Ok. The index page of myoldsite.com has a page rank of 2. Backward links equals zero.
I had 22 new sites that got crawled and indexed for the first time but they were all crosslinked and sitting on the same server. All of these 22 new sites are Solid White(PR 0/10). Ofcourse I now know why. However all these 22 crosslinked sites are listed in google now. Unfortunately the only way to find any of them is by typing in the full url.
So now, what do I do next? I have already removed the crosslinking from the new sites.
I have ventured to get at least 10 more inbound links from other sites to point to myoldsite.com
I tried to make sure all of the sites I am requesting to link to me have a pagerank of at least 3.
So basically I have been ready in this state for a crawl as of yesterday. How heavely will I be penalized for this crosslinking.
Since I have corrected this, will the next crawl and index list myoldsite with the appropriate link credits?
What about the 22 new sites that were crosslinked but now kosher? If I get say 5 inbound links to each site will I be indexed and credited fairly on the next update?
How does google treat newly indexed sites in terms of pagerank?
I thought page rank was determined fresh from scratch on every update? Can someone elaborate on this or point me to a link on this?