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Site Rings and Reciprocal Links

By Dale Sexton
Posted Thursday, October 14, 2004

When I suggest site rings, some of you will say. "Ho hum...". Add reciprocal links to the equation and tell me what you think. Let me explain.

Make or join a site ring on reciprocal links. It must be more specific than reciprocal links, though. I built mine using 'web resources / reciprocal links'. I want my reciprocal links to be from 'web resources' web sites.

When someone joins the site ring, they agree to make a reciprocal links page. On this page, place all links to members that have already joined. On my site ring, it is on the members page and is also emailed to all members. Also place the site ring link on this reciprocal links page. In return, their link is added to the reciprocal links pages of all other members.

If you join a site ring, this is easy. If your the site ring owner, it could be some work. The pay off for being the site ring owner is that anyone joining will see your ads on the members pages and your update emails (not to mention your links on all those pages). I restrict my additions and mailings to once a week. Use what works for you.

Join one

Or build one.

In no time you can have a large list and reciprocal links group. Like all things you have to work it. Even free is not free.

About the Author
Dale Sexton owns & operates '', & publishes 'Small Business Tools magazine'. Both focus on tools & tips for small business. Sign up for 'SBT magazine' at: ( Need a 'Start Page' tool? Check out PageTool© (


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