I am re-working my links page on my website on account of because it's
If anyone is interested in a reciprocal link exchange, contact me at
bill att nmwoodworks.com
I normally put links from my links page (less than 50 per page to keep
under the search engine radar) to your index page. That is what I hope
you will do for me. I am, at present, organizing the links into
reasonable categories and making a page for each major category.
Left hand column.
The current links page is: http://nmwoodworks.com/related.html
It is shrinking. Nearly gone. Its links are being sent to other pages.
When its current links are gone, (don't bother bookmarking it, bookmark
the home page, instead) it will be deleted.
The new structure will become:
Home page w links to link pages in LH column
Categorized Link Pages with a full page (or more) per category
Each link page will be limited to about 35 entries and contain other
useful text to avoid being branded a link farm. According to my reading,
Google considers a page a 'link farm' when it has 50 or more outbound
links. Even after allowing for miscellaneous advertising links, I want
to leave a healthy margin for error or changing standards.
It's still comparatively new (~6 months), but I am working very hard to
make it a worthwhile site. Worthwhile within the craft / trade.
Worthwhile to potential customers.
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