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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by daytrader, Oct 9, 2011.
are you open to exchange links with your closest competitor that gave a bad review to your site?
That would be like giving a hug to a person you know is backstabbing you. Would you want to be doing business with someone that doesnt support you? I think it's just a matter of principle. I personally would not.
That make sense though. but maybe building bridges will help us both since he initiate an email about this.
wanna hear some other thoughts.
Can you give us some more details please?
If he were higher ranking than me I would prefer to snoop on his keywords and find out which ones he's getting the higher rank on
Depends, if i can get huge benefit from it, then i dont mind....lol
when i refuse to exchange links, he then offer to buy links. i wonder why because he ranks a bit higher than my site
It because your link is relevant to their site, so they willing to make such offer. Yahoo and Bing are competitor, but they can work together. If it is benefit to us, we should exchange it.
A link exchange isn't worth much any more, so no. The best links are one way.
I wouldn't exchange free links, but if the competitor paid a lot more than original price, than I would put a link on my site.
Why link to that competitor where there are plenty of sites out there to link to.
Exactly thats why i did refuse him. However i did gave him links from another site that i have. Maybe we can share later what experiences he encounter that may also affect me.
I like always but our competitor refused always.
I wouldn't change no cost hyperlinks, but if the competition compensated a lot more than unique cost, than I would put a hyperlink on my website.
Maybe we can expose later what activities he working experience that may also effect me.
I will never do so.