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This is an excerpt from a post I wrote for the Daily Reckoning, which can be found here.

It turns out that my favorite link building method is to create a link to the page that’s directly on the page that lists the titles of the previous page on the site.

It can seem easier when you have more than one page, and that seems to be the case here.

The problem with a single page is that it can quickly become a dead link. Most searches make do with a few pages and that’s not always a bad thing. But if that page lists the title of the last page on that site, suddenly you have more than one link in your profile.

Link building is the process of getting other websites to link to pages on your own website.

The first step in constructing your link profile is to figure out which page on your site you want to be the link to. This is easiest if you have only one page on your site. You can always break that page into two, like we did. But that can be tricky because the pages aren’t always so similar. It can be hard to know which one you want to link to when you have a lot of pages on your site.

A good way to figure out which page you want to link to is to use the search box on the top right of your website. It’s easy to get confused sometimes because the search box will only show pages from the top of your website. That means you can get lost if you don’t know what page you are looking for. But you can always click on the search box again to see what pages are up on the site.

If you look carefully, you will see that each page is listed under its own category. So if you are looking for a “fun and games” page, you can click on that, open it up, and the page will show you the pages in that category. For example, if you click “fun and games,” you will open up a page full of fun games. If you click “fun and games” again, you will open up another page full of fun games.

This is the fun and games page. It’s a fun page, and not a page you have to click each time you want to search for a page. It will show you the pages in the category of fun and games. The fun and games page is not a page you have to click on to get to the pages.



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