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How much juice is actually passed through a backlink

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by killakem, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    Hi,

    Im about to do some testing/research on how much link juice is passed through backlinks, including the factors that affect it. E.g. backlink age, backlink type, Main domain PR etc etc

    Can everyone share what they already have as im going to do a case study after i have completed my testing.

    Thanks in advance!!

    P.s no BS posts im looking for information based on testing not read from a "make a million in 4 weeks" ebook.
     
  2. PartyNeon

    PartyNeon Regular Member Premium Member

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    There are two main factors that are passed from a backlink. Trust, and Juice. The domain age mostly affects the amount of trust that is passed. The amount of actual juice totally depends on a number of factors, mainly number of outbound links. In one of my tests, it took about 3-4 PR3 backlinks to generate a PR2 website. Those 3-4 websites that I linked to my new website only had about 1-3 outbound links. I think that a website with ONE outbound link passes roughly about 50% of that websites juice to the new website. A 301 (essentially, ONE outbound link) passes ~90% of the juice.
     
  3. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    Thanks for your input!! i will conduct my own testing also