What are non-reciprocal links and what are there advantages?
Non-reciprocal links are links that are one way; they link to your site without a reciprocal link in return. These Non-Reciprocal Links can actually have a bigger impact on your search engine ranking than Reciprocal Links. The fact that a site links to you without a link in return carries weight with most search engines (they can detect reciprocal links).
Great content can create or draw
non-reciprocal links because of the usefulness your site content presents to other site visitors.
There are other ways to generate non-reciprocal links to
your website. One method utilized is the posting of links to directories. Many
directories charge a fee for their service but there are still many that do not.
DMOZ http://dmoz.org/ is the largest volunteer ran directory available and
submissions to its directory are free but may take some time before a listing
appears. A search for other free link directories turns up many link exchanges
and link traders; however with diligence one can find other free link
Another way to generate non-reciprocal links is to write
articles on subjects you are familiar with or better yet an expert in. Each
article should include a resource box with your name, copyrights, reprint
permissions, email address and URL. Each time your article is published online a
new link from your resource box is created. Many article publishers maintain
vast archives which mean these links will be available for a long time. Try a
search for "Free Article Submission" on Google and the lists of places to submit
articles to seem endless.
I hope this gets you started on your way to creating
hundreds of non-reciprocal links for your website.