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    Default Unethical link requests

    On a daily basis I receive e-mails requesting links - the persons concerned (and there are many) operate from a gmail.com account and offer homepage links of PR4 in exchange for links to your sites - they are not fussed about the PR of your sites because of what they are in actual fact offering.

    If you do a cache on that sites homepage you will see that the content that is cached has no bearing on the actual content you read from the URL - which in effect means that they are offering the PR4 links on a uncached site in return for honest links.

    My suggestion is ALWAYS check out the sites when offered a link, lets keep link exchanges honest, we all work hard to achieve good sites.

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    My usual mode of operation on link exchange requests is to delete the mail. The vast majority of these requests are from LE bots and don't deserve a second of my time.
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    I delete many of these as well.

    If I actually take the time to look at the sites, sometimes I do, I usuall then ask who owns the sites or whether they are members at the GIA or GPWA.

    If they are members here then I am more inclined to discuss an exchange.

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