When using groups and getting the automatic links at the bottom of the hub between hubs in that group , do these links count as DOfollow links boosting searchrank as well, or do you need to use anchortext to hubs also to get get them to count toward search rank?
Mel, this is being discussed on another thread (sorry,can't find it right now) - the links are internal within HubPages, so some people say they don't count for much Google juice, and some think they do. Me? Just call me confused.
I mean internal to your OWN hubs , not internal to other peoples hubs. Do links to your OWN hubs impart better PR ,if any ,or do just internal links to other Hubs only count?
Also do the internal GROUPing links at the bottom impart PR or just anchortexting between your own hubs.
The reason I ask is because, if we already took the time to group, and the links impart pr baclinks then hav'nt we done enough by that alone as far as internal linking.
The question is not wether they drive traffic between hubs, as that is a given, but rather do they also impart a dofollow pr rank (vote) about your own other linked hub.
I am seriously doubting if internal links would impart any pr at all... my reason: check out darksides table of contents hub
would all his internal links impart pr in an infinite loop to itself! doubt it
lets say the table of contents was just four links within itself, each imparting a 25 percent vote of the hubs own pr rank strength ,to itself ,for a total vote of 1 full vote according to how excess links from one page impart a vote to others. theoretically the new rank just imparted upon itself would double its own pr.... now since the imparted vote doubled its pr to the page, it would keep doubling its own pr in an infinite feedback loop until it reached the maximum pr allowed by google... there would have to be table of contents capsule with nofollow links to prevent this. if not than using a table of contents with dofollow links would inflate pr .
if linking to your own hubs , but to a different hub of your own ,i would have to say theres no way google would allow it unless they were nofollow and only driving traffic between your own hubs
How r u. any one help me about adsense
i send request for adsense acc approval but i m still waiting
now how can i do
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