What's a Premium Partner?

It's a reciprocal link exchange with a difference...

Side Note

The information about Premium Partners on this page is intended for visitors who have their own web site - or are thinking of having one.

Hey, but if that's not you, no matter - you're still very welcome to browse.

I hope you find it interesting!

Lots of people these days have web sites. Their reasons for being are probably as varied as the folk who have them. If you have a web site that could tie in with my Yorkshire Visitors Guide, please consider becoming one of my premium partners. It doesn't cost anything and could well improve the performance of your own website at the search engines.

Here's the deal! Instead of putting the link to your site somewhere on a links page with 100s of others (where nobody will ever see it), I'll put your link on a page that's relevant to your website. My visitors will see it as they read through and you'll have a great chance of some of them actually visiting your site. The search engines will also view it kindly as it's relevant to the page and not hidden deep in something that looks like a links farm!

To see how this looks in practice, visit this page which is devoted to the Yorkshire Dales in England - you'll see I've got one of my premium partners listed in the table near the bottom of the page -


There will never be more than 10 links on any one page, so you'll have a good chance of earning some link popularity and ultimately Google PageRank from this link over time.

Because the site is still new and growing all the time, its Google PageRank score is relatively low (The home page is currently showing 3/10). But it will increase as I build more and more content and attract other link partners into the programme.

If you have a web site with a similar or complimentary theme and you would like to exchange links with me to become one of my premium partners before all the spots are filled, I'll happily put your link up first. Just let me know and I'll get right on it. You can use this form to contact me. Or, if you'd like to link to me first, please copy this html code and paste it into your web page -

Thanks for taking the time to find out about my Premium Partners programme.

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Picture of the Leeds Liverpool Canal near The Fisherman's Pub. Click for my description of a walk from Saltaire to the Bingley Five Rise Locks