Backlink on almost empty website

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by zeano, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. zeano

    zeano Newbie

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    Do you think one page website with 100-200 words would be enough to pass link juice?
    I've got quite a few unused free "domains" (co.cc/cz.cc/cx.cc etc) and I would like to build a few micro-websites (short text and a link) but I wonder if G doesn't consider them too small to pass link value...
    Would 5-10 page websites be better (necessary)?
     
  2. thenew3ra

    thenew3ra Junior Member

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    Defenitley 5-10 page websites would be better. You wouldn't get very good rankings if the sites were horrible. You should have some value to them. I would advise you defenitley put your blog on a domain if not done so and to emmediatley promote it with large sites with the backlinks.

    Thanks,
    Austin
     
  3. zeano

    zeano Newbie

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    Obviously :)

    But I wonder as addition if minisites like than would pass any link juice
     
  4. sholing

    sholing Junior Member

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    I would even say more than 10 pages with quality content would be better so that you will get more link juice:)
     
  5. kamboor

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    In my opinion, it will be very difficult for you to get PR for the one page website in order to pass it on.
     
  6. floflo89

    floflo89 Regular Member

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    In my opinion try to create more then 100 - 200 words, make 2 - 3 pages whit unique content, That will help the backlinks :)
     
  7. danny_boy

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    Create a 5-10 pages mini site. Optimise the content for some longger tailed keywords. May be get a few backlinks for these. Am sure it would be worth the effort linking these to your main blog.
     
  8. loveporn25

    loveporn25 Newbie

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    but i don't think google will count your link as "good" link if you use it in the same hosting IP. I have over 50 website but my SEO is not good compare to others