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Does Google Devalue PR for Blogs or Blogger Sites?
Buckley




msg:3678705
 3:04 pm on Jun 19, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hi guys,

noticed something interesting. I placed three links on my home page of a 7 year old PR4 well developed website. One was to a blog i run and the other 2 to domains for sites I'm going to develop.

The blog has a little bit of content (probably 20 articles/entries, fair bit of info per entry) and has a pr1. Domain registered march 2007.

The other 2 domains that have 8-10 lines on the home page basically saying we are developing a new site have a pr3. One domain was registered way back in 2002 but the other was also registered in march 2007.

I found it interesting that the sites with no content would have a PR3 and the blog with a reasonable amount as well as some additional natural links from elsewhere (a couple of reasonable links too) would only have a pr1.

All sites are on topic.

Can't be domain age as one of the other domains was registered the same month.

Now i know PR isn't the be all and end all but i found the difference peculiar.

Thoughts?

 

tedster




msg:3679337
 8:13 am on Jun 20, 2008 (gmt 0)

That is an interesting case. We know that Google changed the way PR is caculated in Jan 2008 - maybe this is a side effect?

Buckley




msg:3679419
 11:19 am on Jun 20, 2008 (gmt 0)

oh i forgot to mention. The blog is on Blogger.

skweb




msg:3680106
 10:07 am on Jun 21, 2008 (gmt 0)

To the best of my knowledge you can have any PR on blogger -- there are blogs with very high PR on blogspot.

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