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Finding a page rank 7 or better web page

are there any resources available for this?

     
2:00 am on Oct 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I am wondering if anyone knows of any resources that list only page rank 7 or better web pages. My web site already is in the top 10 of the most competitive term with my site containing 12 internal pages ranking 5. I figure if I can get at least one backlink from a 7 or 8 with my keyword term then this would push me to 1 or 2 position. Having a list would certainly increase my odds of finding someone generous enough to link back to me.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

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4:33 am on Oct 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Find some sites in the same or a similarly competitive sector with high PR and check who's linking to them, both at Google and AlltheWeb. Then check who's linking to those sites. Start following trails backward.
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Try the very old and stale Google (ODP) directory.

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>>Any thoughts or suggestions?

Yeah, if you have time to see where "your most competitive" phrase ranks, you need to write some more pages, target some more phrases, and forget about Pagerank.

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Try the very old and stale Google (ODP) directory.

Dave

Your right Dave, I forgot about this one. I just wish directory was more updated. The green bar is not always accurate. I guess this is my best option for now.

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it's also a good option for obtaining the relevancy you're after. or just go to dmoz.
6:42 pm on Oct 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Is this Google news?
Or does this relate to Link Development?
Is this a webmaster general question?

What is the news?

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Since this is a Google specific question martinibuster, this would seem to be the best forum. While this is link development, it is 100% Google specific. Only relevant criteria is PR7 or greater.
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Yeah, I guess you're right.

The Google Directory... what a find.

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Another way is to trace backlinks of sites in highly competitive markets, like some of the the ones we get spam email for, even if we've not in that sector. Those often have done a lot of links research and some find higher PR sites that are willing to exchange links that have nothing to to with the market they're in but may be appropriate for other types of sites.

>>The Google Directory...

Some people don't know, and while some sites at the top end of the directory don't do outbound links, some do - and it can still help to backtrack and see who's linking to those.

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Try searching google for any very general phrase like www. All the top 1000 sites will be over PR7
9:03 pm on Oct 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Sounds like you've been here too long Martinibuster. There is no more Google news ;)

After tens of thousands of threads, what more can there be?

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After tens of thousands of threads, what more can there be?

You're 100% right. :)

Guess I'll hang out by the Yahoo water cooler and see what news I can find over there. ;)

But as long as we're on about Link Development, online zines can attract a lot of PR, and if they're relevant, you can sometimes work something out along the lines of a parternship. Sometimes.

When link hunting it's a good idea to broaden your view and open your mind to other traffic generating opportunities, in addition to and beyond links.