Reciprocal Directories vs. Content

Boost Organic Ranking

In the race to boost organic ranking reciprocal links have gained popularity over the years. More and more reciprocal directories are turning up in hopes of gaining ground in Google and other search engine results.

What’s a reciprocal directory? Simply put you place a link to another Internet Marketingwebsite (the reciprocal directory) on your website and they will post your link on their site. Since inbound links play a major role in organic rankings this can be a useful tool.

Search Engines Look for Quality Content

It is important to remember that search engines, like Google, look for reputable sites when considering where your website will be ranked. To improve online visibility you may want to consider posting articles on reputable sites that get a large amount of traffic.

Make sure your article is well written, with no grammar or spelling errors. Some sites provide the opportunity to rate your article, so be sure to proofread and proofread again.

When choosing your internet marketing campaign inbound links from reciprocal directories can help in your ranking but don’t forget that content is king…and great content rules!

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