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Maximum number of links
How many internal/external links

 6:38 pm on Oct 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

I've created a network of 100 domains with 100 pages each.

What would be considered the maximum number links I should have on a single page, both to other domains in my network and internal links to other pages within one of my domains?




 6:43 pm on Oct 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

>> the maximum number links I should have on a single page

For Google:

Keep the links on a given page to a reasonable number (fewer than 100).

Lots of reading here: [google.com...]

[edited by: claus at 7:08 pm (utc) on Oct. 12, 2003]


 6:55 pm on Oct 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

claus, that's the advice for getting your site indexed or as much links followed and inner pages indexed as possible - crosslinking is another thing ...

I can't give any advice on this - due to the lack of experience- but i'd take a flip chart and draw all linkings between the sites using different colours. Then i'd carefully look how the links flow - are there any circles? Bad! Does it look artificial? Bad! It should "look" natural and even should stand a manual check of the networked sites. It's not the number of links but how the sites / pages are connected. I'd avoid patterns.

However, i have no experience so i'm just guessing ... and i wouldn't suggest building a 100 x 100 network if all the sites share the same topic etc.

Btw: why did you post at the cloaking forum?

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