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If you pay their annual fee of about $399 for a smaller business you get listed on their links page. This page has a PR8 it is also very lengthy. I ran it through the webpage size checker on this site and it came to about 120 Kb.
Do you think it would be worth it to pay the fee not only to build consumer trust but for the possible transfer of pr?
I hope nobody has a problem with me using the companies name here but I really wanted to know.
If you have a Commercial site then it would be better to spend the money on directories which would give you PR AND Customers.
If non-commercial, then go hunting for links as per normal.
Does anyone no for sure that the amount of pr distributed to a website is related to the number of links on a page?
Assuming that the page was under 100kb of course
I totaly agree that this is a very expensive way to go about getting a link. And you could spend your money better else where.
I had often wondered about this very point, I believe this is the first time I see it stated explicitly.
More specific information would be appreciated (threshold, evidence).
Thanks for educating me about the mysteries of PR over the past few months!
> PR but I have never heard someone say that it is divided between links on a page.
This is explained in the original paper on the design of Google, The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine [www7.scu.edu.au]. The mathematical description is in section 2.1.1, with what they call an "Intuitive Justification" in section 2.1.2.