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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aidenhera, May 14, 2017.

  1. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    are these calculated per page or per domain?

    does google devalue sites basing on domain exact match backlinks anchors or per page?
     
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    Anchors are per page unless you start targeting your homepage/domain with some exact anchors (never do that )
     
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    i mean if site drops from ranking if it has100 pages and each will have 1% the same exact match anchor. if per page, 1% is okay, but together (per domain) its more
     
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    I do not really understand what you mean, but 1% exact match per page is in total 1% exact match for the domain. The absolute number might be higher, but it's still 1%.
     
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    i mean if we throw the same exact match 1% against 100 pages on a domain consisting of 100 pages only = it will be more than 1%.
    i asked if overoptimization by anchor bases per page or per domain sorry for not making that clear
     
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    Beside the point that I don't know why you would point the same exact match to multiple pages, 1% on each of the 100 pages will be 1% on the domain, not more than 1%. And I believe that if you point the exact match at 100 pages you don't need overoptimization to never rank for that term.
     
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    aidenhera Elite Member

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    oh wait are you right? did i mess up my math
     
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    It varies per your niche. The last niche i dominated i was only able to go to about 4% exact match without seeing a permanent drop in rankings. The new niche i'm in is way higher so i suggest you do some research on all of your competitors to get a rough idea.
     
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    And why would you do that? Each page is supposed to rank for specific keywords different from each other (but related though), so 1% in each page is still 1% on the entire domain, because the keywords are different. Sure, there might be some overlapping words, but that's not a concern.
     
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    Math is strong within this thread. :)

    But yep, it's always per page. Now even more so, when Google "penalizes" particular pages, rather than entire domains.
     
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