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www vs non-www anchors

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RoadAvenger, Jul 6, 2015.

  1. RoadAvenger

    RoadAvenger Registered Member

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    Does Google count differently the anchors pointed at the 2 different versions of the site?
    Initially, I've built all the links to the non-www version, then I changed to www and the 4-5 links i've built since are exact or partial match. This leaves me with a decent profile on the non-www version, but with outrageous overoptimization on the www version (50% keyword anchors).
    If I start to dilute the anchors will the site come back?
     
  2. Shellster

    Shellster Newbie

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    I assume you have the non www links redirected to the www subdomain. In which case all the anchors will count.
     
  3. Gogol

    Gogol Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    In my opinon, every link will be counted twice if you placed a non www and a www version at the same place. Google is smart enough to know the difference between the www and non-www versions, admittedly. It won't make a difference if you linked www, or non-www.. they all will be counted as your links. Now, let a guru come and prove me wrong lol :p