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10:04 pm on Feb 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

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<Continued from [webmasterworld.com...] >

Let's sum this all up so that this thread doesn't go on and on with the same questions:

Pr has been somewhat updated on some servers

Yes some servers still house older pr data (ancient) which may account for you seeing pr0 for some pages you felt might have pr

Other servers revert to, or show data from about 10 - 15 days ago

A search for your site in Google can use any default server and thus show any of these pr amounts.

It is difficult to know at this time, whether the internal pagerank values have been calculated in the DC's showing BD results.

Hope this helps

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10:22 am on Mar 11, 2006 (gmt 0)

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>>>>No - it was/is not using PR from August.

>>>>Old Serps maybe - PR ( <RK> ) calculations are new - not old.

What is more - BD PR ( <RK> ) seems to be correctly calculating PR on sites that have had redirect, canonical problems.

The old PR calculation was flawed (IMO) and I was surprised when this PR was used in the last update.....but I guess Google know what they are doing :/

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so runing my site through livepr, my Live PR is now 0 on all! it was 7 on most and 5 on some... serp positioning not effected... not sure what's going on and how much i would pay attention to the livepr.com if at all... my tbpr is still jumping from regular 5 to 2 (and stays at 2 most of the time...). i'm just going to ignore the whole thing 'till the update is over and they freakout (if needed)... not sure what else to do.

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Different dc's return different PR but it seems "real PR" stays the same (or at least the drops don't seem to affect SERPS's much).

Its all part of the wonder of BD.

I don't think we'll see a PR update until the current Google index disaster is cleared up ... say in February, 2007 :)

2:08 am on Mar 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

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hwy2hel,

There is a note on the livepr page that says that the tool is returning PR0 for *ALL* pages right now, for unknown reasons. Nothing to be worried about with respect to your site specifically.

2:40 am on Mar 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

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It's been this way for several days... Saturday, I believe... same time that BD rollout completed.
3:34 am on Mar 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Actually the PR update started on Feb 18, it just has not finished yet due to the Big Daddy issue. Maybe with the Big Daddy update complete, this 6 week long PR update will finally finish.
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cept googlebot been so busy crawling, kinda think all those results gonna be used for a new PR update.

(but I agree they updated PR about FEB-15)

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this weekend seems like a good time to update the PR and the algo. It's weekend and the begining of a new month...
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Or it could very well be Google's April Fools Joke on all of us webmasters

Just kidding......

6:20 pm on Mar 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

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The livePR tool is not working anymore for livePR queries, and Matt addressed this on his blog today as part of the Q & A.
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I see a rolled back PR update again.
11:22 pm on Mar 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

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If any large changes are going to take affect, it'll happen over Good Friday/Easter weekend. It's a long weekend for many as well as some travelling/less PC usage. Great time for Google to do their work.
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Cutts just said maybe a PR update in the next couple of weeks. Also that the PR bouncing around should start settling down.
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>>I see a rolled back PR update again.

The directory rolled back for a day or two also this week.

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