can someone help me, i dont know how to link to a site or back link. Do i have to pet permission.
what kinda sites does a person link to? i read thats how to get traffic but im blonde and dont know how.lol Can someone even do it for me?
Links are what makes the Internet work, at least from a user perspective. I think your question might need a little clarification. Where are you trying to link to, and where are you trying to place your link? There are always two parts to a link.
Where the link is placed and where it links to.
You don't need anyone's permission to link to anything. You can do so freely and as much as you want to.
I wrote an article on creating a hyperlink in html: http://www.waynejohn.com/post/2008/06/1 … rlink.aspx that you might find helpful. However, most of the sites these days allow you to select the text and then click the 'create hyperlink' button. Once you do that, a form should display that allows you to type in the url (address) of the site you want the link to point to.
I hope that helps. If you want to ask any further questions, I help many people from my blog at www.waynejohn.com. Feel free to join me there and ask as many questions as you'd like.
There is hardly one who can create back links for you.. But this can be done on ExpertsColumn.com another site like HubPages..
EVEN they will do on your behalf... And another source of income just like hubpages... Take advantage of adsense too...
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