Creating an Invisable Page for Backlinking

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  • #502030

    floorance
    Member

    Hi Everyone!

    I had an idea and wanted to see if (A) it was possible and (B) how to do it. I have a few blogs / Squidoo lenses / Ehow articles. I wanted to create backlinks for all of these on my WordPress blogs. However, I do not want to do this on a page that is visable to the general public.

    So, I thought…could you create a new PAGE for your blog with no title (so it doesn’t show up in the title bar) for this purpose? I’d link all my keywords, posts, etc… on this page to get some Google-love, but I didn’t want it accessable to the general public.

    Thoughts?

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    floorance
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    1tess
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    #502201

    I’m pretty sure that will get your page banned/penalized by google, rather than loved.

    #502204

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    Oops, I just read the title and checked the link to see that it was not a .com blog.

    Don’t know about Google, though I suspect they have thought of that scheme, but if she’s referring to a wordpress.com blog whose main purpose is to redirect people to other sites, then it (probably) is violating TOS:
    http://en.wordpress.com/tos/

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