Link Exchanges- Friendly Advice

Link Exchanges- Friendly Advice

I just wanted to make aware to the public who are paying to use Link Exchanges to get heavier traffic online and boosting their page rank in Google. Please be advised that this type of 'exchange' can very well get you booted off of Google and blacklisted by them! It's happened to many people and it's a very important tip. If you are on a Link Exchange, and have not been booted off yet; you MAY. Google is very smart and eventually they catch on. ;) Be careful when dealing with companies that claim to get you higher ranking and more visitors to your site- you could very well be paying for a robot that makes the visits to your site :shock: It's sneeky but there are companies out there that claim it. So, just letting you all know to be careful... the best way to find out more is to contact Google directly asking about Link Exchange or contact Computer Evolution (not advertising here! :shock: ) they can give you a breakdown of what you can and can't do on the net (if your not a pro that is)...



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