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Link Juice flow and site menu

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by spappa, May 2, 2015.

  1. spappa

    spappa Regular Member

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    I've got a question on how link juice flows and the size of a site menu.

    There are two links from two different sites who have the exact same metrics (PR, DA, PA, whatever) and both articles on the sites have the exact same number of links. However site A has 10 internal links in the menu and site B has 50 internal links in the menu. Is the link juice from site A bigger simply because of the menu?

    Basically when g is calculating the flow of link juice, are they taking into consideration links in the menu, footer, side panel etc and not just the content?
     
  2. Xplore

    Xplore Newbie

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    Yes you are correct. That's why site architecture is important. Link juice calculation take into every links (internal, external, nofollow or ******** or even links in css, js)
     
  3. johnbaldry99

    johnbaldry99 Junior Member

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    Goolge does NOT allocate juice based on links in menus.
    It only passes juce from links in the body content.