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PR has been updated 3 times since june. What I have noticed is, your serps will tell you what your pagrank will be in the immediate period. If your ranking rises straight by PR5 or more it takes time to update. If you are rising in the SERPS for your keywords your big PR update is due soon.
Furthermore, if a site was penalized, the entire site would be penalized, not just a page...right?
If you sticky me, I'll send you the URL.
Ok, this is weird. I checked some internal pages and noticed that the "About Us" page is PR4, but all other pages are PR0. The site is on its own IP, and there isn't anything that would have resulted in a penalty.
I'm getting exactly the same thing. Here's my situation
* Site launched on 14th September
* Up until today every page has had a white PR0
* When the site appeared in directory.google.com, it showed as PR1 on the directory listing
* Today, 1 internal page has PR4, all others have PR0 still
I suspect it's just Florida checking through everything. I expect every page will have PR with 24 hours.
If you modify your host file, -va seems to show some solid PR changes for the several dozen sites I've reviewed so far here in the U.S. [126.96.36.199]
A nice bonus is that my personal home page is now PR5. Nice!
[edited by: punta at 5:44 pm (utc) on Nov. 18, 2003]
You also have quite a few links with "id" in them, which you might want to avoid if possible. If you do an allinurl: search on your site, you'll notice all the urls with "id" in have no snippets, which to me suggests they've been indexed but haven't been crawled (can't see any GoogleBot specific restriction in your robots.txt). Just a thought.
I have noticed that, just like new pages, things take time to come into the google index.
Further, I have a new site with one page a certain prN, and it is one link away from index.html, then onc can assume that the site will be >=prN+1. Unless of course you have some good deep linking to the page in question.
Sorry for the long post, but I'm trying to connect numerous dots:)
I also saw a change in PR today for some of the pages on my main site. The index page is still a PR7, but about half of the 40 or so tier-two pages went from PR6 to PR7. A bit of digging showed that this seems to be the results of external, incoming textlinks (two months old) that G hadn't picked up (or factored in?) previously.
For what it's worth, since 10/12, I checked the "contains the term" backlinks on all (I think I've got them all) the datacenters, on a daily basis. 0n 10/12, I saw a huge jump in G's count (up to 400%) on most of the datacenters. the numbers dropped down below the 10/12 results on the 20th.
Since 10/26, the backlinks synched on all the servers, and the"contains the term" results climbed steadily until 11/17 when they showed a small (about 2%) dropped on all the datacenters with the exception of -ex.
Can anyone out there suggest any correlation between these observations?
Thanks in advance!
Since the URL had been registered before, I wonder if the previous owner submitted a removal request. Regardless, I have sent numerous reinclusion requests over the last few months, but nothing has changed.
When did all these things happened , I was watching the index page, never thought that the inner pages will get a PR update before the index page.
Anyway waiting, waiting ..........
But still not reflected on all datacenter. How can I check the backlink data in VA?
I am nowhere in SERPs though, from #55 to #113 and from #88 to #642. goodies and badies, all in the game.
Backlinks are also shown as 0
Yet . . . there are good links to it from several PR4 and 5 sites, which show up in a search on relevant keywords.
Are backlinks and PR updated simultaneously, or interdependent in some other way