| 2:22 am on Mar 1, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I have the notion that its nothing more than a simple log scale, so if it log 6.2 you need 6 or 7 PR6 sites to link to you. But I have no proof its linear.
| 8:23 am on Mar 1, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Too many other factors at play to offer a definitive answer.
| 12:45 pm on Mar 1, 2003 (gmt 0)|
As mentioned before, the answer depends on several parameters.
However, an rough estimate would be 10*(average number of outgoing links on the PR5 sites).
| 1:07 pm on Mar 1, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I'll be really general here - this won't apply to everyone, but's it's generally not too far off the mark
PR6 - 50
PR7 - 1000
| 6:00 pm on Mar 1, 2003 (gmt 0)|
From this thread...
what does it take?
pr3 to pr4?
...two posts by ciml, with my comment in brackets:
|To get PR4 [from PR3] you need about "n" links from PR4 pages, or about "n x n" links from PR3 pages, or about 1 link from a PR5 page. I say about, because the number of links on the linking page make a difference, as does whether the linking page is a at the top or bottom of it's position in the Toolbar. |
People disagree over whether "n" is about 6 or 10.
And, in answer to a question abt 3 PR6 links...
|I'd expect roughly PR5 from three links from PR6 pages. |
If the same rules apply going from PR5 to PR6, this suggests "n x n" PR5 links, or somewhere between 36 and 100... consistent with what Pegasus says.