See this post for more details, but the three mistakes are:
- Assuming backlinks will just “appear.” (You have to work for them, even for the white hat ones.)
- Packing in a ton of new backlinks all at once, instead of the “slow-but-steady” approach.
- Trying to game the system. This is high risk SEO, and if you’re caught, could result in the overnight destruction of your business.
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Can you please solve my dilemma and tell me what is more important in backlinking, pagerank of a website, or pagerank of certain page on that website on which I put my link on? Some sites have like pr 6, but their pages (posts) on which I can put my comment and link on are like pr 0 or 1. So what’s the pagerank of that backlink?
Related content on the target page is way more important than its pagerank. Any link from an authority website won’t hurt also but I’d still prioritize the content.