Do backlinks from pages with low PR that are contained in domains with high PR help my page's PR?
I've heard different stories on this. Does a backlink help me if, although it is on a page with a low PageRank, it is embedded in a domain with a high PageRank? Related to this question: Do the links sold to me by services like Angela's links really help? Are such services useful for hubbers, considering that we have so many individual pages to promote, rather than a central domain?
Here's the thing, while a page may be low PR now, doesn't mean it will always be low PR. If it is well written, it will probably get some attention. As for the paid services, I'm a bit skeptical as they are sending their juice to so many places you have no idea of the quality and it may eventually be diluted.
I think a backlink will help in any case to improve page ranking. Because search engines count incoming links.
I just went to my niche sites to set some links to my hubpages and finally the ranking grew of each of my hubs I have linked to. And my niche sites are still not at googles top 10.
No it's almost 100% the pages PageRank that counts, although as Tom T says the PR may improve over time. The best thing to focus on is building links ethically not with Angela.
Link building strategies like guest blogging, video marketing and the other 84 link building strategies I talk about in Link Building Mastery are very powerful for both building high PR links but also building links that pass traffic from people clicking on them:http://www.2buildbacklinks.com/link-building-mastery.html
We have stayed away from any links not generated by our readers other than facebook groups which share our link with other social sites. If you can find websites which are keyword related by all means use them. Those not keyword related will do more harm than good. The best link as of now is a .edu it has value to search engines no matter what the page rank. We advise not paying for link services because they do not check for keyword related sites.
The whole business of link building has changed dramatically since the Penguin update. It looks like the most important factor now is the relevance of the page, not rank or anything else.
I just wrote a Hub about backlinks.
http://marisawright.hubpages.com/hub/Ho … -Backlinks
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