Would You Advise Linking Each Page Of Spun Google Sites To A Good Quality Site’s Hopmepage To Push More Link Juice?

By April

In episode 160 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked whether linking each page of spun Google sites to a high-quality site’s homepage would push more link juice than linking only the homepages of the spun sites to the high-quality site.

The exact question was:

I have been building a good quality, new Giggle site to point at my money site and then building spun Giggle sites with silo-linked pages and linking only the home page of those back to the “”good”” Giggle site. Would it push any more juice if I linked each page directly up to the “”good”” site or is it about the same with the sub-pages all linked back to the spun sites home page?

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How Should You Link Mass-Produced Google Sites To Drive Stacks?

By April

In episode 155 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked whether one should link mass-produced google sites to each other and one to the drive stack, or point them all to the drive stack.

The exact question was:

You mentioned last week that throwing the kitchen sink at a Drive Stack to power it up, while still works fine today, may leave you vulnerable if Google decides to penalize that down the road, and that instead what you do is mass produce one page Gsites behind the Drive Stack.

When you mass produce the Gsites, do you have them linking one to the next the way Peter Drew shows you to, with the first one pointing at the Drive Stack, or do you just point them all at the Drive Stack and spam them to high heaven?

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