How valuable are links to my blog coming from one site but that are on different pages?
I write for a PR4 site that has a very broad range of topics. My bio has a dofollow link to my blog with proper anchor text so I basically get one link back every time I submit an article.
My question is that given they all come from the same site? do the other links after the first one still have value? I'm assuming they do but that it's reduced already but I'm not really sure.
I'm asking because I want to determine if the best move for me is to try and find other places to write for in order to get a link (guest post) or to continue to write for the same site.
I believe if you are getting links from a same domain for different pages of a website it will not work much. Even if Google gives some credit it would be negligible. So, the best available option is to get links from different domains.
Your links will have value, but they will be more valuable if you write and backlink from a few different sites. Google does not devalue your links if they are coming from the same site.
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