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A section for helpful links?

Post by Keith1983 » Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:19 pm

I've just this morning read through a document that Berni posted a link to. It was really handy and improved my understanding on the subject in hand. Would it be worth having a library of useful links? I think it would be handy but at the same time links can become out of date in a matter of hours so it might take a lot of monitoring to ensure they were all live? What's people's thoughts?
So when the whole world is safe..............what are we going to do then?

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Re: A section for helpful links?

Post by Jack Kane » Sat Mar 22, 2014 6:16 pm

A good idea for helping people, but from a SEO point of view for the site, this would be harmful to the site's page rank I'm afraid.

We did have a useful links page many moons ago, but as you say, it was difficult to manage and was out of date pretty quickly.
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