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PageRank and Noframes
esset2002

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Msg#: 5385 posted 9:42 am on Sep 13, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hi I was wondering if a link in the Noframes section of a indexpage counts for Pagerank?

ESSET

 

ikbenhet1

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Msg#: 5385 posted 1:52 am on Sep 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

yes.

Powdork

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Msg#: 5385 posted 2:27 am on Sep 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Yes, assuming the link is also available to the frame visitor. To use <noframes> content make links visible to search engines but not humans can lead to eternal damnation.

ciml

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Msg#: 5385 posted 11:08 am on Sep 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Does a link in the Noframes section counts as much for Pagerank?

Is it as likely to be crawled as a link that isn't in noframes?

ikbenhet1

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Msg#: 5385 posted 11:44 am on Sep 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

My guess is yes, maybe even more than 'normal link'.

but having little doubt:

I'm know google indexes multiple frames but don't know if google sees these frames actually as an outbound links.

My guess is yes again, since it indexes these frames.

I'll let you know when google gets updated(guess i have to wait for deepcrawl), cause i happend to do this month with multiple domains, to save on my webhosting-cost.

i'll let u know as soon as i see any change on mr G.

[add] i mean of course more pr than a 'normal link' assuming you put just a few links on the frame page.

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