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Link

A unit of length equivalent to 7.92 inches. It is used in the surveying of land.

LINK

see AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE.

link

A surveying measurement still seen in older deeds or in deeds using descriptions from earlier times.A link is 7.92 inches.See land measurement conversion.

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Additional options on the left of the screen include other link reports, including Just-Discovered, Top Pages, Linking Domains, Anchor Text, Compare Link Metrics, Spam Analysis, Link Opportunities, and Advanced Reports.
It's important that the process be as simple as possible for those who haven't learned the mechanics of linking. The franchisee should be able to simply e-mail the link text to the site providing the link.
Some people believe that linking to certain sites, or participating in link farms, can reduce the anchor site's PageRank as well (Forum discussion, 2002).
That said, here are the components of a successful linking strategy recommended by Sweeney, Zimmerman and other Internet marketing consultants:
It allows appropriate copy linking for DOI-based links (through CrossRef), links to virtually any Web-based library OPAC, and links to interlibrary loan or document delivery services.
Although several items may be linked together (nested linking), we will limit our discussion to the simple case of a single item linked with an initial item.
The result of this distribution is that the hubs (the really tall people) play a dramatic role in linking things together.
* Elaborate linking system for links to food products previewed in CFFH.
The software is designed to address the challenging points along the data quality continuum with its Data Profiling, Data Quality, Data Linking and Change Management modules.
A group of scientific and scholarly publishers have formed Publishers International Linking Association (PILA; Burlington, MA) in order to operate CrossRef, a collaborative reference linking service.

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