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Does mixed content hurt pagerank?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by eviltomato, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. eviltomato

    eviltomato Regular Member

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    I have about 10 domains that i host which functions as my T1. I have been blasting them with backlinks. Just checked and looks like most of them made the jump up to pr 1-2 since i checked 3 months ago.

    I have long tails going from those sites to my money site for a niche.

    Now my question... Can i post articles to those T1 sites for completely different niches and point to a second money site without hurting pr?

    I would like to use the link juice from those sites to make a second money site, but i dont know if having 2 different types of content on the site will look bad in the face of big G. Would rather not have to make a bunch more T1 sites

    Those T1 sites are just blogs and are not really there for people to read... so i could give 2 craps if a person stumbles on those sites and doesnt think it looks good. Put all my time into the money sites.
     
  2. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    PageRank has nothing to do with content.
     
  3. QuantumBlue Bulgaria

    QuantumBlue Bulgaria Junior Member

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    PageRank is used to determine a page's popularity but it is no longer considered a factor to determine your rank in the SERPs.
     
  4. atentat

    atentat Junior Member

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    its still a factor but not as powerfull.