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what is Bridge pages?

Discussion in 'Internet Marketing' started by raixyz, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. raixyz

    raixyz Banned

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    hi friends ,,
    what is Bridge pages???
     
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    Hello very interesting question... :)

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  3. TM-Ali

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    Bridge page or Doorway Page or Jump Page or Gateway Page: Bridge page has poor quality and especially design for search engine and redirected to real site.
     
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    Bridge pages are also known as Doorway pages. It is a Black Hat practice, A doorway page exists solely for the purpose of driving traffic to another page. They are usually designed and optimized to target one specific keyphrase. Doorway pages rarely are written for human visitors. They are written for search engines to achieve high rankings and hopefully drive traffic to the main site. Using doorway pages is a violation of the Terms Of Service of most search engines and could be grounds for banning.
     
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    well from what i have read until now is this a form of black SEO ?
     
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    Bridge pages offer little or no unique content and are considered low value to users.
     

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