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PR0: backlinks = 0/banned/unindexed
PR1: backlinks > 0 & <= 5
PR2: backlinks > 5 & <= 10
PR3: backlinks > 10 & <= 15
PR4: backlinks > 15 & <= 25
PR5: backlinks > 25 & <= 100
PR6: backlinks > 100& <= 500
PR7: backlinks > 500 & <= 1000
PR8: backlinks > 1000 & <= 10000
PR9: backlinks > 10000 & <= 100000
Any logic to this or an amended scale? I'm also sure that the quality of the backlink plays into this as well. Just looking for approximations.
In a log scale, PR5/PR4 = PR4/PR3 = PR3/PR2 etc., a very useful feature (notable Pareto/Zipf Web analogies have been made by Nielsen and others).
People disagree over the 'log base' (assuming a coefficient of 1); in other words "A PR6 is as good as how many PR5s?"
I don't see your site in your profile, so I can't check for you, but do be aware of the generally-consistent screwiness of the toolbar's showing of PR.
All but one of my pages show "Current page is not ranked by Google" (PR0), but at least as of a week ago, several kind WW'ers informed me that my pages mostly showed up ranked as a PR5 on their toolbar.
So your PR0 may, in fact, not really be PR0.