by da11
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Need a solid solution or advice for getting homepage backlinks to my clients from the 10 domains I own that are all PR5.

So let's say I have 25 offline consulting clients all in the same niche/industry and I own 10 PR5 domains all having to do with the same niche/industry.

What do you think the best strategy is to get each company a homepage link from each site?

From this standpoint: Contextual or not, all 25 on each homepage of the 10 domains(too many??), should I just build more PR5 sites for those clients, etc.

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author AT-Copy
    No matter how you do it 10 domains all linking to the same 25 sites is going to be a big footprint. I'm assuming they are all on different c-class IPs with private whois? If not then that's definitely something to do first.

    If I were you I'd be looking at at least doubling the number of sites you have and then spreading 10 links to each of your clients in a random manner. Then you can mix in links to other authority sites in your niche (not competing sites though) to reduce the footprint.

    Adding links to authority sites you don't own will "dilute" the amount of link juice you get a bit, but it'll reduce the footprint and make your network appear more natural.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      You can't link to the same 25 sites from your 10 PR 5's. That is an obvious footprint you would be putting out there.

      What I would do in this situation is buy more domains with PR, even going down to PR 2's, and then use the PR 5's to link to them and pump up their PR. I'd build a few links off the PR 5's to client sites, but not a lot.

      In this way though, instead of just having 10 sites to link from you can build up a network of 40-50 sites that would probably end up being PR 3's and 4's along with your 5's.
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      • Profile picture of the author da11
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        You can't link to the same 25 sites from your 10 PR 5's. That is an obvious footprint you would be putting out there.

        What I would do in this situation is buy more domains with PR, even going down to PR 2's, and then use the PR 5's to link to them and pump up their PR. I'd build a few links off the PR 5's to client sites, but not a lot.

        In this way though, instead of just having 10 sites to link from you can build up a network of 40-50 sites that would probably end up being PR 3's and 4's along with your 5's.
        I like this idea! Thanks for the reply.
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    • Profile picture of the author da11
      Originally Posted by Xeract View Post

      No matter how you do it 10 domains all linking to the same 25 sites is going to be a big footprint. I'm assuming they are all on different c-class IPs with private whois? If not then that's definitely something to do first.

      If I were you I'd be looking at at least doubling the number of sites you have and then spreading 10 links to each of your clients in a random manner. Then you can mix in links to other authority sites in your niche (not competing sites though) to reduce the footprint.

      Adding links to authority sites you don't own will "dilute" the amount of link juice you get a bit, but it'll reduce the footprint and make your network appear more natural.
      Thanks X! That makes sense.
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