I'm using web 2.0 sites to create backlinks to my website. I've been wondering about what passes on more linkjuice to my money site. When I only put one contextual link in each article that links to the money site or when I have one contextual link to my website and also have 2 or more contextual links linking randomly to the other web 2.0 sites. If a page truly splits it's vote over the amount of outgoing links then I'm led to believe that just having one link to the money site would be more effective. Not interlinking them may also make it look more natural, but linking them together will help them index each other. But when purely looking at how much linkjuice is passed to the money site, which method would be better?