Try searching Google.com for - news or world or movies or free or other highly sought after keywords, and the top 10 should have pretty much high PR, like 8-9-10
[edited by: optisoft at 9:46 am (utc) on Dec. 15, 2002]
Hi googlyfan, Welcome to WebmasterWorld. [webmasterworld.com] This was discussed in a previous thread not long ago that I can't seem to locate right now, but if you do a search on Google for "http" without the quotes, I believe it will return the results that you're looking for. You can always use the Site Search [searchengineworld.com] if you're looking for more information.
Thanks for the replies. I am sorry to post something like this which was already discussed, though I did try to search this.
Any ways Thanks a lot
I for one am glad you posted this as there's so much information within this site it takes quite awhile to go through it all. Now that I see all those high PR sites I'm wondering if I can get a link from some of them. One of my sites is very educational for those seeking information on how to go about one of the most expensive projects in the home. I'm just trying to figure out if I can get a link from many of the .edu's out there.
Any idea folks?
This search [google.com] tends to turn up lots of high PR domains. You'll find PR8, 9, and 10's to your hearts content.
They list 253,000,000. I'll be back in 2009 and let you know how I did..hehe.
There aren't all PR8 and up, but there's probably at least a few hundred or thousand there.
If you search "www" from google it will show higher ranking websites.
Today I happened to notice that acrobat.com has a pr10 rank. Guess its because so many people go there to download the reader.
weblamer2, you're right. Do a search for download [google.com] and you'll find some more high pr sites ...
<added>Do a search for Reader [google.com] and you'll see the effect of having a high pr site. They should think about selling books.</added>