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Link equity, also commonly known as “link juice”, is a frequently used term to describe the way in which a link can pass authority from one page to another. Link equity can be passed along to a webpage from both internal links (links coming from the same website) and external links (links coming from another website).

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Link equity, once colloquially referred to as "link juice," is a search engine ranking factor based on the idea that certain links pass value and authority from one page to another. This value is dependent on a number of factors, such as the linking page's authority, topical relevance, HTTP status, and more. Links that pass equity are one of many signals that Google and other search engines use to determine a page's rankings in the SERPs.

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Connection value, likewise ordinarily known as "interface juice", is an as often as possible utilized term to portray the manner by which a connection can pass authority starting with one page then onto the next. Connection value can be passed along to a page from both interior connections (joins originating from a similar site) and outer connections (joins originating from another site).

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Link equity term to portray the manner by which a connection can pass authority starting with one page then onto the next. Link equity can be passed along to a site page from both internal connections and external connections.

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Link equity, also commonly known as “link juice”, is a frequently used term to describe the way in which a link can pass authority from one page to another. Link equity can be passed along to a webpage from both internal links (links coming from the same website) and external links (links coming from another website)

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