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Very few links being seen by Googlebot
I have over 100, only 19 seen
xerxes




msg:53345
 12:13 pm on Mar 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi, is this disheartening or what? And none of my really good new themed reciprocal links are showing. All that work and for what? I am going to ease up a lot on links. My two new sites just built got the same PR as my site I worked my tail off for months getting good solid themed recip links. The new sites have about 2 or 3 links each only. That is all. Boy...and for our business I had to post in a forum and that link shows up, but my good links do not show up. Yes, they are on the recip sites. I am no longer going to knock myself out over links. Content is going to be my king from now on...

 

heini




msg:53346
 12:15 pm on Mar 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

Xerxes, it often takes more than one cycle for new links to show.
Also links only show for high PR pages. They are counted nevertheless.
And, finally, the update may not be over.

AthlonInside




msg:53347
 12:22 pm on Mar 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

You inbound links must be UP on the last deep crawl, if you keep on adding links in the last 4 weeks, it will only show up on the next update.

Also, not all links will show up in the results, 'basically' those with higher PR (4 and above) will show up.

CuriousWeb




msg:53348
 12:44 pm on Mar 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

Definitely keep building your inbound links...it will pay off over time

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