I've been having some luck posting comments on some very large news sites for back links. However some of them have so many different sections I notice the URL's are even different than the homepage.
So would it be a good idea to leave several backlinks from the same site? Some of the sections are totally different URL's from the main page.
It can’t do any harm. There is a limit to the benefit you can get from a single domain however I think you are alluding to subdomains, which is the way most large news sites separate topics. If so, then it’s definitely a good idea to try and secure a few backlinks from each subdomain.
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