|Weekly SEO news: 27 January 2009|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter in 2009.
This week, we're telling you how to write a link exchange request that does not look like spam. If you want to get links from high quality authority sites, there's no way around sending link exchange requests.
In the news: Google's Matt Cutts explains how Google defuses Google bombs, Google tests favicons in the search results, Google might plan to access your PC and more.
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|1. The art of writing a link exchange request that is not spam|
Link exchange requests have a very bad reputation. The reason for that is that many people send mass link exchange requests that are nothing more than spam.
However, if you want to get links from authority sites, you have to send link exchange requests. The secret of successful requests is to write link exchange messages that aren't spam.
Get the reader's attention
Get the reader's interest
Make action as easy as possible
|2. Facts of the week|
|3. Success stories|
"With IBP we managed to rank first in Google."
|4. Previous articles|