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Edgar Cuachin

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How can I determine that a link farm is on my way,what's the reason behind of avoiding this?
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Hi,
Google and other search engines don't like sites that try to artificially increase the PageRank of sites by adding lots of links. These are called link farms, and linking to one can lower your own PageRank score.

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James
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Hi,
Google and other search engines don't like sites that try to artificially increase the PageRank of sites by adding lots of links. These are called link farms, and linking to one can lower your own PageRank score.

Thanks,
James


i totaly Agree with you James
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