Adult Links and Banner Exchange
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Increase your SEO rankings with high-quality backlinks exchange! Creating backlinks is an essential component of off-site SEO.
The process of obtaining these links is known as link building.
How does it work?
1. Contact Us and ask for our Code Banner, place it in a prominent position on your website. – Banner For the main page – Banner for Link page
Create one Ad with at least one product or service.
2. AFTER you added our banner to your website send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, send your link TXT or send us the code of your banner in different dimensions.
Do not forget: we love to be in the first or maximum in one click after the main page, we can offer the same opportunity.
Please note that the location
of our banners on your site will be recorded in our system, which automatically monitors if partners keep our banners.
If our banners are removed or made nofollow anytime in the future,
our system will detect it immediately and automatically remove your banner from all our sites.
Other Links exchange without posting ad in our portal will be added to This page
The Era of Link Exchange Platforms
To adhere to the new Google guidelines, some webmasters began a link exchange platform. In a typical scenario, a website owner who ran a travel website would ask the owner of another travel website for backlink exchange using the link exchange platform.
The idea of a link exchange platform was to offer a seemingly authentic method to abide by the new rules of Google’s updates. It seemed to work because website owners found it easier to exchange links that were not spammy and the links were also related to the niche. However, this only continued to a certain extent until the next Google update, which also penalized websites that had too many reciprocal links. A reciprocal link is an agreement between two webmasters to provide hyperlinks on each other’s website.
Evidence that Google Doesn’t Hate Link Exchange
As a rule of thumb, keep link exchanges to less than 10% to 15% of your overall link building strategy. A recent Ahrefs study highlighted that almost every major website has reasonable link exchange on their website.
According to the study, the average reciprocal link on websites studied was 11.16%. It also noted that out of 16% of the websites, over 20% of links were reciprocal.
However, it was also noted that the research had included only the websites that were not penalized by Google. If Google had penalized websites, they were not available for the research sample.
Ahref researchers did another study to evaluate link exchanges on the top 10 results of Google. Their results revealed that nearly 44% of the web pages on the top ten positions in Google had some sort of reciprocal links.
It’s also interesting to note that nearly 6.7% of the web pages on top of the top 10 results had more than 5% reciprocal links. The study did not find any conclusive evidence that Google was in any way penalizing web pages that had a reasonable amount of link exchanges. Overall, it means that reciprocal links and link exchanges are a byproduct of the natural link building process.
To ensure that you don’t get penalized by Google, just make sure to avoid these:
- Purchased Links
Avoid a link exchange where you link to a particular page by paying the webmaster. While it’s true that Google can’t tell the difference between a paid link and a natural link, it’s a fact that IT experts are always on the move to catch spammy links.
Even without the technology, Google can penalize a webmaster that sells reciprocal links. If the website containing your link is penalized, you may feel the after-effects. In the future, a new Google update may also catch you, which will certainly ruin your efforts that took a lot of time and energy.
- Link Exchange Websites and Link Baits
If you search Google for the best link exchange sites, you will not find relevant results. It’s because Google and other major search engines do not endorse link exchange platforms that exchange links just for the sake of exchange. These link exchange websites do not provide any real value to the website visitors. If there are such websites, they are either already penalized or they sit at the bottom of the search engine results page.
Likewise, if you get an email from an anonymous source who asks you for a link exchange, be very careful. Even if the link exchange is from a reputable website, it does not mean that the website is immune to hackers and spam. Exchanging the link may land you in a lot of trouble as it can send a virus and breach other parameters.
- Low-Quality Web Directories
In the old days, web directories were a common way of building links to a website. it is recommended to place a link in the popular web directories but avoid low-quality or paid directories that will only harm your link building efforts.
Link exchange with a quality website can offer you a lot of decent web traffic. It’s also not unusual to see various web pages getting the majority of their traffic from a single strategically placed link.
A link exchange is sometimes necessary if the information gives additional information on the subject. A link to an infographic, research study or another similar resource is great because it adds value to the subject.
If the link exchange is from an authoritative site and the website is clean, a link exchange can boost your SEO rank even when the link is only remotely relevant.
Exchanging links to other websites, which are not in direct competition with you, can provide additional traffic to your website.