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The difference between home page and inner page

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nonamep, Apr 11, 2015.

  1. Nonamep

    Nonamep Junior Member

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    " The biggest downfall of guest posts is that they are rarely ever on the homepage where the actual authority resides. "


    I've read this and now I'm little confused :). And also I've read here in BHW many PBN services say : "article will be posted in homepage 4 weeks" .


    1. So what's the difference ? I mean every article will have one url alone (example: if the article will be about Ford mustang car, the url will be : http://xxxx.com/mustang-car) and every new page will have Page Authority 0, for start PA, like in this example: ( http://xxxx.com/mustang-car) will be 0 so what will be the difference if the article will be placed on homepage or to one inner page ? In the same cases (article placed on home page and placed on inner page) the PA will be 0 for both for start ?



    2. Or to have the home page power authority I will need to place the article on static homepage ?


    Like this: the Ford mustang car will have the url : http://xxxx.com , that means this article will be the homepage. ?




    3. If my homepage will have 10 articles on it and the articles will be only incomplete showed on the homepage and will have : "click to read more" or something like this to redirect the visitator to full article.

    For example : the homepage will be http://xxxx.com and here will be placed the ford mustang article with description : "The ford mustang is a sport car....... click to read more" and then will be redirected to http://xxxx.com/mustang-car

    I will still have power to these articles from the homepage ?






     
  2. SkyrocketSEO

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    4. Articles are not incomplete,thats the point, you can read entire articles
     
  3. Nonamep

    Nonamep Junior Member

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    I want to say you can read entire article in a new page, in homepage will be only a small description about article
     
  4. javierlo

    javierlo Junior Member

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    I have the same question. Does It really helps to have a backlink in a inner page, because when you are guestbloging your post ends not been in the home page.
     
  5. arganrecords

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    There is much confusion in what you ask.

    First of all do you know why the homepage is the most important part of a website?
    Because normally the larger part of the links are pointing to the homepage!

    That said, an article published on the homepage certainly has more value but not in proportion to the PA or DA.
    Remember that this metrics are not created by Google, and often are manipulated and misunderstood.

    Ultimately you can publish your posts inside inner pages because you'll get in any case the benefits of the homepage, even if the item is not on the homepage.
     
  6. myopic1

    myopic1 Regular Member

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    Conceptually it can be easier to think of a PBN site as you would think about plumbing. All the inbound links to your website deliver 1 flow of link juice to the home page (if that's where the links point). When you have links on your homepage you divert that incoming 'link juice' (we'll call it 'Z') to each of the links featured on your homepage. So for example, if you have 10 links on your homepage (internal or external), each link receives Z/10 link juice. Links include menu's, recent articles, 'sponsored by Wordpress'...you name it, if you can click it, it's sapping your link juice.

    Now if your money site post is one of the 10 links on that page, your blog post receives Z/10 link juice. If on that blog post, your money site link is one of another 10 links on that page, it only receives Z/100 of the total incoming link juice to the site. I'm over simplifying here for ease of math because pages interlink via the menu system and bump up that Z/100 number.

    There's another piece of the puzzle too that further devalues non-homepage links. When the original link juice calculating algorithm was devised (I can't speak for today) it's creators deemed in necessary to introduce a link juice degradation of around 15% (don't quote me on the exact number) meaning, each time you link to another page, you lose 15% of the original power. This was done to prevent endless link juice loops.

    tl,dr: The further you get from the homepage usually the most powerful page, the less your links are worth due to sharing link juice with other pages and link juice degradation.

    tl,dr: Link from the homepage if you can.