mjtaylor, you wrote: "The more low quality back links the worse for the company." is an interesting comment and one I have no expertise to comment on.
But I've seen conflicting opinions on this here previously.
Surely all backlinks would ahve some link juice wouldn'tn they, even if it is insignificant.
Are you saying that some backlinks actually are negative for seo and if so, what kind (specfically?) - all the best
http://googlewebmastercentral.blogsp...und-links.html and you might want to check your WT.
Hope that helps. If you want to discuss this further, PM me so I can pull this out and make it a new thread.
Thanks for the link. I went there and read it and after reading the comments that followed, I go the impression this current situation is more fluid than most things google.
All the best
You should have only one blog for your company. However, that blog should be linked from a number of blogs having good reputation.
When it comes to content there is no limit in numbers. Use blog URLs for linking, use interlinking concept and this will increase the page views and reduce the bounce rate.