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URL Shortener Or Direct Page Link Juice

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alvin.orrt, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. alvin.orrt

    alvin.orrt Regular Member

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    I have 2 questions:
    1) i'm using several web20 and blog network links as tier 1 to my money site - if i was to point all these links to an url shortener and the point the short url to my money site, would i get the same effect as if i was pointing the PBN and web20 links directly to my money site?
    2) if i'm pointing all the web20 and pbn links to another web20 page and on that page i have a link to my money site, would i get the same effect as if i was pointing the PBN and web20 links directly to my money site?

    I'm trying to see what's the best buffer i can use between my tier 1 and money site.

    Thanks!
     
  2. JonnyBorneo

    JonnyBorneo Regular Member

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    1) 301 redirects 80-90% link juice (argueable), so no

    2) no you wouldn't. but this method is safer because 301 pass penalties, buffer sites do not
     
  3. alvin.orrt

    alvin.orrt Regular Member

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    80-90 % should be ok from a 301 redirect. with method 2, how much of the link juice would be passed?
     
  4. sara evans

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    Tiny URL's is great for juice pass links.
     
  5. SEOGrenoble

    SEOGrenoble Junior Member

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    It depends the number of links you have on this web20 page. If you have only one link, the juice is maximum. But I would say it has not the same effect than a direct 301 (with this second method, you will mainly rank on the anchor of the link)