I thought I would start a discussion on the topic of too many links on a page If we have a fully do-follow webpage that is a blog. Let's say it starts out with 20 links in the boilerplate (standard template layout with navigation links), and 30 links in the comments area. You are the 31 commenter and put your own do-follow link and suppose it is counted by google as a legit link to your website. Now one thousand more people (spammers) come and make a comment on the same exact page ( no archiving of comments or moving comments off to another page like 1,2,3.....100) Now will your link still be counted as a good do-follow link by google. Remember I m not talking about dilution of pagerank where now the pagerank will be divided by 1051 links. Nope, Im saying will the google algorithm now say hey there is way too many links on this page lets not count any of them, even the ones we were counting as legit before. Something to think about. The other possibility is that it might count lets say the first 200 links it encounters and not count the rest for example. Meaning it parses the page, knows there are 1051 links, adjusts the value of the first two hundred it that regard, making them worth 1/1051 of the pagerank of only having one outbound link on that page, but only counting the first 200 as legit and the rest being fully discounted. Alright, your thoughts, suggestions,etc.