Free Article Headquarters Announces PermaLinks

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Links from other, relevant web pages remain one of the best ways to drive traffic to your site. Free Article Headquarters new PermaLink offering allows webmasters and Internet Marketers to get relevant, direct and permanent advertising links right from relevant content articles.

Free Article Headquarters (, run by Webmaster Dave Felts, is a great (and growing) source of free content for your web site, ezine, or newsletter. In addition to offering royalty-free articles from an ever-growing database, Free Article Headquarters now offers PermaLinks, permanent, direct, non-reciprocal links from articles with content directly relevant to your web site.

"It's no secret that text link advertising is one of the favored ways to drive traffic to your site," says Felts. "Search engines like links from relevant content, and so do users." At Free Article Headquarters, you can browse to articles with content directly related to your site and request a link.

When asked what makes PermaLinks so beneficial to users and marketers alike, Felts replied, "Just as with our articles, we manually review all PermaLink requests. We don't want links about gardening on an article about automobiles. The link is permanent and stays there as long as the destination site is active. PermaLinks are non-reciprocal - we don't require a link back to our site. Lastly, PermaLinks are direct to avoid inconveniencing users who might browse with redirects or JavaScript turned off."

Links are limited as well, Felts went on to explain. "We only allow five links per article. We want to enhance the user experience and provide a level of exclusivity to our advertisers, not fill every available space with an ad."

Free Article Headquarters ( has been on-line since August 2005. It currently boasts over 500 articles and receives an average 5-10 article submissions a day. To request a PermaLink, visit the site, browse to an article you would like to link from, and click 'Request a PermaLink'.


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