Do sub domain gets link juice from main domain without a text link to it from main domain?
As other pages of websites gets some credit from main page, do sub domain do it?
I think recentlyis was reported that google had changed how they deal with subdomains so that they are judged to be separate from the main domain. At least for the puprose of PR. I would say to be on the safe side it's important to have links from the main domains (of from other subdomains) to help with the link juice. Don't take this as gospel though. It's very difficult to truly know how google's algorithym works.
by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Andrew Orrell5 years ago
Ok, so since the Penguin update I have sat here listening to lots of Hubbers complain of loss of traffic. Now we're not talking a little fluctuation in numbers, we are talking 80% gone overnight! For people...
by Michael Willis6 years ago
The Sub-Domain introduced to us here at Hubpages is suppose to help our hubs/writing to be separated out from the entire HP site to be...how do I say this?...judged by Google for quality and credibility by author?I...
by softhard4 years ago
How can I check Alexa ranking for my sub-domain on hubpages. (i mean softhard.hubpages.com).
by easyguyevo7 years ago
For example if I got a backlink from a webpage called lets say www .computers. com/cpuforumIf the pagerank of the domain (www .computers. com) was lets say 5 but the page rank of the sub-domain (www .computers....
by ThunderKeys6 years ago
I find myself writing about Counseling, Organizational Leadership and Team Building.Does it make sense for traffic's sake, social media and onpage seo to create sub profiles for each? Or, is it better to keep it...
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