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3:43 am on Nov 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I've always found that the toolbar only shows the PR of the 1st site in the SERPs. Now, it shows the PR of all sites. Is this new, or was I doing something wrong before?
3:31 pm on Nov 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

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You should be able to see the PR of any page you visit on Internet no matter if it was the first of the SERP, the last one, or if you visited a page from your Favorites. Sometimes I also miss the PR. For me it usually helps if I first click on 'Backward Links' and then return to the previous page.
1:35 am on Dec 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Agreed. Any page listed in the SERPS maybe PR0 through PR10 and those not listed are greyed out....PR0 is white and PRNil is grey.
9:52 am on Dec 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I am a bit confused by this last posting. Are you saying that the page rank of each website is displayed next to each web site in the results after having carried out the search in the Google toolbar?
11:31 am on Dec 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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>> I am a bit confused by this last posting
I think the assumption is that you click on the SERPS result and go the relevant site to see what it's PR is.

Keevil, welcome to WW.

I agree with Vec_One. I have had the same experience. Often when clicking on a result in SERPS the subsequent page shows no PR, but if I copy that URL and paste it in a new browser window the PR shows up.

2:00 pm on Dec 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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ok now I see. It's the way I thought it was after all.
You have to click on the result on the SERP in order to see the PR. I thought I was missing something very important here.
I would love to be able to see 'at a glance' all the PR of my pages or a competitors and I thought I had glimpsed a way to do it.
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>> I would love to be able to see 'at a glance' all the PR of my pages or a competitors and I thought I had glimpsed a way to do it

Try the Google Directory

3:02 pm on Dec 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Try the Google Directory

The PR bar shown with the listings is very out of date for many of the sites I watch and others I have found (by as much as +/- 3 pts). I would not rely the Google directory PR at all.

5:15 pm on Dec 30, 2003 (gmt 0)

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(by as much as +/- 3 pts).

Or is it the case perhaps that sites DO have PR and that the directory shows the site's PR, rather than the homepage PR? A wild shot ... but not impossible.

 

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