Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by J0kerz, Jan 7, 2010.
In your opinion,
High PR VS Related content
high pr any day.
Dont be scared, answer the poll ^^
if it's PR 5 or higher - take the higher PR link
PR 4 or lower - needs to be somewhat content related
Wow, its really even 50:50
IMO, Backlinks from PR5++ are a great way to brings juice to your site.
It's a sliding scale. The relevant page may also have high PR.
Generally speaking, the answer is to get both high PR non-relevant and all relevant pages. All of these pages will help you enough to be worth getting links on.
No third option - Spamming ?
High PR & related content, and you'll need 2 time less backlinks
And are high PR commenting backlinks considered as high PR authorative backlinks ?
I am talking about HIGH PR onpage, not like Angela/Profile Backlinks.
Related content has more value than high page rank.
I agree related content had a higher value but if it is a related content link with high Pr then you have hit gold
i can create more blogs with relevant content, but they are not get high pr, and are not value for yours seo projects. Vote for PR
I don't agree with this " Getting backlinks from related niches better then non related niches" because this is in my opinion is DP BullS**t.
I am talking from my experience also I am talking from my friends sites experience me and they owned keywords has traffic more then 800k a day can you believe ?
High PR !
PR juice on my cornflakes please
High PR (Trusted By Google, Experts in a Field/Niche.) and mid/low-PR Websites that are related. There's a difference about having a pharmacy website with links from bbc.co.uk, slashdot and cnn and maybe a lower tier version of WebMD than having thousands of "relevant" spammy links from Cialis sites.
Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought I remember reading that a high page rank will be somewhat devalued if it is not relavant to the content of the site. So a high PR is good, but not golden unless the sites are related. Is this Matt Cutts philosophy?
High PR hands down.
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