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  1. #11
    PR completely depends upon the quality of dofollow back links a page got.And it's true that frequency of crawling of G robot is proportional to PR means a page having PR7 will get more crawling then a page of PR5.

    Yet G has not cleared that getting link from a high PR page would help in increasing SERP but in my practical experience I've found that it's working.In Google terms what is quality back link,it might be from high PR sites or from reputed sites.

  2. It's not just about the domain and which site your link is on.

    You also need to take into account WHERE the link is placed. Take a look at Google's new patent, called the "reasonable surfer" patent.
    Google's Reasonable Surfer: How the Value of a Link May Differ Based upon Link and Document Features and User Data

    The value of the link may differ based on where it is placed on a page.
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  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by bhartzer View Post
    The value of the link may differ based on where it is placed on a page.
    Good point, Bill. My tests have proven this to be true for several years. Links in footers and sometimes in sidebars are discounted. Sitewide links are heavily discounted.

    The best quality link that you can get is a natural link within the text of an article related to your page's keyword theme.

    BTW, that's a good article.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    Google does not rules the internet no matter how many people say they do. Google is actually only a small part of the internet. There are thousands of search engines and directories and many of those search engines have been around longer than google.

    Millions upon Millions of people use these other search engines. While I certainly will take my top listings I have and the small amount of traffic google provides I will not build my business on them.

    Many places you can get 3 times the traffic vs a top listing in google...

    James
    Oh, really?

    Google Passes 72% Market Share

    There are probably some newer numbers available, but with a 72% market share, that makes them the 800-pound gorilla of the web. Anyone who ignores an ape that big will not get a share of the bananas.

    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    While I certainly will take my top listings I have and the small amount of traffic google provides I will not build my business on them.
    That actually explains a lot. Perhaps this is the result of your viewpoint and the tactics that you preach. I don't ignore G and get more than 90% of my traffic from free Google search listings. That totals hundreds of thousands of unique visitors each month. Thank you very much, King Kong.

    When you are playing in an area dominated by an 800-pound gorilla, it is best to play nice and he will give you some bananas. You won't get the same reward when you play with the chimpanzees.
    "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


  5. The best quality link that you can get is a natural link within the text of an article related to your page's keyword theme.
    I agree.
    Many places you can get 3 times the traffic vs a top listing in google...
    I also agree. Don't just look at getting search engine rankings at Google.

    If you're looking to get links placed, though, make sure that the links are in a place where people will click, where the traffic is. In many cases these are above-the-fold, right in the begiining of an article, for example.

    The more highly visible the link, the more traffic you'll get and the better it will be for search engine rankings.
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  6. #16
    @James - I'll keep this quite simple and straight.

    If your techniques work for you GREAT, keep using them and you'll be a millionaire sooner than later, as for the rest I suggest that you stop bashing on other's opinions without a single proof of whatever you say.

    You know what? People at NB are a lot smarter than you think and they can distinguish between what's reasonable and what's pure bullshit. (aka signature promoting and others)

    My 2 cents... what do I know about iNet biz anyway...

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    @James - I'll keep this quite simple and straight.

    If your techniques work for you GREAT, keep using them and you'll be a millionaire sooner than later, as for the rest I suggest that you stop bashing on other's opinions without a single proof of whatever you say.

    You know what? People at NB are a lot smarter than you think and they can distinguish between what's reasonable and what's pure bullshit. (aka signature promoting and others)
    Exactly. I have asked James to substantiate some of his claims, but thus far all I read lacks credibility. In South Carolina I think they say, "That dog just won't hunt."

    No one here should be bashing good advice and proven methods that are in widespread use and are very successful for thousands of web entrepreneurs. There are a lot of newbies in NB that are looking for good advice from experienced people, so please do not confuse them.

    If you really do have some secret tricks in your bag, good for you. But before you tell anyone else, "You are wrong", make sure that you can show them how they are wrong. That's the part that is missing. If you want to show that something someone says is wrong, show them how they are wrong.

    We want to hear your opinion, but back it up with SOMETHING.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    He also confirmed me the New York Times link part of my post, that's why I posted it.
    Good point. It's not only about PR but the trust/authority that the link confers. I'd love to get some .mil links even if the pages are PR0.

    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    Getting backlinks that are only related will throw up a red flag most of the time because it is not natural ...
    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    Inner pages do not gain PR just because the main has PR .. sorry .. There are sites out there -- Oh Oh I know a good one... That every marketer loves to talk about.. That useless adsense farm EzineArticles - Perfect example, they have millions of inner page and they are unranked and pr0 - Unless backlinks are built to them.
    I have to disagree with this. The main pages does pass PR to the inner pages. In the EZA example there is just to many article pages for the main page to pass any significant pagerank.

    The most important aspect of PR is how it effects the crawl in how frequenly the bot crawls the site and how many pages are indexed.

    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    Those that build their business on google makes a huge mistake... It always amazes me how quick people are to run to google and google docs, videos, blogs, and etc.. When it comes to internet marketing...

    Google does not rules the internet no matter how many people say they do. Google is actually only a small part of the internet. There are thousands of search engines and directories and many of those search engines have been around longer than google.

    Millions upon Millions of people use these other search engines. While I certainly will take my top listings I have and the small amount of traffic google provides I will not build my business on them.

    Many places you can get 3 times the traffic vs a top listing in google...

    James
    I agree its a big mistake to depend on Google 100% for your livelihood. But you also have to consider the nature of the business. An online retailer with warehouses, inventory and hundreds of employees is living on thin ice. But a law firm shouldn't worry about it. They could make millions and gains hundreds of clients. So, there's no sense in worrying about tomorrow.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    Thank you for proving my point as I said "Inner pages do not gain PR just because the main has PR" which is a 100% truthful fact! There must be a structure in place
    Of course their must be a structure in place. Everyone that has responded to you assumed that you were claiming that internal links from the home page do not pass PR. Links will pass PR from the home page to inner pages, and those pages pass PR to the pages that they link to, and so on. You do not NEED backlinks from other sites in order for inner pages to pick up PR.

    Quote Originally Posted by James Stein View Post
    It is a Fact that thousands of search engines have millions of users. This is nothing that need to be proven, its a fact.
    There is nothing factual about this statement at all, because there aren't "thousands" of search engines and there are only three or four that drive almost all of the traffic on the web. Here is another set of statistics.

    Search Engine Market Share

    These May 2010 estimates show:

    Google global = 84.80%
    Yahoo global = 6.19%
    Bing = 3.24%

    That leaves a 5.77% market share for all of the thousands of search engines that you claim to focus on. Sounds like a brilliant plan to me.
    "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


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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterjordan View Post
    [/LIST]Yes. It's one of the most powerful way to boost up your ranking because Google likes frequent update with fresh content. It also helps to get better ranking on long tail keywords.
    Totally agreed.
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