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However only index.htm was affected - all others regained their PR and show index.htm in their link: search!
Unfortunately I couldn't view this most interesting post about PR update in the paid section - please if there's anyone here to explain basics of some possibly great changes in the PR algo.
I have a .net site (domain name not technology used) and a .com site with the same domain name had PR0 penalty as well. I still get 27 links when doing link: search he doesn't (used to be 15).
Is it also a sign of smth?
I would appreciate your attention
- Does your home page still show up in the same searches that it used to before its apparent devaluation?
- Do the www and non-www versions of your home page both show PR0?
- Are you doing anything that Google might frown on (link farm links, hidden text, etc.)?
positions have remained more or less the same - internal pages rankings are even better!
www and non www both have 0PR - non www used to have PR0 before - all incomings lead to www.
I have done some link exchange but with technology and development related sites only - I actually used follow-the-leader approach in link building.
honestly there's been some OOP before austin - but it was only onpage visible text and metas - no cloaking or hidden input types or text.
Rogerd - do you think this could be a "subtle devaluation" - what do you imply here?