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We are constantly being questioned by our clients about what works and what doesn’t work, so I thought I would compile a quick list of misleading link building statements to help our clients.
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from AllenTaylor 1959 Days ago #
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Good article. I agree with all the points. I’m not sure where the damping factor comes in or where that formula comes from, but I agree with the principle.

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from gunkrub 1959 Days ago #
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Good

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from AndrewMelchior 1959 Days ago #
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Good read and thanks for clearing up some of those myths.

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from AbhishekArora 1958 Days ago #
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I would disagree with this sentence - A high PR website indicates the PR of the home page and web page can be any of the inner pages. Google assigns PR only to a particular web page and not to the whole site. Therefore, home page PR cannot pass value to the inner pages of website.The homepage does pass PR to "intrenal Pages of the wbesite" - it is well known!

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