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Reciprocal links - what they are and why they are good for business.

Thanks for having a look at this page.

Like myself, I am sure you would like to increase traffic flow to your website, after all - that's why we have a site isn't it?

The present version of this site is the result of a lot of years of "dabling" with websites, SEO and poor attempts at some kind of html code (Kompozer - thank you).
The one thing that keeps coming up when I look for ways to improve traffic to my site is reciprocal linking.
Up to a few days ago, i didn't see it as a credible way to increase traffic but I thought "what the hell, it's free!"

To quote https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/R/reciprocal_link.html

"A reciprocal link is an agreement between two webmasters to provide a hyperlink within their own website to each other's site. Generally this is done to provide readers with quick access to related sites, or to show a partnership between two sites."

Great, and it also increases traffic flow - another quote from 
https://www.associateprograms.com/articles/how-to-get-reciprocal-links.html

How to get reciprocal links

1. Reciprocal links are arranged when two web sites agree to link to each other.
2. They increase your web site traffic, from people who click on the links.
3. Reciprocal links also play a major role in boosting your rankings in search engines.

It just takes a little co-operation from both sides and the benefits will soon start to show.
All it needs at the bare minimum is a plain and simple text link. Or if you want, you can use an image I can send you that you use as a clickable link.

The internet is a network and networks work best when they have no breaks - so let's get linking!

Please contact me with the form provided.
I will send our logo if you request it and then we can communicate if we have any questions or problems or indeed other ideas.

I very much look forward to being your linked partner.

James.

Reciprocal Link - Site Details

Would you like a .png file of our site logo for the link?