__/ [Big Bill] on Saturday 10 December 2005 09:02 \__
> On 9 Dec 2005 23:00:11 -0800, "mark r" <markrush@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>... and how do i source them?
>>ive searched for jewellery directory and loads of other phrases but
>>cant see any difference from sites ive already submited to - i used
>>hubfinder which said (surprise surprise( that yahoo and dmoz were
> I'd think famous jewellery manufacturers (God springs to mind!). You
> know what I mean - trade names. You might be ok linking to sites whose
> lines you don't actually carry if they have enough prestige.
> Maybe write a few pages about the refining processes for silver etc.
Yes, no harm in some original and properly-related content, provided that it
is not grabbed from elsewhere, e.g. Wikipedia. I spotted that as a
disturbing pattern, which some Webmasters cling onto and re-enforce through
the "if my competitor does it, then so can I" argument.
Roy S. Schestowitz
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