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Is Linkjuice drawn from external links only?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SebastianJu, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. SebastianJu

    SebastianJu Power Member

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    Hello,

    I learned that the linkjuice of a webpage is divided by the external links on this page. So when there are 10 external links on a page then each of the 10 targetpages get 1/10 of the linkjuice.
    How about the internal links? Do they count like external links or have they again the same pool of linkjuice to share? I mean internal links are having linkjuice too as far as I know.
    So do you in reality need to say:20 internal links and 10 external links on a page will lead to the result that I get 1/31 or 1/11 of the linkjuice of that site when I place a backlink there?
     
  2. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    @M.A.D: but it's still pass crazy juice ;)
     
  3. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    hmmm, this is pretty cool information, as I read it it sounds pretty easy, however, is there a tool which can analyze a website for you to ensure it links correctly, or does such thing not exist?

    My site stocked on PR3 for a year, even it ranks very well in the SERPS and has tons of backlins, I assume it is due to the mentioned reasons...
     
  4. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    @M.A.D: Wonderful explanation! I have nothing more to say :).

    @RuthSam: PR has nothing to do with ranking because it's not a Ranking factor. If you're doing well with your site then don't fix what's not broken. Good Luck buddy.
     
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  5. nathaniq

    nathaniq Newbie

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    this is probably the most amazing piece of info i have seen since i started SEO
     
  6. SebastianJu

    SebastianJu Power Member

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    It seems I dont have a clue what this image says and how to make an advantage of it.
    So you say that each link, internal and external will take away linkjuice from the same pool? So in order to get the value of a backlink at a site you need to count the internal + the external links that are already on that page isnt it?

    You mentioned siloing. XSitePro supports it so I saw a bit the effect of it. And there is something like silomatic in the downloadsection. But till now I dont know whats the advantage from siloing. Maybe I didnt get the point but siloing tries to make all menuentries linked in a row isnt it? Instead of linking from each website to each website on the same page you connect only to the next site on this page isnt it? But wheres the advantage? Wouldnt the linkjuice only not be splitted? I mean why should there be more linkjuice than before?

    Can you explain?
     
  7. dr_0x

    dr_0x Junior Member

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    Um, I just want to say thanks for pointing out google patents. There is a shit ton of info there.

    I'll be digging though the newly found info for quite a while. I would greatly appreciate if you could share more about the pr formula.
     
  8. verticall

    verticall Regular Member

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    Can someone xplain what the diff between linking a anchor text to domain compared to a blog post is? Id like to know if the PR for homepage is diff than blog posts and if so, why? and should i be linking to my homepage or blog posts?