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Multiple signups for the same domain name

Discussion in 'Co-op Advertising Network' started by jontelofot, Sep 24, 2004.

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    Multiple signups for the same domain name, but different subdirectories allowed?

    E.g.
    Account 1 = www .site.com/abc/
    Accound 2 = www .site.com/def/

    If so, the base weight formula can be tricked, and we don't want that, do we? :)
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    jontelofot, Sep 24, 2004 IP
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    joeychgo Notable Member

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    We dont??

    What makes you think it can be tricked like that?
     
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    flawebworks Tech Services

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    Why would you want to do that; when the ad system picks up subdirectories any way? It seems self defeating to me.
     
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    It gets round the max page per site limit
     
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    jontelofot Peon

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    Yes, and with the linear PR base weight formula used it would be a disaster.
    For example, I could go from a 22K base to 144K on my site, which would be ~3.5 times more than directory.google.com would recieve. (If google decides to join our cause ;)

    Hence, I wanted to make sure this is not possible for anyone.

    Since number of inbound links required to increase your PR is exponential, shouldn't the added base weight for each PR step be too?

    Right now a PR8 with 40K pages only get twice the weight as a PR4 with 40K pages. This is just not right in my opinion, since a PR8 bring ALOT more to the network.
     
    jontelofot, Sep 24, 2004 IP