If you delete a blog entry that has backlinks to your hubs, does it harm SEO?
Depends on the "cleanliness" of the links themselves, outbound and inbound. It may effect SERP but not overall optimization, if the Hub is a follow (+75). Keep in mind, to be seen as a PR site, each 50 "clean" links raises the site rank but not necessarily SERP. A PR 8 site needs 400 consistent, good links, to be recognized as such.
Bob is correct on the losses appearing as broken or abandoned links. Links are gateways/portals between machines and pages.
It wouldn't harm your hubs as in getting your hubs banned or deindexed from Google. However, the credit given to your hubs by the google algorithm through those backlinks will be gone which may affect your rankings in Google for keywords.
sort of because that page is giving you link juice unless it is a nice blog entry or one with low page rank
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
Hi there,I've been hearing discussions that noindexing hubs (because they are idled) impacts their backlinks in some way, and I'd like to find out if this is true.I've been researching this a bit online and have found the following:- According to the Google Webmaster forum, Google *does* count...
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
Article for discussion. I know that this recent development has already been mentioned by some hubbers in forums. But I am now wondering if this might be the main reason why we are seeing the current traffic plunges for many hubbers? See link...
by Cardia 6 years ago
I read in someone's hub last night that they used Social Monkee to get backlinks for their Hubs. Social Monkee says that it gives you 25 backlinks every day for your page. Has anyone else used this? Is it reliable, and worth it? I'm currently trying to build up my backlinks, and I'm using Twitter,...
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
Hi all-- This question is directed at anyone who frequently uses Blogger. I have several blogs, but am only now getting to where I'm trying to use them to backlink to my HP articles. So, naturally, I have some questions. First: What is that "Link"...
by brandonhart100 7 years ago
There is a stigma associated with backlinks on HP that can sometimes leave those less experienced a little bit confused about what is allowed and disallowed by Google. While I won't go into that topic of conversation I wanted to go in to what types of links Google says are ok for you to setup...
by Nelle Hoxie 7 years ago
I've taken down as many backlinks as I could quickly do myself. Some places like shetoldme make you ask for help - I've done it. I've deleted all RSS feeds from my own sites and I'll start going over individual posts and replacing HP links with affiliate links. I have so many sites, I may have...
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