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Wikipedia.Org Backlinks?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by e2274964, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. e2274964

    e2274964 Registered Member

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    So far I've gotten 3-4 backlinks to stick in Wikipedia.Org's external links for close to a week now on pages that are PR4-PR6 with PA30-80. The pages were re-indexed with my links almost immediately and I've been checking them for days now seeing if they'd stick. My question is, has anybody ever witnessed any longterm effects of having Wikipedia.Org links on AGED domains? I know they're nofollow and supposedly don't "pass" or transfer anything, but I remember someone saying they pass domain authority and trust depending on the metrics of the page/site it's coming from. Can anybody confirm or share their experiences?
     
  2. healzer

    healzer Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Your question has been answered a million times on BHW.
    Aged domains carry a lot of ranking power.
     
  3. cosmoweb

    cosmoweb Newbie

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    It's not a very backlink but it's good bl