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Little confusion about web 2.0s PR

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SilverKnight, May 31, 2013.

  1. SilverKnight

    SilverKnight Power Member

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    Web 2.0 links are powerful as these are high PR websites. Blogspot.com has a PR of 9. I created a blog there and checked the PR again and it came back with N/A. This is my confusion. How do we get link juice of a PR 9 site then? Can somebody please explain?

    Do the articles we post on these web 2.0s for link building need to be unique and readable? Or spun articles are fine?
     
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  2. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    You get the PR passed thru from the page your link is on, but some of the domain authority will pass along as well. A PR9 has a LOT of authority.

    It will boost your domain authority which contributes to PR.
     
  3. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    Not all of the link juice from the social site will pass through that would be ridiculous, but as Techxan said, some link juice comes through increasing your domain rank, in turn increasing the rank of the page you are linking to.
     
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    myownhero Power Member Premium Member

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    The biggest advantage to really high PR web 2.0 properties is that their domain authority makes the subdomains much more resistant to ranking penalties. They're just as valuable in the SERPs themselves as they are for backlinks.
     
  5. offwhite

    offwhite Regular Member

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    Re: link juice and web 2.0's
    In theory do you think that if you create a Web2.0 at somewhere like (weebly, jimdo etc) and create no links to it but just link it to your money site
    1. It will get indexed?
    2. It will pass some link juice to your money site?
     
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    Hey web2.0 is also like a new domain..You only have to promote that by using regular updates,get backlinks and promote your site.
     
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    This has always been my main motivator for using Web 2.0 properties.

    In theory, you'll get a little bit of that PR9 passed back onto your site but honestly, if it makes a lick of difference overall I'd be absolutely amazed.

    Web 2.0 properties are mostly popular as they offer a buffer in terms of how quickly you can start escalating the quantity of links that you build which point toward them.

    Google are well aware of the increased popularity of web 2.0 properties in terms of SEO use though, so that PR9 'juice' will becoming more and more diluted as months roll on.

    As always, it's best to diversify where you links come from. Use web 2.0s but don't put all your eggs in that one basket. They're great but they're only one piece of a very large puzzle.