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Google's Partial PR update

Discussion in 'SEO' started by thilak, Oct 2, 2006.

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    thilak, Oct 2, 2006 IP
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  2. kevin7654

    kevin7654 Peon

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    #2
    When this happened with my website before(~6 months ago) the update stuck. I went from PR0 to PR5, back down to PR4 now though.
     
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    thilak Active Member

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    You mean to say your PR rank moved upto 5 and then came back to 4 on the same PR update ?
     
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    Old Welsh Guy Notable Member

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    has anyone with a new site actually seen PR applied to their site across all the datacentres or the toolbar? I am talking about this update only though, not previously
     
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    Not on any of the sites I monitor. It seems to be taking a while to spread to all of the DCs. I'm wondering if we might see a rollback again at some point
     
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    Cricket Well-Known Member

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    Matt Cutts commented about this on his blog.

     
    Cricket, Oct 2, 2006 IP
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    The reason I ask is that we launched deeplylinked 3 weeks ago, it was spidered instantly, it has some very nice natural backlinks, and should start off life as a pr3-4 (I have not built any links at all other than in signatures to advertise it.

    I know that PR is normally a week or two behind when released, but this seems odd that a couple of new sites I have ALL have no PR. when were your new sites first sipered?

    Cheers Matt.
     
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    Cricket Well-Known Member

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    This PR update seems to be from more than just a couple of weeks back. A few people are seeing evidence it is from information closer to 4 weeks back.
     
    Cricket, Oct 2, 2006 IP
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    WOW. That's pretty lucky. You must have some "bigshot(s)" linking to you. I had that on one of my sites due to just 1 inbound link. Besides, your site looks really cool. I like the colors and the layout (nevermind the content, which looks good too).

    Oh, and according to Matt Cutts, not all the data centers will get the PR.
     
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    Yep, that would fit in with what I see as well. Don't get me wrong, I realy don't care about it as far as My sites are concerned, as I do not charge to go into the directories, do not sell links, and have no problem getting backlinks thankfully because I am known as being a straight guy.

    I just like to know what Google is up to, it is my job :p LOL
     
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    I'm actually guessing the PR is 6-8 weeks old based on new sites that have been launched as well as other factors. I guess I could sit down and work it out exactly, but it hardly seems worth it!
     
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    I am seeing right around six weeks from my own sites as well, but much like you, it just doesn't seem worth it to sit down and figure it out exactly. ;)
     
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    Ok so guestimated @ 42 days then + or - 7days.

    there you go school work done for the day :D
     
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    I wouldn't argue against that
     
    MattUK, Oct 2, 2006 IP