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So you never see their real root "home page," where most of the backward links point, so there's no way to know that the PR of that page would be.
[Edit: Yeah, Jeremy, I know. But since you'd already commented on what I'd actually written, it didn't seem right to come back and edit it out!]
[edited by: JayC at 9:30 pm (utc) on Aug. 21, 2002]
By surprisingly high - i meant that it's kind of amazing that so many people would link to them.
But then again, seems most larger corporations / mail order companies / retailers PR is in that range too.
Every time I've seen that a site that redirects to a deeper page, the PR is higher than my guess would be. I believe it hurts a site a lot though to have the site redirect from the home page like that...it makes no sense at all to me. Unless they're cloaking of course :)
I believe it hurts a site a lot though to have the site redirect from the home page like that...it makes no sense at all to me.
Yeah I agree, it's not the best approach from an seo/PageRank standpoint. We could assume, then, that either they have other priorities in mind or that they need some seo help...
(And yeah, I knew about being able to edit. But since I was going to write another post anyway, it seemed that it'd leave the thread more easy to follow for anyone reading it if I didn't remove what you'd commented on... and it seemed like a more interesting approach!)