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  • Ahoy
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    Google seems to have lost the urge to keep any relevance between PR and acctual content and relevancy of a website to its area of expertise ...

    But PR is very usefull when LE'ing (Since most pepole still conider it), so i wouldn't neglect it!

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  • [inx]Olly
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    It's an amalgamation of link backs (and the PR of those link backs) and age of domain.

    Links in sheer numbers can still do the work (see one of the other forums for a discussion of a web hosting beginning with E, and how they rank so highly).

    However, as of about 9-12 months ago, Google is far more interested in trust, and *NATURAL* content. Mostly in response to people 'whoring' PR like a commodity (one way to really irritate 'G), and creating spammy deliberate SEO sites to make a quick buck.

    Which for real web masters, is great.
    Last edited by [inx]Olly; 2nd August 2008, 12:57 PM. Reason: *typo

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  • imran
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    I suppose the PR matters to those that pay for links on sites due to their PR ranking, apart from that it is pointless.

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  • NetworkTP
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    One of my sites went down from 2 to 0 which is annoying. Page Rank still has some relevance with some advertisers. Its not completely pointless with search results either.

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  • dazmanultra
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    Ah cool... not to worry then I guess. We're doing well for quite a few decent terms at the moment, so all's good.

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  • midnightsoftwar
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    Yes, well at least they aren't completely different words (me trying to back out of a corner!).

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  • JamieBeeston
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    I not i

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  • midnightsoftwar
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    Crap, i hate it when that happens!!:emote_ban :emote_res

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  • JamieBeeston
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    It's

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  • midnightsoftwar
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    My full stop? Its there (now!).

    But the your/you're thing is different - its completely the wrong word, and just a pet hate of mine.

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  • JamesSykes
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    Originally posted by midnightsoftwar View Post
    Fair enough (BTW, its you're )
    BTW where is your full stop?

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  • midnightsoftwar
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    Fair enough (BTW, its you're ).
    Last edited by midnightsoftwar; 1st August 2008, 01:05 PM.

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  • administrator
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    its only an estimate of how well you might do overall.

    If your targeting keywords properly it is irrelevent

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  • Neil-
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    people like a visual key (even if it is a load of tosh how Well it reckons your site is doing)

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  • Neil-
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    legacy reasons.

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