WEB SEO Question: Backlinks on social bookmark sites

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  1. Ricky

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    Okay so lets say i submit my website to digg.com and it uses FOLLOW which allows google to index the link. Would my site only get indexed if its on the front page, or does google usually index all the pages (all 1,000+ of them)

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  2. 07

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    Digg continously is updated and has great pagerank. Therefore Googlebots rape the shit out of it to find new content/pages/links.

    Front page or not, it will be indexed/found/whatever.
     
  3. Coaxsist

    Coaxsist Re-create... Innovate

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    Lol at googlebots raping. funny imagery...
     
  4. Cojones

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    Any part of their site gets indexed. It all depends on what page and that pages PR. For example you can be linked on the upcoming section which is PR6.
     
  5. Insert Tokens

    Insert Tokens Making Cancer My Bitch OT Supporter

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    So it's worth submitting everything you do to all the social sites, whether they end up getting voted up or not? :dunno:
     
  6. 07

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    No, don't do it.













    (do it, and rape your keywords with it)
     
  7. tryfuhl

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    it'll follow links till it can't go any farther
     
  8. tryfuhl

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    might end up with digg having a higher result on the page, but ultimately if they click on that to read more, they'll hit your shit
     

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