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PageRank Prediction tools

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by a3196, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. #1
    Hi, everyone,,,
    SEMrush
    I saw the pagerank prediction tools at

    www.rustybrick.com/pagerank-prediction.php

    I just want to know if this result are fairely dependable??

    or,,,,Don't believe their result???

    Thanks everyone in advance
     
    a3196, Jan 13, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
  2. subseo

    subseo Guest

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    I put in two of my websites, and it didn't persuade me - my forecast would be just the opposite - the site they predicted to go up will stay where it is, and the site they predicted to stay will go up (was included in dmoz and worked on a bit during last few days perhaps weeks).
     
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    I tried it a few months ago, it suggested that my ranking would go up by one........
    .........
    still waiting
     
    carowan, Jan 13, 2005 IP
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    No, it isn't accurate most of the time..
     
    schlottke, Jan 13, 2005 IP
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    #5
    Just tried a couple of pages
    it tells me............
    a 4 will be an 8
    a 4 will be a 10 ( with only one backlink I might add )
    never mind
     
    Jenny Barclay, Jan 13, 2005 IP
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    compar Peon

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    #6
    Nobody can predict PageRank. RustyBricks tool has been around for a long time. I'm surprised he hasn't withdrawn it. It is totally bogus.

    Hell you can't even predict when Google is going to do a backlink or PR upgrade. There just isn't any reliable data available to predict future PRs. The other factor is nobody knows for sure how PR is calculated. And the methods of calculation may be changing on an ongoing basis.

    Don't waste your time with this stupid tool!
     
    compar, Jan 13, 2005 IP
  7. rustybrick

    rustybrick User ID 3

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    Yea, I put my site in to the tool a few months ago and it was totally off. Stupid tool.
     
    rustybrick, Jan 13, 2005 IP
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    debunked Prominent Member

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    at least rusty brick can poke fun at it....

    my worst site shows it will go from 4 to 9 - there's no way unless PR was based on the reverse of what we know of it now. less backlinks - higher PR LOL
     
    debunked, Jan 13, 2005 IP
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    not good..

    One another advance tool to give a look

    http://www.seotime.com/tools/rankprediction/

    Atleast I am happy with results , This will be interesting to see .

    Kris
     
    kris1234, Dec 21, 2005 IP
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    DiscJockey Well-Known Member

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    IS iwebtool after your research a good tool ?
    I've founded and use it for a few weeks only.. i didn't get a PR update with the toll under use.

    Anyone ?


    dr. Clara Ventures
    some stuff
     
    rakoon13, Jan 20, 2006 IP
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    www.iwebtool.com I have noticed offers 2 ways of checking your future pr
    1. www.iwebtool.com/www.yourdomain.com
    2. www.iwebtool.com/pagerank_prediction

    Option 1 uses older more stable datacenters
    Option 2 tends to use the ones that update more frequently

    Something to be aware of if your checking future pr for a future purchase.
     
    stuw, Jan 22, 2006 IP
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    emil2k Active Member

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    Cool stuff stuw never knew about option 1
     
    emil2k, Jan 22, 2006 IP
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    I use McDar and for me is the best
     
    sunchy, Jan 24, 2006 IP
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    Some time ago, I programmed my own PR prediction tool, mainly for my own purposes, so it is a little bit more biased than most of the others:

    http://www.optimized.ws/sad-webmaster.html

    but nevertheless, the results are motivating for me.

    :D
     
    subseo, Jan 24, 2006 IP
  16. Crazy_Zap

    Crazy_Zap Well-Known Member

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    #16
    "Results: Your current Google PageRank is 4. Based on our calculations, we predict your future PageRank after the next Google update will be 4, an increase of 10.24%. "

    ...says it all for me, right there.
     
    Crazy_Zap, Feb 9, 2006 IP
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    Just IMHO: in their internal calculations they are working with something close to Google pagerank, yet they are displaying Google Toolbar Pagerank for us. You can have rather low PR4 which is near PR3, and rather high PR4 which is near PR5, and there is a big difference between those two, yet they are both PR4. That's where I would guess the 10% increase is coming from.

    Anyway, it is confusing, they shall make an explanation to it.
     
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  18. SedNaX

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    yes that's true. the pagerank is a logarithmic function from 1 to 10, that means from 1 to 1000000000.

    1 = 1
    10 = 2
    100 = 3
    1000 = 4
    10000 = 5

    so it's possible if you have near 3 (say 1021) or near 5 (say 9805), this is more than 10% difference :) i don't know anything about rounding the numbers, but this is the main thing about pagerank :)
     
    SedNaX, Feb 10, 2006 IP
  19. moneymakingguru

    moneymakingguru Well-Known Member

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    #19
    How does these prediction things work then?
    On the basis of google backlinks??
    Do they take into consideration PR values from a certain site "pour" into the linked site?

    Just curious.
     
    moneymakingguru, May 13, 2006 IP
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    Most probably by backlinks i am guessing.

    And for gods sake do not use http://www.rustybrick.com/pagerank-prediction.php? for prediction its the worse out there, it kept predicting during last update my sites rank as 0 , even after update took place too lol.
     
    paidhosting, May 13, 2006 IP