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July 27th, 2010, 09:44 AM #1
Backlinks from other country websites
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- July 27th, 2010
First question or many! If my site has a .co.uk extension and is hosted in the UK, then would backlinks from other country sites (ie .com hosted in USA or .in hosted in India etc) provide less link juice than backlinks from sites hosted in the UK with .co.uk extensions?
Do the backlinks with the same extension and hosting coutry hold more relevancy?
July 27th, 2010, 10:00 AM #2
No, "link juice" from a link comes from the value of the site linking in and isn't partial to extensions. Using ccTLD's on the other hand will make your site more visible to your geographic zone, but less visible to the rest of the world. So, to sum it up, you'll still get the same concentrate, but how the search engine treats your site is going to be different than a non-geographical TLDAffiliate marketing is not just a way to make money, it's a way of life.
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