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There is no need to worry about lost link juice for internal links. You "lose" link juice when you use nofollow or when you link to something in robots.txt. Many sites do one or the other of those with a large number of links on each page and yet they continue to rank just fine. I've experimented with this before. I've tried to hide links from ...


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If you're going to move to HTTPS, the right kind of redirect to use is a 301 redirect, which says you've moved the page permanently to a new spot. About the use of 301 redirects when moving to a new domain, Google says the following: If you can do those [301] redirects to do the granularity of page level to page level, that's a great user experience. ...


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You have a few things going on here, some of which needs a rethink or a new understanding. However, this is one time where one of my mini-tutorials will be helpful. Please be patient. It will make sense I promise. There is no problem linking between sites on the same IP address. This is just plain 'ole SEO pucky so watch where you step. Separate servers is ...


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If you click on the domain (eg. "google.com") in the "Links to Your Site" report it will show you the pages on your site that are linked to from this domain. You can then drill down to find out from where (on "google.com") these pages are being linked from. That's the only way to really find out whether these particular links are beneficial to you. In my ...


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Is this normal? Yes it is. Is this good? Yes it is. Is it a dofollow link? Yes it is. Does it mean those pages google linked to are likely to rank? 95% sure that yes.


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I gather a list of the back links and then run them through the Moz's Open Site Explorer spam analysis tool. If the score is bad, I add it to my list of disavows. Here's a good guide to Google's disavow tool. I tend to avoid using it too much and only when I find really bad websites linking to me who could potentially be causing my website harm. It's a ...


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Whenever you build any backlink try note it down and analyze its effects on search engine. It has positive impact then it is good but when it hampers the website then tries to remove the backlink or disavow it. Remember one thing when you build the backlink try analyze the spam score. Do not get backlink from those domains which have spam score more than 5. ...


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Of course it's legal but it's not going to improve your site rankings as much as a completely different IP chain or website on a totally different server. I have a lot of websites and try to use different servers for a lot of my domains. This way when you make back links they have more weight than back links from the same IP address with different domains. ...



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