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Link Exchange

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Yachting, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Yachting
    Joined: Mar 2004
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    Location: Faroe Islands

    Yachting Junior Member

    Link Exchange

    Hi there,

    Wondering if anyone is interested in a link exchange with our websites?
    We are currently running 3 sites which generate around 500-700.000 hits per month and we are looking in building an extensive online directory of almost anything nautical.

    If anyone is interested let us know.

    Best regards

    Yachting
     
  2. cyclops
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    Location: usa

    cyclops Senior Member

    What do we get in return for our subscriber list??-------Spam, popups, trash mailings. I, see nothing but cloging our computer and slower access.
     
  3. Yachting
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    Yachting Junior Member

    subscriber list?
     
  4. paulkr
    Joined: Jun 2005
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    Location: Ft Lauderdale,Fl

    paulkr Junior Member

    what are your sites?
     
  5. luke bronco
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    luke bronco Junior Member

    yea id LOve too we are a manufacturer of U.S. made fasterners specialties are cut thread wood screws for boat builders trying hard to find the market that whitney screw used to have as we now have all there equipment and make screws from 2 to #24 upto 6" long in stainless monel silicon bronze and any other marine type of screw www.oemfasteners.net let me know if i qualify
    thanks Luke
     

  6. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Can we see your sites first?
     
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