When adding links to your pages there are three choices for the order: alphabetical, newest links first or oldest links first. Listing links by order of “Oldest Links First” is the most appropriate and fairest to your link partners and will make them more willing to exchange links with you for other sites they have. Here’s why:
By listing in Alphabetical order your links hidden wiki pages will not be static and will constantly change. Using one of my own sites as an example, since it starts with a “U”, whenever you reach your determined maximum number of links per page my site will most likely move to page 2. When page 2 fills my site will move to page 3, then page 4 and so on. When my link management script checks for all my reciprocal links, it won’t see yours since it has moved to a different page and then it will send an email to you that my link can’t be found at your site. Then we will both have to exchange emails and I will have to make a correction to my links directory as to where my link is at on your site. This is wasted time for both of us.
The same thing happens with ordering by Newest Links First. Your links pages will not be static and will constantly change as new links are added. Your oldest links move farther down the page, then to page 2, then page 3, etc. Here again, we will have to exchange email to correct the problem when my reciprocal link can’t be found at your site.
By listing in order of Oldest Links First new links get added to the end of the list. When page 1 is full your new links start on page 2, then page 3, etc. The links on page 1 will never change their position, the links on page 2 never change their position, etc. so your pages become static and remain the same, with the exception of whatever the last page is since it is a work in progress.
Adding keywords to your anchor text is highly encouraged, so finding a directory that allows you to use keywords in your anchor text is a definite plus.
A lot of higher profile directories won’t allow you to put anything but your business name in the anchor text, but most of the smaller or mid-ranged directories (that still maintain good Page Strength) will allow you to place keywords and descriptive titles in your anchor text.