The Role of Outbound Links, Tuesday, April 29, 2008 12:01 PM
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Outbound links play a major role in any site's linking strategy, but most publishers still don't fully understand them or how they work. Eric Enge offers tips on how to maximize the effectiveness of your outbound links.

He recommends taking the time to get into the head of the person who is going to decide whether to link to your site. If your target is research-oriented, you'll need to have a steady stream of data on your site. Or if it's the New York Times you're after, be sure to have well-cited sources and solid reporting. If you don't understand what your targets are looking for, it's hard to give them what they want.

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