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dynamic text links vs 1 static link

 7:14 pm on Oct 1, 2008 (gmt 0)

I want every page on DomainA.com to have a link to DomainB.com So instead of having 1 static link on every page pointing to the homepage of DoimainB, I want to create dynamic and descriptive links that link to thousands of internal pages on DomainB.com

DomainA.com pages consist of "product + sub product" for thousands of products. I want every one of those pages to include a link structured like this:

For the product1+subproduct1 page:
link anchor "product1+subproduct1+service" links to DomainB.com/service/product1/subproduct1.html

DomainB.com does not have any external links to it's internal pages. This would be for about 5000 pages.

Is this better then having all pages link to the homepage of DomainB.com?

Does it make any difference?

My goal is to have the internal pages of DomainB to rank well for "product+sub product+service" keywords.

Any tips or advice would be appreciated.



 7:54 pm on Oct 1, 2008 (gmt 0)

How are the domains associated? Same registration, IP, host, etc?


 8:04 pm on Oct 1, 2008 (gmt 0)

They are totally different, IPs, hosts registrations. DomainA has been in business online for about 10 years, domainB about 1.

Also, sorry I didn't see the "Link Development" forum, maybe someone can move it there?

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