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Most of my sites have changed, some have gone up dramatically.
I know I shouldn't be but I'm quite excited because I moved domains a couple of months ago and it looks like I've got a PR5 on the new domain.
I know there have been rumours for a few days now but I'm sure this is happening. Is anyone else seeing this?
yep... I was waiting for my PR4 last update and knew I should have moved up but it didn't come.
So to test my theory, I didn't add a single recip link, submit a single article.... just continued to add content... and IF those datacenters are correct, then nice to see extra green pixels.
Also, with regard to backlink update, I see 3 different sets: One group of databases show no update, while others show 2 different sets of backlinks. For example,
Backlinks at [126.96.36.199...] (updated) are different than those at [188.8.131.52...] (also updated)
I see backlinks for the first time on the latter, it's only internal links although I have many incoming links >=PR5 (their keywords already work, but they are not listed).
I still see no TPR on them, the content is 3 months old ranking very good, and the domain some years old.
edit: I see TPR now. The toolbar was looking at toolbarqueries.google.de O_o
Q: in example we have this DC > [184.108.40.206...] , now how could i understand what is my PR on it? ThX
Put that in your /etc/hosts file (windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts or so in windows?):
Then clear your cache, close your browser and open it again. Now the green bar will show the TPR from that DC. In some cases you have to use toolbarqueries.google.XX (where XX is your countries TLD).
I know that the toolbar PR is a joke but I still would love more frequent updates...I know it's stupid :)
Rightly or wrongly, I use it as a rough indicator as to whether my internal linking is effective or not. If PR decreasing, I see that as a measure that my navigation is not as logical as it should be.
[edited by: Simsi at 1:33 pm (utc) on Sep. 29, 2006]