"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> A site that does not gain inbound links is an island. Moreover, a site
> that refuses to link to the 'outside world' is uninteresting, even if it
> manages to get some inbound links.
Well I feel that true to some point. Why would you think because no one
linked off the site would be uninteresting? Do you actually look at
everyone's links? I think that if a site is good and has incoming links why
do they need to put up links? Unless it is needed to show or make their own
point better. If the site can stand alone then that is good.
> The beauty in a Web as in any social network is mutual acknowledgement,
> recognition and offering of several possibilities to the reader/viewer. In
> a Web site, this leaves the user to judge where he/she wants to go, even
> if it means leaving the site.
If I like a site the only time I leave it is to go and search for more on
Google. I rarely click on suggested links, but that is just me.