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Do authority sites prefer to link to blogs or websites?
Blog or Website for authority links?

Msg#: 4055265 posted 4:34 pm on Jan 6, 2010 (gmt 0)

Imagine you have a medical related domain for which you would like to build 'authority' backlinks, ideally from .gov and .edu type of links... would you recommend building a blog or a website?

The purpose for the website/blog is to provide solid information; research findings, statistics, ideas etc.. and will be updated regularly. The primary objective however, is to request backlinks from well-established 'authority' websites.

Your suggestions will be duly appreciated!



Msg#: 4055265 posted 3:42 am on Jan 15, 2010 (gmt 0)

Gee, am I drunk or are 'Wheel' and 'MartiniBuster' seriously dominating this forum with some unorthodox, yet genius organic ranking strategies..?!

A lot of value in their comments! Thanks guys...

Oh and Wheel, we gotta talk! lol


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Msg#: 4055265 posted 4:19 am on Jan 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

If you have the useful content for academic use , it will gain number of referral links as well, for example, research paper for particular industry. Also professor's blog are also influence links as well.


Msg#: 4055265 posted 2:29 am on Jan 23, 2010 (gmt 0)

Naaah... you don't say!

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