is it worth looking for internal pages with high pr?

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Okay, one last backlinking question. I think.

I've been backlinking my articles lately, and I always go through the lengthy process of looking for an internal page (all of the blogs I found are dofollow and pr5-pr7) with a high pr (pr3 at the very least) with a very low amount of links already on it.

Is it worth it to do this, or should I focus more on getting backlinks from a lot of different websites with high domain pr?
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  • Profile picture of the author Guide
    It is worth it if you have the time.
    If you do not have the time, focus on blogs related to your niche, rather than on PR.
    PR fluctuates, a blog's theme (niche) usually remains the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author ReDDs
    If I was you I would go with what I'm used to... Then theres no room for misstakes.
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  • Profile picture of the author sousen
    Yes it's worth but it's bit time consumed
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    • Profile picture of the author TKO
      Is it worth it?

      YES........
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonmorgan
    it's not a lengthy process.... site:domain.com + seobook firefox addon (or whatever you use) to show PR... BAM... roll down your google results and pick the high PR pages.

    Of course, you can get even more creative and indepth with your searches you just need to learn how to really use google to dig in deep to find the good stuff.
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    • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
      Originally Posted by jasonmorgan View Post

      it's not a lengthy process.... site:domain.com + seobook firefox addon (or whatever you use) to show PR... BAM... roll down your google results and pick the high PR pages.

      Of course, you can get even more creative and indepth with your searches you just need to learn how to really use google to dig in deep to find the good stuff.
      Agreed. Once I have found a site, I figure out how I can narrow down that blog page from other pages on the domain.

      so, the search might be something like allinurl: blog site:site.com or something like "Add a comment" site:site.com.

      I set the Google advanced search options to display 100 results, and then run the SEO Quake firefox addon and descend the pages by pagerank.

      I have an excel chart that keeps track of all the proper searches for each blog site I like to post on.

      Back to the OP, I think it is a very worthwhile endeavor.
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      • Profile picture of the author SladeK
        Apologize for the stupid question, but how do you descend your pages by PR in the SERPS?

        Is it an option you toggle in the SEO quake plug in?
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      • Profile picture of the author havefunandlive
        Originally Posted by thmgoodw View Post

        Agreed. Once I have found a site, I figure out how I can narrow down that blog page from other pages on the domain.

        so, the search might be something like allinurl: blog site:site.com or something like "Add a comment" site:site.com.

        I set the Google advanced search options to display 100 results, and then run the SEO Quake firefox addon and descend the pages by pagerank.

        I have an excel chart that keeps track of all the proper searches for each blog site I like to post on.

        Back to the OP, I think it is a very worthwhile endeavor.
        Yeah, that's already my process of finding a high pr internal page.

        Sometimes I get even more creative and put parts of the url in to narrow it down to only blog posts and not something like an uncommentable news post or something like that. It helps sometimes.

        Yet, when trying to do a number of backlinks a day, looking for high pr (non-spammed) internal pages becomes a hassle and slows me down so that if I planned on doing 50 in a day, it becomes more like 5 in a day.

        They're probably worth just as much, yet... :/

        I'll just have to find a way to speed up the process.
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