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    Link Quadrangulation


    I made a script for non-reciprocal link exchange. It allows a more elastic link quadrangulation between multi-domain owners.
    I need some feedback from experienced link-exchangers, and I am giving away a few copies. Interested anyone? Email me.
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    Originally Posted by Netic
    I made a script for non-reciprocal link exchange. It allows a more elastic link quadrangulation between multi-domain owners.
    I need some feedback from experienced link-exchangers, and I am giving away a few copies. Interested anyone? Email me.
    Im interested! Im always interested in a good beta run!


    /edits/ Thanks! I will get our Techy boyz to sort that out serverside asap, and let you know how it goes
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    do you mean a four-way linking strategy? how the hell would you manage dozens (or hundreds) of links like that @.@
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    managing 4-way link exchanges


    Actually, the exchange is between 2 webmasters, each of them managing more than one domain.
    The deal is:
    "You link to these domains of mine and you get links from these others"

    It should beat the reciprocal-link detectors.
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    Question


    I am not sure if I understood you clearly... Do you mean something like this?
    Say your sites are A and B, the other guy's sites are C and D.
    Now, site A links with C, C links to B, B links to D and D links to A.



    Originally Posted by Netic
    Actually, the exchange is between 2 webmasters, each of them managing more than one domain.
    The deal is:
    "You link to these domains of mine and you get links from these others"

    It should beat the reciprocal-link detectors.
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    quadrangulation


    No, the idea is:

    A --> C
    B <-- D
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    Ok I got what you said. But with what I have said above, there are two links coming to your site and two going to the other guy's site and that too without having so called "reciprocal linking". Won't that be better than your approach?

    Originally Posted by Netic
    No, the idea is:

    A --> C
    B <-- D
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    Originally Posted by mandeep
    Ok I got what you said. But with what I have said above, there are two links coming to your site and two going to the other guy's site and that too without having so called "reciprocal linking". Won't that be better than your approach?
    It's somewhat immaterial really, it's just 2x the same example, ie:
    A --> C
    B --> D

    and

    C --> B
    D --> A

    Since this type of exchange is designed to make the "reciprocality" harder to spot, your example would be slightly more "dangerous" than the single exchange because it would make the "exchange relationship" easier to identify.
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    Cool


    Let me explain:

    Netic said:
    A --> C
    B <-- D

    Here A and D are not getting any link.

    I said:
    A --> C
    C --> B
    B --> D
    D --> A

    Here, all are getting links.

    The exchange relationship might be easier to identify (I dont know how), but we are also getting benifits.

    What do you say?

    Originally Posted by ClickyB
    It's somewhat immaterial really, it's just 2x the same example, ie:
    A --> C
    B --> D

    and

    C --> B
    D --> A

    Since this type of exchange is designed to make the "reciprocality" harder to spot, your example would be slightly more "dangerous" than the single exchange because it would make the "exchange relationship" easier to identify.

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