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    I don't know if I am in the right forum to ask this but :-

    If I moved an existing PR6 site to a new server thus getting a new IP address, would this be detrimental to my existing Google PR?

    Thanks in advance.

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    No - Google relates PR to your Domain Name such as YouTrek.com not your IP Address (Ficticious) 1.104.151.6

    Your PR 6 should remain intact from the move.

    Paul K. Gjenvick, Webmaster, Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives

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    Thank you Paul, much apreciated

    Gordon YouTrek.com
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    One exception make sure the whole server ain't PR0'ed. I remember Google did this entire server not too long ago because the host was selling some PR scheme.

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