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June 8, 2005, 8:28 pm
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I am purchasing links from 11 very high profile, high ranking sites. The
link will appear on the bottom of each page on each site, and link to an
individual page on my site. I will create 11 new content pages on my site
with real, well written, useful content, and point 1 each of these links at
each new page.
My question is, will this boost the profile of my top level homepage? It is
currently a PR4 - the 11 links are all from PR6+ sites. They are not linking
to my homepage, instead they are linking to brand new pages which I presume
will when they go live this week, have a PR0.
Maybe this is better way to tey and explain:
Site 1, 2 ,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 all have a PR6+.
"MY SITE" is PR4
Site 1 will link to "MY SITE" new page 1.html
Site 2 will link to "MY SITE" new page 2.html
Site 3 will link to "MY SITE" new page 3.html
and so on...
This is my first major attempt at genarating links for this site...each link
will have its own unique anchor text which refers to products on each new
page on my site.
What effect will this have on my homepage, the 11 new pages and my site in
general? I could end up with between 2,000 and 5,000 backlinks per high
profile site. So in otherwords, this could result in between 22,000 and
55,000 backlinks. At the moment, there is only 1!!!
Re: Inbound Links.
is "dampened" each time the spider has to hop a link. So, adding an
extra layer of pages around your home page would in fact reduce its
PR, compared to what you could get by purchasing direct links. If that
is not the case, I will appreciate being corrected.
I have a PR7 site www.cooldictionary.com, check it out, I do sell
links. It is a real thing, not some search engine trick. I have some
separate PR6 pages which I could throw in.
Re: Inbound Links.
Be careful, remember the recently published Google algorithmn patent. It
clearly states that Google is (or soon will be) looking at the rate of
increase of links to a site, and anything which looks artificial may be seen
as spam. Ideally Google would prefer your backlinks to increase steadily
over time, not leap from 100 to 50,000 links overnight.
I'm sure your PR will go up, but your ranking may not go up by much. On the
positive side, it will allow you to find some excellent high quality link