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    you knew the difference


    between:

    link: www.yourdomain. com and
    -links: www.yourdomain. com


    Which rule is to be recognized?
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    both are valid rules in google, heres what they do for you

    link: url
    shows all links to the url you put in that have a pr over 3 or 2... not exactly sure

    -link: url
    shows all internal links ie. from url/anything

    you cannot use them at the same time
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    Hi Jason

    but I asked for -links url
    This form shows part of internal and external links, but is it an official G-form?

    thanks for replay
    Mario



    Originally posted by "Jason_internetsolutions"

    both are valid rules in google, heres what they do for you

    link: url
    shows all links to the url you put in that have a pr over 3 or 2... not exactly sure

    -link: url
    shows all internal links ie. from url/anything


    you cannot use them at the same time
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    it shows the internal linking structure of the site, it will also show you doorway pages that share the same base url

    (it was a typo i didn't add the s to it in my first reply)

    and what do you mean by an official g-form
    (it's from gogle and is an actual search query why wouldn't it be a form?)

    it can be used as a diagnostic tool to see if google is missing any of your pages when it crawls and to see if anyone has been using dodgy seo techniques(doorway pages) on your site.

    hope i answered your question
    Jason
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    Hi Jason

    g-form means Google-textstring which I found out myself, it was not an expression in a logfile! Must be a special expression of Google, but I found it by chance.



    Originally posted by "Jason_internetsolutions"

    it shows the internal linking structure of the site, it will also show you doorway pages that share the same base url

    (it was a typo i didn't add the s to it in my first reply)

    and what do you mean by an official g-form
    (it's from gogle and is an actual search query why wouldn't it be a form?)

    it can be used as a diagnostic tool to see if google is missing any of your pages when it crawls and to see if anyone has been using dodgy seo techniques(doorway pages) on your site.

    hope i answered your question
    Jason
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