Discussion in 'Link Building' started by onegawad, Jun 26, 2010.
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thanks for the share. i have seen a lot of these kinds, my question is do the comments stick?
thanks for the post
they are all from the same site and google will count them as 1.
So commenting on 1 post will do it.
just commented n it. unfortunately the comments page is PR NA
That's correct. No point of making in same domain. But most of newbies make hundred links on same domain.
yeah and different links on different pages is always good
Ok, can anyone clear my doubt? I am making comments on various pages of a news blog. Same primary domains but different subdomains. So that would be counted as different backlinks or one considering its same primary domain?
So whats the benefit of buying site wide links from people then?
I think google only considers the first ten links on the same domain. The rest of them are useless
I meant not the first ten but the 10 strongest
I would say it's better to have multiple links from multiple hosts, but if you have the chance to drop a few links on a high PR page, use multiple anchor texts linking to inner pages (those you should have optimized for the anchor texts you are using, you know).
They are going to help your rankings at a degree that makes it worth the time you are spending commenting.
Assuming they are do-f0ll0w, of course.
Site-wide links are worthy as well and can make a difference, in particular if they are on a site around a subject that relates to the content of your site.
Just don't believe all the non-nonsense/BS you read. A link is a link. One link is not going to make a difference in 99% of the times. You need plenty of them, from d0-f0ll0w sources, with high PR/trust rank, with the anchor texts as kws you are willing to rank for and from pages with related content.
I'd steer clear from n0-f0ll0w links. Never been a fan of them. But that's controversial and frankly, who gives a crap when you can do it just fine with d0-f0ll0w backlinks.
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