On Sat, 28 May 2005 13:48:34 -0400, "Stacey"
>"Roy Schestowitz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Stacey wrote:
>>> "Paul Burke" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>> There goes my day for looking for Link exchanges :/
>>> That was the whole problem with PR. People relied to much on it instead
>>> looking at the quality of the site for a link exchange.
>> I don't exchange any links (I do not /think/ I do anyway) and when you
>> about it carefully, you should never need to spare time on artificially
>> boosting your rank/s.
>Do you give out links to other pages and do they ever extend a link back to
>you? That would be considered a link exchange. I feel there isn't anything
>wrong with link exchanges. I have them even with competitors. It is a way to
>bring you visitors more than what you can offer. I do not exchange links to
I found it useful just to see if sites were trying to stop PR leaking
out or not.
Also a good tool to indicate if a site is worth linking to.
Two examples I had recently:
One site had been online since 1999 ........ only had PR2 max on site.
Another site had a PR6 for it "links menu" page, but PR0 for the
I do not see it as a be-all-and-end-all tool, but the PR part of the
toolbar did have its uses.
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