New link Exchange
I hope all is well in your world, where ever that may be.
The past few weeks have been a little challenging, Hurricanes, floods, storms, but it all seems settled this past week and a bit.
One email I received yesterday in my spam folder nearly never survived the delete button. As you can see it is an e-mail asking to exchange links. I don't mind these as it improves my SEO The person who sent me this is obviously determined to have a successful site, and I want one too.
The other thing you see is they quoted a link, I had added in my post from Wikipedia. So proof that including an authoritive link in your posts works, as taught in the WA lessons.
Obviously I accepted the invitation to exchange links and added a short paragraph to my post with their link at the end of it.
So hopefully I will have more visitors to my site.
If you are thinking of doing this, then this is a good example of how to structure your letter.
My name is XXXXX and I’m an Editor at XXXX. I was doing research on house plants and just finished reading your wonderful piece: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
In that article, I noticed that you cited a solid resource that I’ve come across in the past: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houseplant
We just published an updated, comprehensive guide on 25 common house plants that are low maintenance. It is completely free and you can find it here:XXXXXX
If you like the piece we’d be humbled if you cited us in your article. Of course, we will also share your article with our 100k newsletter subscribers and followers across our social platforms.
How could you refuse such a request ? :-)
The car you see in the pic above is the Dakar Spirit Renault I settled on last weekend. Normally I am a Ford sort of guy, but Fords don't seem to be that common here. Chevvy's everywhere, and I was thinking of a Captiva, but will give this little Renault a go, seeing I have never owned one before. 4 years old and 90,000klms, what can wrong?
I hope you all have an enjoyable weekend.