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High PR WebDir but Reciprocal?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Mayas, May 4, 2011.

  1. Mayas

    Mayas Regular Member

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    Should i submit into high PR Directories 4-6 which require reciprocal links?

    Advance thanks :)
     
  2. Autumn

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    You may get good results if you're getting a good hardlink and especially if the link is going to send some traffic too. Their root index page might be PR 6, but in all likelihood the page you'll actually be getting a link from will be some shitty interior page with little link juice.

    I would personally exhaust all of your non-reciprocal options before I started doing recip links, especially with generic directories. Recip links are generally considered low quality links. If you are going to do recip links, you're probably better off finding high PR sites in your niche first (eg. niche blogs) and recip linking with them before you do reciprocal directory submits.
     
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  3. Mayas

    Mayas Regular Member

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    No, i submitted my home page, approve time was fast also backlink was counted.

    Thanks for giving me idea of exchanging link.

    Now i have two questions:

    1- How can i find non-reciprocal but High PR directories which allow deep linking. ( must be free ) :p

    2- How about submitting non-reciprocal link to PR 4 or higher directories, which internal link is of course 0.