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PR5 domain, do i use POST or PAGES to send link juice?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by AGman, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. AGman

    AGman Power Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I bought a PR 5 domain and now I have installed wordpress. I am using this domain to send link juice to my money site.

    My question is do I use PAGES or POSTS to link to my money site???????? which is better????

    If the posts show up on the homepage does that pass the same juice as a pages????
     
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    Make a new page and set that page on home page of your website.
     
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  3. AGman

    AGman Power Member

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    anyone else think this is the way to go?
     
  4. SportsGeek

    SportsGeek Registered Member

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    Can you explain that a little more?

    Set that page to redirect to your homepage of your money website?
     
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    wizzyman Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    In order to get the most out of your PR link juice you'll need to link back from the home page of your PR5 domain ... Any internal pages would have relative PR which supposedly is less than 5. If you can manage a page in your WP that is considered to be the "Main" home page of your PR5 domain and link back from that page to your money site, you'll be getting the best in terms of link juice.

    Why not a post? because a post would be considered an internal page in your WP blog and has its own URL, thus will get a relative PR eventually which is normally less than PR5. Ofcourse in special occasions, an internal link can have more PR than the main home page, but that doesnt apply in the scenario here.

    Wish you the best
    ~Wizzy


     
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  6. Trevor J

    Trevor J Junior Member

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    You should want a static home page instead of a link within a post, because if you update it that link may drop off the home page. You could also have a static block on the home page with the link to your site as well as blog posts below that. But to be safe you want a static page with the link, just seems more practical.
     
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