Msg#: 3034631 posted 6:13 am on Aug 4, 2006 (gmt 0)
I have one site, having very good backlinks in google and yahoo. currently the site have 15 backlinks in google and in yahoo more than 575 backlinks . As i currently focussed on subdomain ie http://www.example.com/abcm/. I got very good backlinks and with thematic sites but in last pr refresh , my pr doesnt change Please let me know your suggestion
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Msg#: 3034631 posted 8:04 pm on Aug 4, 2006 (gmt 0)
Two factors to note:
1. The Google link: operator only reports a small sample of the links that Google actually sees.
2. PR is (roughly) logarithmic -- that means going from PR4 to PR5 (for instance) will take a MULTIPLE of the same kind of linking that it takes to go from PR3 to PR4. Behind the scenes, Google will use a PR value that is calculated out to many decimal places, and that number of backlinks, if from reputable sites, would definitely move your REAL pr. It just may move from, say 5.0000000001 to 5.9999999999, and still show on the toolbar as PR5
Msg#: 3034631 posted 9:03 pm on Aug 5, 2006 (gmt 0)
Has anyone a site that changed PR at all during these 2 updates? On my sites, only newly added pages noticed changes - from PR0 to quite big values, while old pages, indexed and having PR before February, didn't show any changes in toolbar PR. They rank much better than they used to, of course, because of getting many quality inbound links, but the toolbar keeps showing old values.