How much backlink link juice can I pass with internal linking?

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Hello,

I have a blog that has a decent number of backlinks, and I would like to add some new ones.
Having said that, I intend to do it differently, instead of adding backlinks that point directly to my money pages, I wanted to do add the backlinks to related articles, and from those pages, I will use the internal linking to pass the link juice.

So my question, how much link juice from that backlink will I be able to pass on by using internal linking?

Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    If anyone gives you an actual answer, they have no idea what they are talking about.

    There is no way to measure it and there are too many variables that would impact it, such as the number of links on your page, where this link will appear on the page, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I'll answer him ... "some". How much is dependent upon all the things Mike pointed out (and likely some we'll never know).
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    • Profile picture of the author Luka19
      Agree - No one knows, something definite.In my case I try to link from blog posts to pages that I want to rank (for example from main index site prostave.com to page bet365 ne dela). And in my case, I'm obviously doing well, but it is not ideal solution for all markets.
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  • Profile picture of the author kurosaki4d
    Thank you for both of your valuable answers. As I understand, the more links i have on my page, the more of the juice is spread equally.

    So supposely, let's say I have only two internal links on my page, including the one that i intend to link to my money page which is located in the middle of the content.

    Knowing that, approximately how much link juice will pass to my money page?

    PS: Does an external link
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      SOME!


      Really, that is the best answer you're going to get.


      There's no way to know if Google does 50/50, or if the 1st link gets 64% of the juice, the 2nd one 30% and the rest is reserved for future ideas.


      The best use of your time is to stop wanting the precise percentage and start working on getting visitors to your pages.


      Originally Posted by kurosaki4d View Post

      Thank you for both of your valuable answers. As I understand, the more links i have on my page, the more of the juice is spread equally.

      So supposely, let's say I have only two internal links on my page, including the one that i intend to link to my money page which is located in the middle of the content.

      Knowing that, approximately how much link juice will pass to my money page?

      PS: Does an external link
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by kurosaki4d View Post

      Thank you for both of your valuable answers. As I understand, the more links i have on my page, the more of the juice is spread equally.

      So supposely, let's say I have only two internal links on my page, including the one that i intend to link to my money page which is located in the middle of the content.

      Knowing that, approximately how much link juice will pass to my money page?

      PS: Does an external link
      You are missing the point. There is no way to measure this. Period. Google doesn't give us any kind of metric measuring how much linkjuice, authority, or whatever you want to call it gets passed on through links.
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  • Profile picture of the author ozstylo
    I would say add backlinks that point directly to your money pages. That cluster thing you are thinking of may or may not work depending on the related articles. Plus you will have to wait months to find out if it actually worked. It is best to take the organic traffic coming to your blog and try to make it easier for the users to go from the blog to the product/service pages with strategically placed links, forms, and banners.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vasu Rathi
    First, check the main keyword you are working on and then see the other blogs that have that same keyword and are ranked first. Check how many backlinks it's having. You have to cross that limit to be ranked first.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I can't help but wonder when the OP says there are only two links on the page whether or not he has also factored in the navigation links that are on the page.

    Bottom Line: "Link Sculpting" - the term once used for the practice of directing juice based upon the number of links on a page and where they are located - has largely been dismissed as an ineffective SEO technique nowadays. If it works at all, it is a hair more than totally insignificant.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

      I can't help but wonder when the OP says there are only two links on the page whether or not he has also factored in the navigation links that are on the page.

      Bottom Line: "Link Sculpting" - the term once used for the practice of directing juice based upon the number of links on a page and where they are located - has largely been dismissed as an ineffective SEO technique nowadays. If it works at all, it is a hair more than totally insignificant.
      Link sculpting works well. The problem is it is just a lot harder to do since Google changed how they handle nofollow in 2009.
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  • Profile picture of the author Malik Kashif
    It depends on your Article how much they log must be needed 3,5 external links
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  • Profile picture of the author Val Adictorian
    As many backlinks you can generate will help you in this.
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  • Profile picture of the author medprimmer
    its depend on the page quality from where you linked to page try to make links to your high authorities page link to another. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
    Originally Posted by kurosaki4d View Post

    So my question, how much link juice from that backlink will I be able to pass on by using internal linking?
    Internal link ain't about how many you have but rather about the role they are playing.



