Links about this sort of thing! First of all, I personally think that Links has lost the meaning of "friendship", I believe that each site exchange Links is nothing more than to get some outside the chain! As for Links can bring much traffic I think most of the grassroots webmaster less, take me Links done a lot. But no website can bring me more than IP10 per day! My website is IP2000+, but it can’t bring more than 5 traffic to other people, so… Now we are so eager to do links, but just want to get a few outside the chain, and then dream every day to achieve a better ranking, so the link brings us a good dream,

the man said, "things always have a good side and a bad side.". With links, so that we can get the quality of the chain, if the exchange of more, may let your snapshot faster, ranking better. Of course, if you can achieve this state of mind, nothing more than happy, but the fact that I am also a webmaster, deeply aware of the links now hidden rules too much trouble too much. We have to take the time to check those links every day to see if they have been K or not. A Links have even been able to involve stationmaster condition, through technology to deceive others, false link, false PR. So because of this, only the online Links detection tool of the major sites, if Links really brought us what I believe is the greatest very convenient Links check website. So the link brings us a brand new industry,

Links early to enter the match time, you PR1 others PR5, this belongs to 2 people, no matter how hard PR1 you, others will not exchange with you. Links also promote the birth of the "link trading market", so the link has given some people the opportunity to make money, but also brought us, as long as the money, PR several times. So, the link brings us a strong money network!


may have links, we are more concerned about how our own web site to do more high-quality links, we seem to be crazy to add, to buy, to think of ways to black. And a website true connotation, everybody cares less however. So links sometimes seem to bring us irrationality. Link is only a promotion means of the website, and we should pay more attention to the connotation of the website, I believe that at that time, the link can bring us a bright money way!


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