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Google toolbar Update

Discussion in 'Google' started by dfsweb, Oct 6, 2004.

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  1. flawebworks

    flawebworks Tech Services

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    #21
    Why yes; since you ask......hee hee

    <scowling>:

    My internal pages updating but not me pr darnnit.
    </scowling>
    SEMrush
     
    flawebworks, Oct 6, 2004 IP
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  2. thebassman

    thebassman Asleep at the Keyboard

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    #22
    Yay PR!! :D My sites both stayed @ PR6, but a lot of my internal pages that didn't have PR before, are now showing PR6's and PR5's :D
     
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    stephfoster Well-Known Member

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    #23
    Ah... nice to see a little something there at last. Nothing spectacular for me, but it's nice to be getting something!
     
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    hey Peon

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    #24
    YAY i finally got pagerank :)
     
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  5. fluke

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    #25
    can't believe they finally did it...... -

    i feel bad for all the newer chaps who've been patiently waiting for the Toolbar PR and expecting their rankings to go up at the same time .....

    well - i'm going to check the site and hope for the best - fingers crossed its a PR 7 ;)
     
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  6. fluke

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    #26
    ......and absolutely no change

    ok so i'll wait a bit

    (hehe i keep having to stop myself from trying to "refresh" the PR with IE's refresh button - fool...:))
     
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    hurricane_sh Well-Known Member

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    #28
    I have 3 new sites gone from PR0 to PR4, 1 new site gone from PR0 to PR5, but an existing site has gone down from PR5 to PR4.

    Don't suppose I should complain, because I was milking that PR5 site for all its worth to help build the other sites up a bit. I guess I now have 3 months to work on trying to get it back up again.
     
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  9. TLDTrader.com

    TLDTrader.com Peon

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    #29
    David,

    Looks like the two sites I sold you maintained their PR5s :)

    And you have a new PR3 page also.

    Regards,

    Ed
     
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    hurricane_sh Well-Known Member

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  11. dfsweb

    dfsweb Active Member

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    #31
    We've had quite a few people with similar situations ..... I wonder if the update hasn't full finished??

    One of my sites has gone from PR0 to PR4. This was a new site, so I was expecting a healthy PR in any case and G's rank most of the internal pages but one - My site map. I wonder why? The site map's got around 25 odd text links, nothing else.
     
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  12. Chiara

    Chiara Peon

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    #32
    That's what happened to me. My About page and a couple other pages that got a PR5 (while the index got a PR4) all have only one link. My homepage has tons of links. So maybe it didn't get a 5 because of PR leak?
     
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    dfsweb Active Member

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    #33
    Maybe the've changed the algo, so it drops the PR after a certain number of outgoing links from a single page :eek:

    I know that PR leak affects PR as well, but I was under the impression that it affected the entire site, not just a single page. But, maybe the've changed it so that it only affects that one page which has lots of outbound links.
     
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  14. ResaleBroker

    ResaleBroker Active Member

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    #34
    I don't think that's the case. My front page only has 34 total links with a PR2. Some of my other pages have a PR4 with 36 total links.
     
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    #35
    Chiara/dfsweb: When you have high ratio of external outbounds vs internal outbounds you are voting your PR off site. When you have have a higher ratio of internal outbounds vs external outbound you vote your PR to internal pages and it is then vote it back when you have a fully meshed link structure and in most other cases to some degree. So the percent of external vs internal oubounds on a page does make a difference.

    Also in many cases the more pages you have on a site the less PR that you have voted to the internal page that comes back.
     
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    ResaleBroker Active Member

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    #36
    I can appreciate that.

    What's interesting in my case is only eight (8) of the thirty-four (34) total links on my front page are external outbounds.

    Any ideas?
     
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    thebassman Asleep at the Keyboard

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    #37
    Yeah, it looks like the algo was completely changed for PR...
     
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    Dominic Well-Known Member

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    #38
    Has anyone seen pr change on pages that already had pr?

    Or is it only new pages being assigned pr at this stage?
     
    Dominic, Oct 6, 2004 IP
  19. GuyFromChicago

    GuyFromChicago Permanent Peon

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    #39
    I did. PR5 to PR4. The page is 6 months or so old.
     
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    flawebworks Tech Services

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    #40
    I've had several internal pages update with pr; as well as new ones take on pr.
     
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