Okay, so of course we all (should) know we can't interlink AdSense accounts, but let's say we run into this problem:
Some of us write on multiple sites (Hubpages, Infobarrel, plus backlinking sites like SheToldMe).
Let's say we want to post an article on Hubpages, then an article on Infobarrel, which links to the Hub. So far so good.
But let's say we want to post some links on SheToldMe or whatever. So we post one link to the Hub, plus another to the Infobarrel article. That's not "interlinking," right?
And let's say we write an article on Snipsly (also using our AdSense account) which links to the Hub, AND the Infobarrel page, simultaneously, within the same Snipsly article. Anything wrong there?
And let's say we do this five times or whatever. So between Snipsly, Seekyt, Infopirate, SheToldMe and so on, we have links to Hubs, as well as links to Infobarrel articles, which also link to the Hub.
So A links to B, B links to C, and A also links to C. I just want to know if it's safe as long as everything is uni-directional. Anyone familiar with any potential problems here?
There are no rules against interlinking sites with AdSense. But reciprocal links carry less weight. Besides, Google does not like "fake backlinks." It is a matter of whether or not it can detect them. If it can, this could hurt search engine rankings, but this has nothing to do with AdSense. What you are describing sounds like a "linking wheel," so you can search hubs and the forum for additional information about that.
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