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NamesFacesPlaces
15th August 2002, 22:34
Anyone who wants to have reciprocal links between their site and ours, please drop a line to Feedback@NamesFacesPlaces.com

If there is any other way that you think that we can co-operate, please let us know.

NamesFacesPlaces
1st October 2002, 22:13
We've already reciprocally posted links to several sites now. Anyone else?

Arthur Guinness
2nd October 2002, 17:40
Hi NFP,

Didja get my email about the Red Ape Trail?

fiddleabout
4th October 2002, 11:49
Well b*gger me (not literally please) I was just talking to Rhino about this with a view to improving search rankings rather than expecting relevant traffic and up it pops again.

I'll try to find time to produce a links page for www.itdoctors.co.uk (http://www.itdoctors.co.uk) and contact NFP when done.
Any other takers ? We should have little conflict of interest with most here I suspect.

NamesFacesPlaces
5th October 2002, 16:42
No I didn't Arthur. Send it to me directly at gerrymclaughlin1@cox.net

fiddleabout
7th October 2002, 10:26
Well - I've put up a links page now with IBM and NFP featuring - I'm leaving the contact with NFP to our marketing executive (Rhino).

So - anybody else want to exchange links with us www.ITdoctors.co.uk (http://www.ITdoctors.co.uk) - my aim is more to improve search engine rankings (google especially keeps track of links to a site) than to gain traffic - providing there is some linkage between sites and no conflict of interest all parties can gain.

For that matter I'll do crosslinks with either of the sites in my sig but I doubt they would be appropriate for most folk here.

Spartans11
7th October 2002, 18:55
We'd be happy to exchange links to www.crickett.co.uk, I wouldn't know what to do to a mainframe :-)

Regards, J

fiddleabout
8th October 2002, 08:03
Nor do most - that's how we make a living :)

will contact you off-line

NamesFacesPlaces
9th October 2002, 18:27
"my aim is more to improve search engine rankings (google especially keeps track of links to a site)"

Not any more. Google have just changed it this month to stop people getting higher rankings for their sites by having more links.

fiddleabout
10th October 2002, 07:57
ho-hum...
doubt we are likely to get any relevant traffic from them - it's no advantage to us to have a load of contractors looking at it.

As a matter of interest where did you get that info - most engines are very secretive about their methods of ranking.

LiamP
10th October 2002, 16:03
I have just had a word with Google as i know a contact there and google continue to rank sites by links not only within there engine but also by partner affiliates they have. So the more links with sites that are relevant the better.

NamesFacesPlaces
16th October 2002, 20:28
"As a matter of interest where did you get that info - most engines are very secretive about their methods of ranking".

It was on www.TheRegister.co.uk on the day that I posted (or it might have been the day before).

Google wouldn't reveal their new algorithm, but said that too many people had been link bombing to get high rankings and they've sorted it out with their new rules.

Rhino
21st October 2002, 10:04
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Hi brothers crickett - did you get my email, supplying a link + logo and asking for the same from U? - sent about 2 weeks ago.

Spartans11
21st October 2002, 20:39
This done.

Afraid some work got in the way...

Regards, S

fiddleabout
3rd November 2002, 10:25
At last we've been indexed by google on our target phrase "mainframe programmer" and managed the first page of results. Time to think up a few more phrases and start optimising some pages for those :)

RobAnt
3rd November 2002, 13:51
Google Adwords produce results, and is relatively cheap too.