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Question about old domain name metrics ( link anchor text)types

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by methos, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. methos

    methos Supreme Member

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    I searching about Old powerful domain name with some exact metrics , and i almost catch it but i have some questions before buy it and need some help :

    1-is there exact link anchor text type better than others , i mean if it's (domain.com) better than (domain) ?

    2-shall i avoid generic anchor text links or it's worth ?

    3-what TF-CF depends on ? dose TF-CF are the most important factors for effecting on domain authority ?


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    Not really sure I understand your questions, but the easier answer is that you want to AVOID domains that have a ton of SEO links. If you see lots of keywords that's not as good. If you see lots of domain.com and domain and www.domain.com that's good. As for numbers you want to have the highest possible PA and DA and CF and TF, but only if the domain does not have any spam links (so it doesn't have a ton of blog comments or anything that looks built by software).
     
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