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If an article is posted on pr7 site, would the backlink be a pr7 ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Jason_parker700, May 14, 2010.

  1. Jason_parker700

    Jason_parker700 Regular Member

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    I have been writing articles and posting them on 2.0 sites like pr5 + onwards.
    But i really have no idea how a page derives pr from other pages. Moreover, whenever i check the stats of my page in market samurai, the pr analysis section doesn't show that i have any high page rank backlink.

    I am just wondering if a backlink actually gets the value of its main domain.
     
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    jdog37 Power Member

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    No, your backlink will not be pr7. You do get link juice passed on to your article from the higher pr pages. That in turn passes it on to your main page.
     
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    Micallef Supreme Member

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    All depends on the PR of the particular page your link is on. Find out the PR of the page, and you have a link on a page with that amount of PR.

    It's usually n/a in the case of new articles or profile links. Blog commenting will give you a shortcut to the high PR pages.
     
  4. domaingeek

    domaingeek BANNED BANNED

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    this actually depends upon what is PR of the page where your article is submitted. Obviously it won't be submitted to homepage.
     
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    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    No.

    Its based on the PR of the actual page. However I can say the higher the PR/authority of the site in general makes a difference. As an example if you have a profile link (which would be a PR0 page) on a PR0 site it is going to be worth less than a profile link on (also PR0 page) on a PR7 site as the site in general is considered to be higher authority.
     
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    data84 Junior Member

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    Link juice but not a PR7 link
     
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    Some web2.0 properties pass page rank from their other high PR pages if you connect to them.

    Hubpages is one example. If you post a few hubs and then go posting comments on other high PR hubs, you will find that your hubs get some link juice from the other hubs you have commented on.

    I cannot say this for certain but I had a hubpage at PR4 without sending any backlinks to it. I had just commented on other hubs written by other people. Cannot say for certain if it works everytime but it is definitely worth trying.
     
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    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    the only PR that counts is the PR on the page the article is on.