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How long does it take for a new site to get some PR?

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Msg#: 23451 posted 10:56 pm on Apr 19, 2004 (gmt 0)

On average, how long does it take? Assuming there are already 50 sites linking to mine with pr4+, it is only about a month old though. Also, all my pages have been crawled by google, when I type the targetted keywords, my site shows up somewhere in the 400's results. Is this normal? I think that it's still too early, and as I build more links and the google finds them it will eventually climb its way up. Any thoughts/comments appreciated ;)



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Msg#: 23451 posted 12:52 pm on Apr 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

Google update PR on a fairly irregular basis, but usually at least every couple of months.

It's been said here a million times don't worry to much about PR, there are many other factors that go into making your site rank well.


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Msg#: 23451 posted 1:02 pm on Apr 20, 2004 (gmt 0)


It sounds like what you're asking is when your pages will start ranking for your keywords in the google search results. (Lately, pages seem to get PR before they start ranking, from my experience.)

From what others have been saying, it's been taking 2-3 months for new sites to get spidered and pages to start ranking.



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Msg#: 23451 posted 3:34 pm on Apr 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

I've been waiting a good 2 months now for my site to get spidered. :( Hopefully soon.

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