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    affilaite links and page rank

    If you have lots of affiliate links on your website, does the page rank go down or the serp

    decrease?

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    PageRank is divide up to the links on the page, affiliate links or not. Thus the more links on the page the less pageRank that is passed on to each link.

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    Quote Originally Posted by gm1234
    If you have lots of affiliate links on your website, does the page rank go down?
    No.

    Quote Originally Posted by gm1234
    If you have lots of affiliate links on your website, does the serp decrease?
    No.

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

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    PageRank is divide up to the links on the page, affiliate links or not. Thus the more links on the page the less pageRank that is passed on to each link.

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    Google recommends that webmasters have no more than 100 links on any given page. But does the pagerank of a page decrease as the number of links on it increase? If I had 2 identical pages, would the one with 50 links have a higher pagerank than the one with 150 links?

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    As the quote says, the more links on a page, the less pr that can be passed to each link. If some of these links are internal, it obviously means that your internal pages would also get less pr passed to each of them, thus having a negative affect on your own sites PR.
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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    links will affect your others web page for that reason you can play the game right:
    * avoid to point affiliate links to the merchant from your home page.
    * you can use your tier three web page to point links to your merchant and all others web pages will promote them and you will direct home page and main web pages to all these web pages.

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    I agree with you Dave

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    SEs does not differentiate weather the links are affiliate or not. It just count the outgoing links from yous site.

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    I don't think its depends on affiliate link.. but the keywords and quality of your blog or article.

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    If the page is relevant to affiliate discussions, topics and the links are relevant to the content, that's fine. However if the page is full of affiliate links... this makes it useless.

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    Re: affilaite links and page rank

    i guess it will increse the page rank,



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