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So do I have to conclude that these links actually do pass PR (and a lot of it)? Would this unfortunalty end up that I have to do the same wiki- and blog-spamming my competitors do, just to keep up, and the rel-tag is worthless?
cangoou, two questions:
1) I assume you are not using Google's link data for your analysis, correct?
2) Is there a chance of domain level 301 redirects in your competitor's picture? Those can affect SERPs by transferring backlink influence and PR that is very difficult to discover.
Those can affect SERPs by transferring backlink influence and PR that is very difficult to discover.
Not sure I understand, but sounds interesting can you elaborate a little?
It seems like they should parse the same, but comma separated might make a difference...
Edited: Re-read the OP.
[edited by: tedster at 8:08 pm (utc) on Sep. 19, 2007]
I can give you many examples of sites with one link showing in Google and a couple hunderd showing in yahoo outranking sites with thousands in both.
It isn't the couple links you described.