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Get a PR10 Baclink for FREE, Is it Possible???

Discussion in 'Link Development' started by kokotajima, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. oxidati0n

    oxidati0n Peon

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    #61
    This is pretty pathetic now. Stop acting as if you know PR better than Google.

    Your method doesn't work, weither you claim it does or not. If it does work, then Google will be bust. Why?
    SEMrush
    Let's say your site is No.1 for keyword "hello", and 1000 other people do your "method". Wheres does that leave your site? And can't you supposedly "attempt" that trick to leave you at the top. The PR economy will be worthless.
     
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  2. puzzle

    puzzle Active Member

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    #62

    Hey Angela,

    Base on your statements:

    1. I should expect to see a backlink from Adobe forum sometime sooner?
    Here is the method (feel free to comment):
    http://www.howtorankhigh.com/getting-backlink-from-pr10-site-jan-09-rank-high-myth-burst.html

    2. And this backlink (if it is coming) will eventually help me to rank higher in the keyphrase I am targeting even though I am posting at Adobe Acrobat forum which is totally irrelevant to my blog on SEO.

    If your method is somehow different from mine, I would like to give it a try. Thanks.
     
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  3. Hoster1983

    Hoster1983 Active Member

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    #63
    It does work. I got a backlink from NASA and Adobe. The first time a got a link from adobe forums, it was PR N/A. The recent PR update gave that page a PR of 4 and now my backlink shows a PR of 5 from adobe. Once the page borrows more PR effect of the main domain, my backlink will also increase in value. This was the reason my 3 week website got a PR of 4 and pushed up all the way to page 2 of the search results for a pretty competitive keyword "fiji". Just be reminded that I have yet to do any SEO work on it, apart from using Angela's methods.
     
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  4. siflur

    siflur Well-Known Member

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    #64
    Did you read my post? I asked you not to comment. And I'm not trying to prove anything or asking her to do so.
     
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  5. Hoster1983

    Hoster1983 Active Member

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    #65
    And I have the right to comment....
     
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  6. siflur

    siflur Well-Known Member

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    #66
    I just had a look at your method.
    The domain your link is on is a PR5 domain:
    adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx/.3bbeda8b/ - This is the first page!
    adobeforums.com is redirected back to adobe.com (PR9 - PR10 before).
    So when you look up adobeforums.com with your tool it shows the pagerank for adobe.com (this is the exact same method you use to fake the pagerank of a domain).

    I guess you have never worked with 301 redirects?
    Anyway, what does this tell you about your proof?

    info:adobeforums.com
     
    siflur, Jan 6, 2009 IP
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    bigbody300 Well-Known Member

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  8. Hoster1983

    Hoster1983 Active Member

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    #68
    It works, and that is the point. period. You explanation does not make any sense.
     
    Hoster1983, Jan 6, 2009 IP
  9. treeman22

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    #69
    getting popcorn
     
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    #70
    a INTERESTING & FUNNY THREAD.
     
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    tankard Well-Known Member

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    #72
    Mmh, I feel the same way.

    I totally agree!!!

    Tell me your home address, I'll pop by and show you everything you need to know!

    We are talking about PR n/a pages not PR0 - there is a large difference between PR n/a and PR0. Besides, a PR1 link from a small crappy site is much better than a PR n/a from Adobe.

    I have nothing personal against you but I just keep disagreeing with everything you say and teach. Sorry, maybe it's me...!

    Which site? Which site? You are all talking about "the site"... Which site?
     
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  13. siflur

    siflur Well-Known Member

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    #73
    adobeforums.com is a PR5 domain. What is it you don't understand?
    I think it is pathetic you can't even find the PageRank of a certain domain.
     
    siflur, Jan 7, 2009 IP
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    #74
    if a cat goes through a cat flap backwards, does it become a flat cap?
     
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    #75
    Finally, a breath of fresh air in a thread that stinks to the high heaven with misinformation!
     
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    kokotajima Active Member

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    #76
    oho folks...really glad to start this special debate thread on how exploring any high pagerank pages to make any better exposure. hope that a big loser noobie like me can take many insight from it...lol..
     
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