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High PR nofollow backlinks - any value?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by lolzap, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. lolzap

    lolzap Regular Member

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    Hi there,

    I have big lists of targeted high PR nofollow pages from where I can easily get a backlink. Their PR is somewhere from 2 to 9 but the backlinks I can get from there are no-follow.

    Do they add any value to my site, help it in rankings and so on? Or I'm just doing those backlinks for nothing since they are nofollow - no link juice for me?
     
  2. lolzap

    lolzap Regular Member

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    So basically I'm doing those for nothing?
     
  3. No1here

    No1here Regular Member

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    No, it's not for nothing. You said it yourself that those sites are highly targeted to your niche and the products you're promoting.

    Lots of people forget this in the IM world but people do click links in comment sections if the comment interests them and is related to the subject matter of the website.

    In fact, if you can get the links in there without looking like the most illiterate spam monster and can actually seem to be contributing to the site and you just "happen" to post a link back to your site (don't admit that it's yours) then you're promoting your site to a targeted audience.

    Fuck Google and Bing, they don't matter here. Google is busy screwing everyones SERPS, if you've got an audience that you can sell to then stop thinking about it and start selling. They are primed and targeted after all.
     
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  4. FireTheWild

    FireTheWild Power Member

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    As long as they are related to your niche and the PR is for the URL they do count.
    Go ahead.
     
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  5. theforceof1

    theforceof1 Junior Member

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    not much sure about the low pr nofollow pages but the high pr pages with nofollow attributes only restrict their link juice and other factors like trust, authority, and relevancy is yours, so go for it