If making money from any of their projects (be it a simple informational website or blog) occupies an important place selling links on the exchanges. You can sell links on any site with TCI and PageRank different from zero.
The cost of options depends on the theme of the site , the level of nesting pages, PR, TCI and the number of external links.
The nesting level pages
- Home page of the site (the so-called face) has the highest priority. Its level of nesting in any case is 1.
- Internal pages are the 2nd and 3rd level of nesting. Second - this is when to this page can be reached in one click from the homepage.
- The third - the cheapest. It assigns to a page that can be reached in two clicks from the homepage.
If your site is optimized, then you should not be pages of third level. Or at least there should be a minimal amount. Since searchers to these pages almost reach and sell links from them, too, is problematic.
Also, I strongly recommend you do not sell links on the pages of the third level of nesting. Since External links will be added, and the normal of money for those links you get.
For example you can sell links through Sape . This is the most reliable service for selling links. Problems with payments they never had. Setting the code is very simple.
As I have noted, the price of links can greatly fluctuate based on various factors. Below I have tried to bring in three tables approximate prices at the links from the home page. Topics: blogs. Number of external links: up to 7.
Just recently I found a interesting service on the valuation of options . Enter the address of the page and get the approximate cost of a single link.
Fully rely on this service as well as on my table I would not recommend it, because to set competitive prices you need to personally spend a little statistical work to Sape and here for fun - please.