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I redesigned a site for a company and then translated it into different languages with different domain names for them. The original site had a PR of 4 and provided the only link to the new domains. Both the new domains immediately got PR of 3. It's the first time I've noticed this. Usually it takes some time before new domains acquire PR.
I am not bothered about SERPS at the moment, only interested in the PR. I have some new deep inbound links and the new PR appears to be taking them into account. Just hoping the new PR comes back again and stays for good.
Oh I am so happy!
In the wake of this information, can anyone suggest the same results coming in?
Have you tried doing a Google search of your index page URL, without the www on the front of the domain name, to see if anything appears?
That is to say: search "site.com" rather than "www.site.com" and see if that finds anything. If the highest PR page that links to you has done it with <a href="http://site.com">site</a> then that would give the Page Rank to the wrong URL and you wouldn't see the PR on www.site.com.
All my incoming links point to the right address.
When my site was up on google pre florida, when I asked google what pages linked to my site it would miss some of the sites with lower page rank but the higher ones showed up. I still had no page rank though.
I think google hates me.
Im redesigning the whole site and am going to see if that helps.