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What are Reciprocal Links?

What are Reciprocal Links?

A reciprocal link is a link that takes a person back from a specific page to the page that they were previously at, is a means of giving reference giving a return to the previous navigation and is a returning element within a given website or web designed document. The reciprocal link will take the visitor bak to another section, which may be of the same web site, or document or it may redirect the person to another document and or web site. A link can also be a link that is a link that actually activates and is also one that goes directly to another site given a command through an input device.

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Last update: 2008-02-02 09:19
Author: AMB
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