Most of us have the website information of those who want to trade links sent to our email address. With so many unrelated sites like poker, games etc. submitting their information, it becomes a tedious task to check which links are related and which are not. Here's a tip that'll quickly eable you to decide which requests are from related sites and which are not. Instead of making the subject of the link requests you get as "yoursite.com link exchange request" or "link exchange request" or something like that, it's better to include urls of the website in the subject too. For example, "yoursite.com link request (websiteurl.com)". Many websites can be identified from their urls and this technique enables you to guess the website nature without opening the emails. This way you don't have to go though each and every link requests. Another tip is to create a separate email address for link exchange or create a filter to forward all requests to a special folder. Email boxes can get quickly cluttered with these emails and it can be quite distracting.