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Over 75k SiteWide Links!!!

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Sheen91, Oct 3, 2010.

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Does Google like Sitewide Links?

  1. No, I am definitely sure Google hates sitewide links!

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  2. Google won't mind it. A backlink is a backlink.

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  1. Sheen91

    Sheen91 Regular Member

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    I have heard, from quite some time ago, that the BIG G doesn't like sitewide links...

    Myth or Fact?

    The website has no PR, but it is quite cheap. How much should I pay, if I should get it at all.

    I just see many competitors have tens of thousands of backlinks, and they all don't seem so crash hot. So I thought that 75k links can't hurt. However remembering back I remember someone, or reading somewhere, that the BIG G doesn't like it much.

    So basically just those two questions. Are sitewide links still worth something, and if so how much. :D

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    Google is not going to penalize your for a site wide link but you are not going to get any good out of it either. Every additional link from a site is worth less than the one before it. Where it tops out nobody but Google knows but I have never seen any benefit from having more than a few. I never bother with more than three myself though I will take a sitewide from a high PR site if it is available and worth what it takes for the one link which is what I am really getting in my mind.

    The question to ask yourself is how much one link from this site is worth. The rest of the links do not really matter either way. What would you pay for one link from this site? If it is less than that then do it, if it is more than do not bother.
     
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    I would like to hear mister bobby loves opinion on this matter.

    OP you can buy site wide links at fiverr.com I bout a few pr 3-4 site wide links :)
     
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    Anythign less than a PR 5 or 6 is not worth it.
     
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    While obviously the higher the PR of your link the better off you are is true. However to say that anything less than a PR 5 is worthless is just plan wrong. I have ranked moderately competitive keywords with no links of PR 5 or higher. Just about any PR link you can get will help somewhat. What you have to weigh is how much it is going to cost you in time or money to decide whether the ROI makes it worth doing. If I get a chance at a PR1 link that costs little or nothing I take it. Never turn down a decent link. Plus you never know what will happen to the PR of the site a year from now. It might end up a PR 3 or 5 and you got in real cheap.
     
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    Thank you so much everyone for your responces I really appreciate it. :D
     
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    Site wide links definitely help, but that doesn't mean you should stop linking internal pages.
     
  8. Sheen91

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    I guess I won't be buying any sitewidelinks.

    Just one question, as an opinion from you SEO experts out there.

    Lets say you have a PR3 website, that is ranked #2.

    #1 spot also has PR3, but has 50'000 backlinks, and you only have just over 1'000 (Obviously good quality most have PR, some edu links in there etc.)

    Would another 75k backlinks do the trick to bump you up to #1.

    Because if he has 50k backlinks, and is only PR3, most have to be junk right?

    So that is the first question.


    This is the second.


    SEOwise if for a MNS you wanna go for #1 and the competition isnt great. Doesn't the 75k backlinks from a site help alot? As in if a site ranked #1 with 1k links, and PR0, should be easily taken over with 75k links. Even if its sitewide.

    So I see many people saying it is only worth 1 link at the site, and I think differently, because I think it should be worth a little more.
     
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    It's hard to tell, you said that site has no PR and each link you get from that site will not have as much weight as a unique backlink, so each link may count even less than a PR0 (if they can).

    That site may show up as having 50,000 backlinks, but that could be because they also have some sitewides.

    If the links are cheap they couldn't hurt to try.
     
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    are you serious? sitewidelinks doesn't workit eefects on ranking