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Thats a much better number to market when selling links.
seriously PR is silly its the whats in the logs that count.
joined:May 23, 2005
After reading this all it still does not concern me what does still concern me is having my website removed after one single post I made to the_founder and after still not being listed in the google database I am still running adsense. However I am making 90 percent less than I was before since I had established a authority site in google on a certain industry and I thought what a better way to give back than to run adsense on every page and use adwords exclusively.
However I am still not listed in the index and I have been googlebowled and feel I have been victumized in this update . I also signed up to be thier since I am losing my condo now I might as well go out with a bang as this was a last shot attempt at keeping my financial situation in check after loosing $10,000 on a adwords campaign when a affiliate cancled my account and never paid me on the proceeds.
Again live and learn I gambled I trusted G and I still lost from my previous affiliate and from G.
I bet they will do something before that. Pagerank is named after one of the co founders of Google, Larry Page, I don;t think they will dump pagerank all together. The PR number in itself is for entertainment purpose only, I have MYSELF heard this from a Google Guy over the phone. All that matters is links, and they are indeed an important part of the rankings.
Now the question boils down, to the link buyers and sellers, what will they do if PR is Scrapped, which I do not beleive 100%, that it will happen.
Wait and Watch Guys :)