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Pagerank distribution, google sitemaps

Discussion in 'Google Sitemaps' started by adnan, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. #1
    Hi all.

    In google sitemaps, you can see a pagerank distribution of all of your pages.

    It goes, low, medium, high and not yet assigned.
    SEMrush
    anyone know what values low, medium and high stand for????
     
    adnan, Jun 11, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. MrGeeK

    MrGeeK Peon

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    Not 100% sure but low seems to be up to PR4, medium starts at PR5, and not sure about high as I don't make it that bracket.
     
    MrGeeK, Jun 11, 2006 IP
  3. Caios

    Caios Peon

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    #3
    Hadnt noticed that, thanks.

    So anyone want to guess what a full low bar and a tiny bit in not yet assigned means?

    That must be PR 6 or 7? lol
     
    Caios, Jun 11, 2006 IP
  4. MrGeeK

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    #4
    I've recently come to the conclusion that it's not giving you an idea of your index pages PR, rather it is indicating where all the pages on your site fall for PR.

    So for example, you might have a few PR5's and the rest of the site is basically pr3/4
     
    MrGeeK, Jun 12, 2006 IP
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    #5
    Id have to agree with MrGeek.. I believe its showing where your Pages are in PR...

    Mine are all low at the moment... but My site doesnt have a PR yet so I assumed I would be un-assigned.. Oh well!
     
    sparksflying, Jun 12, 2006 IP
  6. adnan

    adnan Peon

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    #6
    No.
    It is actually telling you the pagerank for the crawled pages in real time. This is the data waiting to be exported to the toolbar.

    Lets look at my site:

    Your page with the highest PageRank
    Jun http://www.linkspub.com/
    May http://www.linkspub.com/
    Apr http://www.linkspub.com/


    Its telling me that my homepage has my highest pagerank


    The PageRank of your pages in Google Distribution
    High None
    Medium Atleast 1, maybe 2-3
    Low Alot
    Not yet assigned Few


    So looking at this data, I can assume

    a)The highest pagerank page on my site is my homepage. It falls in the Medium Rank

    b)Most of my pages fall in the Low Rank

    c)I have a few pages not yet pagerank assigned.



    So if we know what High, Medium, and Low stand for, we can get an idea of what the pagerank of the pages in our site at this point are.

    Anyone know what High, Medium and Low stand for????
     
    adnan, Jun 12, 2006 IP
  7. adnan

    adnan Peon

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    #7
    Another thing i remember reading somewhere is that google now wants to make seo, more a siteowner's or webmaster's job. I think it wants to eliminate con seo's that promise so much but dont' have anything valuable to deliver.

    I read an article a few months back, in some state, i dont' remember what it was, an seo guaranteed they could get the sites listed on the first page of google and a few more search engines.

    It ended quite dramatically when the issue went to court and the judge ordered all of the revenue to be returned to the people who have spent it.

    I think that is why it has these things like analytics, sitemaps, so while google is getting some information from your site, you also get some benefit from it.
     
    adnan, Jun 12, 2006 IP
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    Cristian Mezei Notable Member

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    #8
    There isn't any official note about the strict values.

    My logical assumption : low = 0-3, medium = 4-5, high= rest.
     
    Cristian Mezei, Jun 12, 2006 IP
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    #9
    My guess on the distribuion is:
    High: PR8 and higher
    Med: PR5-7
    Low: PR4 and lower
     
    hulkster, Jun 12, 2006 IP
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  11. MrGeeK

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    #11
    You don't seem to get the highest page rank text if you have a number of pages with the highest rank. (at least thats what I am putting it down to, sites where I have only 1 page with the highest rank I get it, sites with more than 1 at the highest rank and I don't get it)
     
    MrGeeK, Jun 12, 2006 IP
  12. adnan

    adnan Peon

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    #12
    anyone else have any idea of what 'low', 'medium' and 'high' are?
     
    adnan, Jun 13, 2006 IP
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    #13
    Does anybody know how long it takes google to go from a page rank of not yet assigned to assigning one. The site is JapaneseCupid.com

    Thanks
     
    JapaneseCupid, Jun 15, 2006 IP
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    #14
    My index is PR4, about half of my pages are PR4, half PR5 (with one little PR 6) but the sitemap PR graph shows almost completely low, with only a very small amount (5%?) as medium. Either I'm in for a disappointment in the next toolbar update, or something is scwewy.
     
    cafinater, Jun 15, 2006 IP
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    Cool, my Webmaster Tools shows that one of my pages in the Medium category which is my home page. It is currently PR4 but I guess it'll be PR5 at the next update. :D
     
    live-cms_com, Jun 28, 2007 IP
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    Mine is 70% low, 28% not yet assigned, 1% medium, 1% high. Don't know what it means.
     
    blafrog, Jul 1, 2007 IP
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    #17
    I've got nothing over a 4, and sitemaps says all my pages are "low" or "pagerank not yet assigned".
    Some of the new pages get page one results for their keyphrases, suggesting the realtime PR isn't still at zero.
    Pretty sure the sitemaps PR isn't up to date - probably the same data the toolbar displays.
     
    tomcatuk, Jul 1, 2007 IP
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    amanamission Notable Member

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    verified :D
     
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    #19
    interesting read
     
    Locc, Jul 12, 2007 IP
  20. trichnosis

    trichnosis Prominent Member

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    i can only say the medium.

    medium means pr 6:D
     
    trichnosis, Jul 12, 2007 IP