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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by baccioalex, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. baccioalex

    baccioalex Regular Member

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    it is true that a link is evaluated by the search engine only if it is entered with<a> otherwise is null?
     
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    Yes.
     
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    No
     
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    ??? what
     
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    hmm sorry i am little confused now,it is true or not?one speak yes,one speak not....
     
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    i am think is not true,i always used link not<a> and i am first page for 2 kw...ok kw not very good but i am first page
     
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    If the OP asked about a link's value for SEO, the answer is still a "yes".

    While Google tries to read/interpret (simple) Javascripts, there isn't any conclusive proof that links created with Javascript count. The same goes for citations in a form of unlinked, plain-text URLs. Redirects do pass "link juice" but a link has to exist to point to a web document, first. Did I miss anything?
     
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    hmmm ok thx
     
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    Yes. A naked url does not have <a href, this is how I interpreted his question.
     
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    Unlinked, naked URLs are used by Google for URL discovery, but don't pass ranking signals.
     
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    Really? Naked urls have no significance? Well that is new to me.