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    My main site has been a PR6 for ages, I want to push it up a ranking, does anyone know what google is looking for to gain this promotion?

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    im at 6 myself
    to get a 7 you have to do the same as moving from a 5 to a 6

    by that i mean - more sites linking to yours, more pages would help also (ie. more content) [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    Best way is to add a ton of relevent content rich in keywords and remove all affiliate links from that page. I do nor know how an affiliate linked complete sight would pass the Google tests for a PR7 or better rating.

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    i dont think you would need to remove all affiliate links - as long as theres no large lists of affiliate links

    after all - large/popular sites need to cover their costs too so there will be at least a banner or something on the page

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    Thanks for feedback. Site is in fact a content site - especially on the front page, no ads, no banners, no affiliate links.

    Inside content is balanced by ads and links to specialist affiliate schemes. I have tried pointing Google at PR8's that link to us, but no promotion yet - looks like I have more to do.

    Inbound links are over 1,000 and climbing. Some of my pages are generated by javascript so I am going to try php and mysql to give illusion of hard coding.

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    whats your sites url

    we could maybe exchange links:)

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    Some ideas:

    Give some thought to your internal navigation and how PR flows within your own site. The PR a page can pass on is shared among all the links on the page, so it's possible to have PR flowing where it's not especially useful. On some sites the "housekeeping" pages (About Us, Contact, etc.) have surprisingly high page rank, because they've been linked to from every other page in the site. It would likely be enough to link to them just from the home page, then the Home page would receive a greater share of the PR from the internal pages where those links used to be. This would not change the total in-site PR, but it could focus it more productively.

    Consider drumming up links for internal pages. Sometimes other people are willing to link to content on internal pages even if they wouldn't be interested in linking to your home page. Boosting the PR of internal pages will have flow-through benefits for the rest of your site. Content articles are good for this ... they might not sell products directly but they can pass on PR to pages that do.

    The volunteer approach: Look around your community ... is there an organization or event which ought to have a website but doesn't? You could offer to develop it for them and take your "pay" in strategic links instead of $$. I have done this, and it's win-win. Fun, too!

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>The volunteer approach<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Yup, agree 100%! I've been doing a lot of free coding (simple form processing mostly) for many sites relevant with my products in exchange for links and it sure helps - with PR and with traffic!



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    From personal experience it took new links from about ten PR 8+ sites during the last update period to see my site go from 6 to 7 again. However, I have also seen it go from 7 back to a 6 without losing any linking sites nor did there seem to be reduction in the PRs of the linking sites during the same period.

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