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Google link juice & external vs internal links

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by henriduf, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. henriduf

    henriduf Registered Member

    Mar 18, 2012
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    I have noticed that big websites have a small number of external links. I have removed two nofollow external sitewide links on one of my website and i get more traffic.

    So, I would like to know whether external links "steal" link juice to the pagerank of a page or do external links have their own pagerank.

    FYI, i am sure that an external nofollow link is actually leaking google link juice.

    Let me give an example.

    I have a page 1 on a site A with one external link and one internal link. PR for this page is 1
    In this case, will the the two link will have a value of 0.5?
    will the two links will have a value of 1? (in this case, it would mean there is an internal pagerank and an external pagerank).

    Here is my diagram below:

    Today is it A or B, that is correct ?

    Here is the original google pagerank diagram posted in 2001 in the university paper from Sergei brin and larry page