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Should I be linking to my front page or the specific page that I want to build traffic for. Lets say for example that my site is www.example.com, and i have a list of New York widgets at www.example.com/newyorkwidgets. If I want this latter page to rank high, will there be any affect if I get lots of relevant high PR links to example.com only?
I hope this makes sense, it's just something I have wondered.
[edited by: martinibuster at 10:26 am (utc) on Jan. 24, 2010]
[edit reason] Removed specifics. [/edit]
Home page should rank for "widgets" while a deeper page should rank for Widgets in New York. Makes sense for the user, makes sense for you because conversions will be higher if a new york searcher lands on a new york page, whether you are after an affiliate sale or a click. Build links accordingly.
Despite that all relevant search terms are ranking high and linking to the most appropriate pages.