but it will be our profile.. the main site page, index is pr9..
our profile page will be pr0..
According to websiteoutlook, help.com has a PR9: websiteoutlook.com/www.help.com
Register with Help.com – to do this just enter your email address (no password) and
your login info will be emailed to you.
- Click the link in the email to activate your account
- Click the profile link and type in a few sentences about yourself, including a link or
two to your website and/or blog. You will need to use HTML here, for instance:
<a href='http://www.mywebsite.com'>Best Offer Ever</a>
- Save your profile and make sure that your links are working
After examining the public profile page i cannot see any no-follow tags related to the link/anchor text.
Nice Observation WebTrafficSeller, however as said above by rickyponting66, our link will be placed on an initial PR = n/a page which may or may not be indexed unless you take some efforts to do some linkbuilding for that page.
This method of Profile link-building was made famous by Angela Edwards from the WarriorForum.
I personally haven't done any tests on it yet to prove its legitimacy but many claim that it works.
Anyways, thanks for the share.
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The PR of a site's home page is irrelevant unless that's where your link appears.
Nonetheless, a link from a site with a PR of 9 might be good to help get a new site indexed quickly because a PR 9 site should be experiencing a lot of spider activity.
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin
Any site that gets spidered on a daily basis should be fine.Nonetheless, a link from a site with a PR of 9 might be good to help get a new site indexed quickly because a PR 9 site should be experiencing a lot of spider activity.
Lot's of new webmasters are concerned to get their sites indexed at all, so this kind of tip can be of great help to them I think where they don't have an established site to link from. Although they can get a generous link from this forum very easily.
I totally agree. The page that links to you is the one that passes PR, if at all, to your site.If you are trying to build PR, the PR that is important is the PR of the page where your link appears. That is the only PR value that can be passed.
I am not too sure if the PR of the main page passes on to the profile page. However, i can confirm that the profile page gets quickly spidered and indexed which ultimately benefits the site