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EXACTLY Marcia. I have but one thing to say: yawn. SERPs are the same old, same old. I say move along folks. Nothing of much interest to see here.
In that case, is "It's the Update! Yay!" an appropriate subject line for this thread? Who in the real world cares about what the link: command shows? Unless there are major changes in the SERPs, then this isn't an update in the sense some webmasters feel the thrill of victory, while others experience the agony of defeat.
With the recent Sandbox Effect, I am a little more curious to see what will happen. Many people are still offering theories about this, and there is still much to be learned.
SERPs are updated every 2-4 days in the areas I watch, whatever changes in PR/BL's you'll see are already weighted in the current SERPs.
Keep it moving...
I'm seeing updated PR for 10 index pages of 10 different sites of ours. None of the internal pages are showing any though. This is annoying, they've all been indexed for over a month.
same here. I have a site with PR7, it got it last update. But the subpages still at white... some internal pages had an update, but no real "deep" calc, as it seems :-/
Then again, my traffic always seems to do better on months that google reduces the number of backlinks that they report. The big difference in the count seems to be the number of my internal pages that they count as backlinks.
The number has jumped up and down for the last year with a low in September of around 130, to a high a few months ago of 1400. I rarely lose a link once I gain it, and I have never had a month other than december where the average daily traffic has dropped more than 3% from the previous month.
Backlink nummbers are novelty numbers that are really only good for entertainment purposes (knowing your competitor's backlinks on the other hand are quite valuable) right up there with toolbar PR and the allin commands for usefulness.