Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Carlmarks, Nov 26, 2011.
What is link juice and where is it used?
Link juice = page rank = amount of links going into a page
Link Juice= a kind of tasty juice very popular in USA
You can buy it for 97$ at linkjuice.com and if you use the coupon code "bhw" it will only cost you 47$!
Link juice is like the power a site has from all the incoming links and the quality of them, it has.
get good backlinks means you will ge more good juice for your website
think of battery juice, which refers to battery power.
eg. my battery ran out of juice = my battery ran out of power.
so link juice means link power. It is the power an (incoming link/backlink) is giving your site. Link juice helps to boost your site in terms of search engine rankings.
Thanks for your help.
I try link juice whenever I get bored with orange juice
Post of the day. Thanks for the laughs.
something like my avatar...
Link Juice =
Say your website is blabla.com and you are selling bla bla.
You have a link on a different website (blogger for example) titled bla bla and when you click on bla bla it goes to your site at blabla.com
Now throw up about 50k of these links and There ya go!
lol i remember the days when i asked questions like this. felt like it was only yesterday haha...
proper definition of link juice: the power of a link going to your money site. a backlink with high PR (high power) or a backlink containing backlinks of its own has strong linkjuice power.
hope this helps.
lol this is the post of the day. thnx for making me laugh, op.
0_o.... by golly u got the best avatar on bhw!! is it wrong that i wanna watch porn after seeing that avatar?
Link juice is the juice you get from squeezing links.
Actually how can i squeeze links ?
LOL!!!!! i hope u knew that was sarcastic. Try asking google what link juice is. google wont be sarcastic to you.
We should come up with an official "Link Juice Cocktail".
All of us start asking for it in the bars in our area. A viral BHW cocktail.
Sometimes it's used to mean "page rank", other times it simply means the general link power/weight. For example, people often ask, "if I built links to a 301 redirect, will the destination domain get the same link juice?" You see here it means link power/weight
Link juice is link powers
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