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Low PR vs High PR backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dallaswynn, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    When building backlinks, do you have to post your entire URL? Also, when building a new site, does it matter if you have low PR backlinks? Also also, when you gain higher serp, should you try and break your low PR backlinks?
     
  2. Mises

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    What do you mean by post your entire url? Of course you want it to be something that is clickable/followable. As for PR, higher PR sites might do you more good, but low PR sites help too. You should have a natural combination of both. And why would you try to "break" your old links?
     
  3. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    I mean when you are posting on blogs, do you write something with your entire URL in the comment? I mean, I am finding it VERY difficult to find high PR yes follow blogs to build backlinks with. As far as breaking the old links, if you are a PR 7 and have a PR 0 link, will that hurt you?
     
  4. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    No it won't hurt you. How are you supposed to stop being with low value sites from linking to you.
     
  5. OldFatGuy

    OldFatGuy Regular Member

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    No.. If you had only high PR links pointing to your site it would look suspicious..
     
  6. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    So, what about the url? Ex: Hi, (big long story) mysite.whatever (finish big long story).
     
  7. Yeah, I always drop my link within the text. Makes it look as legitimate as it can.
     
  8. Bozigian

    Bozigian Junior Member

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    Yeah some people use the anchor text that directs to their site.
    Some use the Name section of the comment as their anchor text
    that is for scrapebox users
     
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    dallaswynn Junior Member

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  10. milian

    milian Power Member

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    Put your keyword in the 'name' field, then it will use that as the anchor text in the comment. :)
     
  11. OldFatGuy

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    In a perfect world, your full link would be within the comment and clickable. But many times that's not possible. What is almost always possible though is to enter your url in the "website" field of the comment form and then use your keyword phrase as your name... but of course if the comments are reviewed and they see you doing that, your comment will probably not be accepted.
     
  12. SuperLinks

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    Anchor text is the most important thing when link building. Of course you need to make sure your targeting the correct keywords, but by the time you are linkbuilding you should know the keywords that you are targeting.

    Next PageRank is a good indicator of the overall "trustrank" of the domain/page that you are trying to get a link from. The higher the PageRank the more value that the link will pass along.