displayed on a different site, elsewhere on the network.
AdLeaf provides the network of sites, you create the ad that will show off your pages, and in the end you have a small piece of your site thatís dedicated to a single AdLeaf ad. Itís a pretty fair trade, and itís a pretty good way to turn link exchanges into real free advertising opportunities. AdLeaf can also be used specifically for blogs if you want to promote these pages as well.
Want to find free advertising opportunities? There are many, many link/ad exchange sites on the Internet which can help you expand your online promotions. Search for the site that appeals to you, or take advantage of several agreements at the same time. After all, agreements like these cost you nothing but a little Web space.
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