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linking to pr0 pages internally question
estjohn




msg:191345
 7:03 am on Dec 7, 2002 (gmt 0)

I've got a situation on one of my sites where some very deep pages on the site have recently gone from PR1-2 to PR0.

I'm worried that this cancer may spread to the whole site, as I am linking from higher PR pages (same site) to those newly PR0 pages.

- Will this cause higher PR pages on the same site to drop if they are linking to the PR0?
- Or is this likely a precursor to the whole site going PR0?

btw, the PR0 pages are image pages, all the pages have very similar text/links (sitewide header/footer) but a different image. There are a lot of links on each page, but they are all internal except for a few. Perhaps this is confusing Google.

If anybody can offer their opinion it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

 

vitaplease




msg:191346
 7:40 am on Dec 7, 2002 (gmt 0)

estjohn,

looks like those pages which dropped to PR0 are "natural" PR0 pages as they already had a relatively low PR before the drop.

PR0 penalty pages normally take some drastic spamming and link farming with exteranl PR0 pages as far as I can oversee.

estjohn




msg:191347
 8:46 am on Dec 7, 2002 (gmt 0)

Thanks vitaplease, I guess simultaneously browsing through all these PR0 posts and noticing the change on my site freaked me out for a moment. I hope you are right.

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