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Is this statement true about Page Rank?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Stu784, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    When building backlinks by commenting on blogs is this statement true:


    "The Page Rank of the URL been commented on is divided by the total links on the page and each link receives an equal percentage of the Page Rank Juice

    e.g

    10 comments with anchor text on a Page Rank 5 URL will receive 10% of the pages link juice per comment"



    Does this apply to both Do-Follow and No-Follow or just Do-Follow alone?
     
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  2. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    bumping
     
  3. theguy2

    theguy2 Regular Member

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    this applies to do follow only and yes its true, but remember no follow dont get the pr juice but they sure do help in rankings, hope i cleared your doubt :)
     
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  4. BHKaiser

    BHKaiser Newbie

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    Matt Cutts explained this on a SEOMOZ interview. It's true. That's why it's said that spamming a blogs with lots of spam comments won't get you any link juice.
     
  5. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    The problem with Matt Cutts is that I think he tries to mislead people (by people I mean people like us who try to game Google with BH techniques) so that no one will ever know how Google works.
     
  6. theentry

    theentry Junior Member

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    I think that too, I think his job is to bullshit people as much as he can :)
     
  7. HitYa

    HitYa Newbie

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    I think it's a little more complicated than simply dividing by the number of outgoing links. But yes, the more outgoing links the less link juice each individual link will get.
     
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