...from the same site? I have been told that it's diminishing returns but I am not sure of the validity of this. If this is true then it changes the game quite a bit. I.e. I have been writing a web 2.0 article for each article I have on my site today but I just realized if I get one article on one site and link it is there much point in doing it again for the same site (like squidoo) or will I get less/negligible juice then? Thing is people were recently saying that G ranks pages and not the site as a whole which indicates that you should get juice for each new page, maybe? There is so much guesswork involved in SEO I'm surprised anyone makes money from it . I guess it's just a case of keep trying stuff till you hit gold- similar to the old west goldminers. Same with article submissions and whatever otehr 'link directory' you use....since people are saying you should link to individual pages I have had the idea of doing a pyramid for each new article/keyword but if I'm using the same web 2.0's each time then is it not a gonna give me much extra juice if linking to the same places each time? There is the context relevance thing which could change matters. But I have no fucking clue and am just wildly speculating like usual in this game. Anyone offer any light on the situation...?