4 Autoapproved PR7 Links

flaktrak

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nofollow wont help with pagerank but will help with trust rank. Do people really believe that google will just completely ignore a link from a trusted site to another site? They really can't afford to. Google are in the information business and as such all information is money for them. Google even admit that they read robot.txt but still follow all the links they just dont publish what they find.

Anyway thanks for a good share.
 

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Why do people say they are nofollow when clearly they are! Or do you not know how to write a do-follow link??!!
There is no such thing as writing one. DF tags are bogus.

The links on these pages are DF, but the PR juice is only given to the first 10 original comments, and the last 10 for the few minutes that they are on the page before being pushed off by other spammers.

Here is a clue, type "inurl: domain to be spammed .com"

It will bring up loads of PR 6,5,4 that are much more valuable because they do not have the first 10 slots filled yet.

Also there are tons of more recent pages with no PR yet. Just look at the dates.

You can reasonably conclude that if the same type of pages published before the last PR update have good PR, then these should do likewise when there is a PR update. Remember, you get the juice even before the PR updates are shown.

You get the same juice now from a page that is not spammed to death.
 
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linkchamp

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who says they are no-follow they are do-follow one's.
 

500leads

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Think about it a second. Google crawls the web and finds "natural & relevant" link patterns. The natural order of progression is that some are follow, some are no follow. Some have high PR, some have low PR. Some link directly to the home page, some are links to pages deeper within the site.

That is how natural linking occurs, and Google knows it.

So to say a no-follow link has no value is a false belief.

Want some Google love? Give 'em what they're looking for, and make it easy for them to find it.
 

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I checked one page and it has 230 comments already but still its a good find. thanks for sharing. Also they are really **************** !
 

icemusike

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i saw the site and its something similar to http://accuratestats.info the only diference that accuratestats offers this stuff for free and most of them are autoapproved. chek em out!
 

ch1cooo

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LOL ... you ever heard about the title tag? damn.. use it if you got the chance,... #facepalm
 

BalingDazzer

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The comments are Javascript and Google can't read Javascript, so the links won't get indexed.
 

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The links left on those PR7 pages do not appear in the source code, leading me to agree with BallingDazzer that they will not be found or credited by Google.

These links do not have the nofollow tag applied to them either. However, if they were nofollow links, this site would be no better for linkbuilding than a PR1 site.

This is because nofollow links do not pass PageRank. PR is therefore irrelevant when we are talking about nofollow links.

These pages have another use, though.

I'll be firing up backlinkwatch and keeping myself busy for a while :detective
 

moonswamp

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so many links on these 4 pages!!! but thanks for your sharing!!!
 

Micallef

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Save your thanks, the links don't appear in the page source.
 

heybro

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These links become worthless once they've been spammed like crazy
 

heybro

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Micallef is right. I just checked and these links don't even show up in the source. These links are essentially worthless. It would actually make a great spammer trap.
 
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