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  • Profile picture of the author EvolveBest
    The goal with what you are doing should be focused on social media links and forum links and blog comments. If you want to add links to articles and such, just use your main keyword.com and then link it to your home page or to your homepage.com/inner-page

    this way you can add link power not just to the top homepage (like a top of a pyramid) but you are also shooting and targeting the inner or "internal" link
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    • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
      Originally Posted by EvolveBest View Post

      The goal with what you are doing should be focused on social media links and forum links and blog comments.
      What da **** are you talking about?
      Did you even bother to read topic?
      Here to remind you: "How much backlink link juice can I pass with internal linking?"
      Do you understand what " internal linking" meaning is?

      Mike Friedman is right:
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      If anyone gives you an actual answer, they have no idea what they are talking about.
      and you most definitely is one of them



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      • Profile picture of the author EvolveBest
        Hi ya : )

        Yeah, I re-read what you were saying and your right...As far as internal linking...You can internally link each keyword (your choice which keywords) from each page to point it at the main url www.mainurl.com

        To really boost those internal links is by having niche relevant links to those inner links. This way, each of the inner url (internal links) have an extra boost of link juice power from other linkers to your inner links, those inner links pointing to your main url.

        The other option is to internally link from one www.mainurl.com/article to www.mainurl.com/2nd-article and so on and then the next inner url...this way you can funnel link juice power to other internal links which you feel need an extra boost!

        (thanks again you guys for clarity)

        : )
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  • Profile picture of the author Angelina Gil
    Definitely, there are many factors on which it depends to pass link juices from the backlink you create.
    When you form internal linkings in your article, the ranking of the blog or backlinks linked to it all will depend on the quality of links.

    Thank you.
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    • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
      Originally Posted by Angelina Gil View Post

      When you form internal linkings in your article, the ranking of the blog or backlinks linked to it all will depend on the quality of links.
      What "quality of links" are you talking about?
      Job of internal links is to point to internal pages of given site, to connect
      pages to index page and to each other as for example when article need
      to reference something on the same page or related content in another article.

      There is no juice and no quality in simple act of communication between
      site's content strongly needed to point crawlers in the right direction.



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  • Profile picture of the author MrShabir
    That's not a problem how many links you include in article, But focus on "Keywords", If you will apply multiple links on same keywords then your first link will be considered in Google Indexing as a back link.
    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
      Originally Posted by MrShabir View Post

      That's not a problem how many links you include in article, But focus on "Keywords", If you will apply multiple links on same keywords then your first link will be considered in Google Indexing as a back link.
      Thanks
      Why are you compromising your reputation, eh?
      Can you "SEO Genius" explain to us what "keywords" have to do with "internal links"
      also known as hyperlinks which point to documents or parts of a document?

      What if there is no "keywords" but image? Can you apply hyperlink to image?



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  • Profile picture of the author Sonia James
    Well! there is no specific number that "2,3%" juice will pass. The link juice passes a bit.
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  • Profile picture of the author ShivaNaidu
    This limit is somewhat flexible, and particularly important pages may have upwards of 200 or even 250 links followed, but in general practice, it's wise to limit the number of links on any given page to 150 or risk losing the ability to have additional pages crawled.

    As per Moz!
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  • Profile picture of the author dabbu347
    Do explanatory external links of Wikipedia are also counted when placed inside articles. Should they be continued or not? Thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author ElMundodelExito
    that is a very good question but nobody really Knows the answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alnoman marketer
    SOME,
    Because, Its depend on your article .
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