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PR of directory - how does it reflect

the home page of the directory has a high pr, but the category pages don't

     
3:16 am on Mar 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi all,

I have just had my site listed in a directory whose home page has a Google PR of 7. The directory branches into all kinds of sub categories, all of which have a lower PR, down to 0. Drilling down to the page where my web site is listed, the PR is 0.

Doing a search on some of the keywords for my site, it comes up and the results page is a PR 2.

Now my question: Will the home page of the directory with a PR 7 be relevant to Google or the PR 2 of the search in the directory, or worst case, the PR 0 of the inside directory page?

Is it worth the trouble listing with such directories at all?

Opinions welcome

- teylyn

5:06 pm on Mar 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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If you're paying good money, no. If it's a freebie, it can only help. Maybe not a huge amount but it will help.
5:15 pm on Mar 11, 2005 (gmt 0)

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But, wait ... what about the traffic the directory brings your site? If the directory is useful and gets good traffic (PR7 suggests it is/does both), then the traffic it generates for you is probably more qualified and less costly than traffic you could buy elsewhere (e.g., click-based advertising).
 

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