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Anyway - after a closer look at the PR being given out on CW - it would seem that the PR we see today has been being applied since the last backlinks update and NOT this latest one.
The reason I say this, is because last time a lot of people, including myself were mystified as to why PR4+ links both external and internal were not showing up in a backlinks check.
Now we have the answer, as in the cases I am looking at a lot of these pages are not in fact PR4+.
My opinion = The Fritz PR was not accurate PR and the Fritz backlinks were based on the PR we are now seeing on -cw.
Is this useful information or useless - I don't know - but I think even more than ever, we should concentrate on our sites and SERPS - and pay a little less attention to backlinks and PR. IMO
I'm seeing my pages all over the index. Day before they were all nice new and fresh; yesterday they were gone, replaced with all my old pages; and (hic!)today there are all replaced by junk and spam sites!
please tell me that my vitals are ok and I don't need 911
Now I'm hoping that these are new serps ready to go live, meaning that my site was just dropped temporarily.
I'm hoping they're not just old serps, which would mean I've probaly got a penalty :-(
What do people think? Forthcoming serps? or old serps?
New sites/internal pages finally have PR! Even those from mid-July.
Edit: I'm seeing backlinks for the first time for some sites as well.
Time to call this an update? BTW, yahoo backlinks [www-cw.google.com] on cw are at 857,000.
Searching 3,307,998,701 web pages.
I'll nominate it Update G-Funk.
[edited by: Dolemite at 8:43 am (utc) on Aug. 29, 2003]
anyone seeing changes in the Serps or experienced any a week or so back like the last PR/Backlink change?
Yes I am improving on my SERPS for last few days. But that can also be attributed to the agressive link campaign. Also the Pr changed for this site from 5 to 3. Would have to wait and watch though.
great news,so it is some sort of update!
[edited by: JonB at 9:07 am (utc) on Aug. 29, 2003]