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OBL Division per page.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ColonelSoldier, Feb 27, 2015.

  1. ColonelSoldier

    ColonelSoldier Junior Member

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    Hey,
    Been searching ALOT for the answer to these questions:

    "Gurus" are stating that juice divides more or less equally between the OBL links on a given page.
    With basic calculations, what are your experiences with a homepage linking to 2 money sites, would this be double the 'juice' to each URL versus a homepage which was linking to 4 money sites??

    I can see that 2-3 OBL per PBN homepage be significantly better than 10-20 OBL - so will buying 100 PublicBN links with 30 OBL on the homepage have nothing on a private network of 10 sites with 1-2 OBL (consider same trust flow/link profile)?

    If you had a large budget and 5 domains with great profiles of say trust flow over 30 would you just 301 redirect them ALL to the money site, or if you had 2 money sites to rank, create your private site on each one and link? Do you think a 301 redirect or a PBN with 1-2 OBL on the homepage would be more effective at ranking a site? I've read 301 fades over time, but if the links were staying forever (very old domains) would you 301 or PBN?

    A few questions, but would really like to know anyones' opinion on this.
     
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    kbklash Senior Member

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    Doing 301 on 5 domains at a time is suicide,IMHO.What you've read about 301 fades over time is correct.Google stops counting them to pass the juice after a certain period.I read it on many forums.Many people had the same effect.What i suggest you is Build your PBN links and leave redirecting.Generally, PA and DA seem to be a better indicator of site quality.So don't worry about only of TF.Grab some good domains with about 50+ DA and make a powerful network to pass the authority.
     
  3. ColonelSoldier

    ColonelSoldier Junior Member

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    Yeah I've gone off the 301 idea given risk and loss over time, thanks for going over it

    RE: the DA/PA though, I came across this http://90digital.com/reports/majestic-trust-flow-moz-domain-authority-for-seo-5520.html

    I'm picking up domains with 20+ DA/PA but 20-30+ TF/CF, so the DA/PA is relatively low when you check the table in the appendix of this link ^ I will stick to 4-5 OBL per site, thanks for clarifying
     
  4. ColonelSoldier

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    Yeah I see it now, much clearer, TF skewed towards lower TF making anything low unreliable. Anything over the metrics you've told me has been eaten by russian pill pushers.. I'll keep looking, cheers
     
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    Thanks for all that info man, have saved for future

    I've got majestic and some other tools, can imagine there's not a lot of gold left out there, except for new ones coming daily.

    This makes me think that for Google, PBN will sort it itself out as all the above average useful domains will be eventually spammed to death