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Diminishing Page Rank - MultiLinks / Same Site
page rank, multiple links, one site, one way

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Msg#: 28283 posted 6:24 pm on Feb 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

I've got a new site launched 1/15. It still has a PR of 0 and link:domain.com = 0 (although BLs do exist), which I've read is common.

The good news is, I've been publishing a decent amount of new content for it.

I've been taking new articles and posting them on an ezine site with decent page rank rewarded per rendered page. I picked this site specifically because the article/authors pages have a PR of 5 to 6.

My primary goal is to build one way backlinks for my new site. An added bonus is watching others pick up the articles/link for reprint.

My question is, what is the diminishing return in regards to back links/PR/SERP value to posting many articles/links in a single site? Is each seperate page rewarded as a BL?




WebmasterWorld Senior Member steveb us a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 10+ Year Member

Msg#: 28283 posted 9:15 pm on Feb 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

"what is the diminishing return "

Backlinks and PR, none.

Overall serp value, there will be some, but there is no way to be exact about it, and it doesn't matter since 54 links will be better than 53 even if the boost keeps getting less and less for each link added.

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