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    ABW Ambassador Ron Bechdolt's Avatar
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    If I were to put links one of my high rated Google sites, to some of my other sites that are not listed in Google, do you think it would help google find me and maybe rank me?

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    Definitly. Cross linking between your sites is one of the best way to get higher rankings in google.

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    Yes, it works great for me. Threw one of my new sites on page 1 first time out. If you have a site with a lot of inbound links and a decent page rank with very few outgoing links, a link to a new site will work great.

    May all your ups and downs be in bed

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    Cross linking your sites is the first thing you should do.

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    Hmmn.....

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>
    Definitly. Cross linking between your sites is one of the best way to get higher rankings in google.
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    Also one of the best ways to get removed from the index entirely/PR0.....

    If overdone, that is.

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    I don't see how cross linking you sites would get you removed. I always have done it with no problem. The googlebot just follows links, i don't think it looks up who owns each site.

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    Crosslinking ...

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    Google watches for sites linking to each other on the same server, correct, or am I reading some of the stuff I've read wrong? When is it considered overdone?

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    Qball your right. I know that a bunch of sites I had cross-linked now have that google virus whereas it shows 0 linked sites.

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    google virus??

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    'google virus' is googliean for your site being banned or impairing in google because google thinks it is cheating, or overdoing something such as crosslinking.

    The only thing that you can give and still keep is your word.

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    If your one server allows you to have different IP Addresses for each website, can google detect that? Will it still see it as one server, or as multiples?

    My ISP allows me the use of up to 10 IP addresses for my server. Since I have less than 10 sites, I can assign each one a unique IP address. Does that keep me from getting bit by the Google virus?

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Hmmn..... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Would you like to post your thoughts on this I would be very interested in them

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Tread softly,
    Google carries a big stick <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Absolutely.
    Step over the line and you get hit with the PR0.
    There is very little human checking (2 billion pages, what do you expect).. so tread carefully and avoid being labelled 'spam' by the robot.

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    Yes, Marky, what does "Hmmmm" mean? Doesn't sound good....

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