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    ABW Veteran Student Heyder's Avatar
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    I stand here before thee and bear witness to a movement of a known page rank.

    [This message was edited by Heyder on August 14, 2003 at 02:54 AM.]

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    Yes, i can confirm this, my site that has been in the index for past 3 months and getting traffic now has page rank, bout time.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> bare witness <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I can hardly bear the thought!

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    lmao me neither.

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    As a newbie, can I ask how the page rank goes - my site is only 1-2 months old and still has a 0/10 google rank...is this the final say from google? Or can I look forward to it creeping up???

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    Depends on how many incoming links you have / acquire in future, and the quality of those links.

    A couple of other things to bear in mind:

    Unless you know how to manipulate host headers to force the toolbar to make a direct call to a Google server, you are likely not to see the up to date PR values anyway

    Even if you do see the up to date values, PR isn't nearly as important as it used to be anyway. I'd rather have a link from a PR0 site, where I could pick the anchor text and the most on theme page to be linked from, than a link from a PR6 site that wasn't on theme (once you get to large values of PR, 8+, it still carries enough wheight to make a difference)

    Also remember that PR calc runs seem to be lagging the index update runs (although overall I think new links will ultimately be picked up and counted more quickly. It'll take a little longer for the system to settle down into the new "rolling update" pattern, and for us to get used to it)

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    I've read affiliate masters 101 and according to Ken, he doesn't seem to think that links are all that important...however, from what I read here, it seems like it's very important...do I just keep getting the links - the more the merrier?

    Oscar

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    Care to explain this in more detail?
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Unless you know how to manipulate host headers to force the toolbar to make a direct call to a Google server, you are likely not to see the up to date PR values anyway <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Thanks
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    I have not done this myself but they say it works.
    Add in your host file this line: 216.239.57.104 toolbarqueries.google.com
    It's located at:
    Windows 95/98/Me c:\windows\hosts
    Windows NT/2000/XP Pro* c:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
    Windows XP Home*c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

    Replace ip for the datacenter you want to point and restart IE after change.
    www-ex.google.com 216.239.33.100
    www-sj.google.com 216.239.35.100
    www-va.google.com 216.239.37.100
    www-dc.google.com 216.239.39.100
    www-ab.google.com 216.239.51.100
    www-in.google.com 216.239.53.100
    www-zu.google.com 216.239.55.100
    www-cw.google.com 216.239.57.100
    www-fi.google.com 216.239.41.100

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by TallTroll:
    Also remember that PR calc runs seem to be lagging the index update runs (although overall I think new links will ultimately be picked up and counted more quickly. It'll take a little longer for the system to settle down into the new "rolling update" pattern, and for us to get used to it)<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I think PR is up to date in regards to calulating the rank. The lag is migrating the new PR to the other servers for what we see on the toolbar.

    When you have a large infrastructure you get seperate servers for just about everything. You have seperate servers strictly for http requests, databases, business logic, spell check etc.

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    My site had a PR of 3 when it was first included in the Google database. I had 1 link, and that was my other site. I then added at least 30 quality sites that now link to me. However, my PR has always remained at 3. If PR is based on how many sites, and the quality of those sites, why has my PR never changed? Even though I added at least 30 other sites?
    Can anyone explain this?

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    Homepage PR has been steady. Other channels off our main root directory have been steady. Interior pages within our database have fluctuated between gray bar and 5, depending, I guess, on the barometric pressure.



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    My home page has a PR5 and internal pages range from 0 to 4. When I check my incoming links Google says I have 129 but I know I have more than 1000. I've heard that you should limit the number of links on a page to 100 or less or some links may not be followed by Googlebot. I would assume this also includes any other internal links you make have on the links page.

    Does anyone know if this is the reason for the low backlink count? Is there a limit to the number of links to place on a page?

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    On one of my sites ( was a PR 5 last month) the index page has a PR4, I can see it's going back and forth from a 4 to 3. The backlinks are gone too. This site has 9000 backlinks on alltheweb.

    What's strange...all first level subdomains have gone from a pr 3 to a pr4(higher than index page) and all show backlinks.

    Obviously google sees my index page as less important. Anyone else see this?

    My traffic has stayed the same too.

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    i cant see any pr changes on my sites... but new 1000 pages added today

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    -but new 1000 pages added today

    Geez it takes that many pages to make $$$?

    Never will make enough at the rate I'm going.

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    Jason:
    In the words of a great philosopher -

    More isn't better
    Better is better

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by phillyBurbs.com:
    Jason:
    In the words of a great philosopher -

    More isn't better
    Better is better

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    Yes, but more of better is best.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>
    Geez it takes that many pages to make $$$?
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    today's stats better than ever

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    Uncomfortable feeling today. Pagerank of 0 for my normally pagerank 7 site. But it is still listed and still 1 or 2 for all the words it is always 1 or 2. hate when it does this.

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    What a mess - everything in a state of flux

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    Well the big question is: As your page rank goes up do you find your site moving up in the search results?

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    Geez it takes that many pages to make $$$?
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    Eh, I have a one pager that rakes it in. Just have to find the right niche, and the right angle.

    A page a day keeps the creditors away.....

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jane:
    Well the big question is: As your page rank goes up do you find your site moving up in the search results?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    My page rank went up, but i cant say the same about search results.

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