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Will A Link With A "Click Tracker" Prefix Pass Any Juice To My Site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by freckletone, Jan 20, 2016.

  1. freckletone

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    I asked on WH forom but no one knew. Hopefully some savvy BH'ers can help me out.

    Example of a site using "click trackers" on outgoing links http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-...7547/ways-to-focus-on-fitness-in-the-new-year


    They use a link tracker so the link is this below... It's not a clean link.. It doesn't go straight to onetri.com (not my site) but to the blogher clicktracker thing.


    http://www.blogher.com/clicktracker...tps://www.onetri.com/triathlon_checklist.html


    I think it's some kind of Viglink tracker because when I copy the link address I get


    http://api.viglink.com/api/click?fo...goal, such as a triathlon or marathon,</span>


    I am wondering because I have an account to guest post there but first I would like to know if a link will pass juice due to that strange link prefix tracker thing.


    Is it counted by Google?