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SEO Report analyze questions.

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by kacsa1337, Nov 10, 2013.

  1. kacsa1337

    kacsa1337 Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I dont know im creating a thread in the correct section of the forum, but i would like to ask a few question.
    Im a newbie and i dont know many things about the linkbuilding or how im should analyze the Seo reports.
    I bought a SEO service from someone and recieved the report. Inside the report you can see the links and the PR of the link.

    Lets say: These are High PR .edu, .gov Links.
    example: xy.gov.ro/xyxyxyxy/xyxy

    Inside the report this link PR is (lets say)7. As a newbie i went to google to find some onlie PR check website. I found one, i was copying the url: xy.gov.ro. In the result the website is PR 1. I tryd it with another PR checker, result was the same. I tryd with another url from the report it was different again.

    Im confused. What i'm doing it wrong?

    p.s.: Sorry for bad english and sorry if the question is stupid.
     
  2. stackcash

    stackcash Registered Member

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    The domain is high PR, but the page in which your link exists is low PR.
     
  3. kacsa1337

    kacsa1337 Junior Member

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    The root(main) domain has different PR than inside the report. Thats my problem.
     
  4. stackcash

    stackcash Registered Member

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    Yes, that's how it works. People are not selling you tens to hundreds of links on actual high PR pages for the price you paid. One contextual link on a white hat PR3 website will cost at least $30 alone.

    You purchased low pr links on high pr domains. I don't understand where the confusion is here.
     
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  5. sashablack

    sashablack Elite Member

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    Great response guys, nice to see newbies helping newbies :) And yes OP they are right :)
     
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  6. kacsa1337

    kacsa1337 Junior Member

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    Thanks for making things clear.