Would you like to link to our Freshwater Fishing website? Cool. We have made it easy for you to do so. Simply copy and paste any of the following codes into your website or blog.
It should look like this as a live link to: Freshwater Fishing -
It should NOT look like the plain text you see in the box when on your website.
If you would like to include a few details explaining what our freshwater fishing website is about, then please feel free to do so. Or, you can simply copy and paste the information from the box below.
Would you like a banner? Right click on the banner and download it to save it on your hard drive, then upload it to place it on your website or blog. Be sure to add the clickable link to it. <a href="https://www.fishingloft.com"></a>
Rather have a smaller version?
If you need help with any of this, use the form on our contact page. We will be happy to assist you in the process.
Would you like a reciprocal link back? Use our contact form and let us know.
Be sure to leave the URL of your website and provide a short description of what your website is about. We'll check out your site, and if it's relevant to ours, and meets our criteria, then we may proceed from there.
We have some specific requirements for exchanging links.
Furthermore, I would much rather exchange links to be posted within the content on one of each others' web pages, rather than throwing the links on a page full of fishing links. Why? It carries more weight with SEO, and the search engines are beginning to crack down on those link pages, thus penalizing those websites. Yet, there does seem to be exceptions.
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