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    Possible way around exchanging links

    Many webmasters want to exchange links and very few like to give one way links.

    I was thinking about making a subdomain: reviews.example.com.

    Therefore, when requesting a link, their link page would point to example.example.com and in exchange I would write up a review with a link back to their website on reviews.example.com

    Is this a good idea and would it be any different from doing reviews on the site without the subdomain idea.

    Your views and comments please....

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    It seems that "most" webmasters care just about the PR of the page where their link is placed, so this should work if you get your reviews subdomain a decent PageRank.

    But what will Google think when they come by and see your reviews subdomain? Can you make it look legitimate enough to avoid a penalty?

    And are you really willing to write up a review for every link partner?
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