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Pagerank Prediction

Discussion in 'Google' started by !Unreal, Oct 2, 2008.

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    !Unreal, Oct 2, 2008 IP
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  2. miranon

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    I think it's useless. No one know how Google will calculate the PR in the future.
     
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    !Unreal Well-Known Member

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    I thought so. I would love to get my hands on that alogyrhthm. (spell?:p)
     
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    Legendkiller Banned

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    its telling me its current PR >_>
     
    Legendkiller, Oct 2, 2008 IP
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    greatme Active Member

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    no i think no one can predict pr that because it is diffterent than our thinking that how google will do change to give pr's
     
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    Is there anybody who has been using this tool for say 6 - 9 months? Can they confirm if it's predictions have come true for them after Google updates?
     
    SoulfulDude, Oct 2, 2008 IP
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    IEmailer.com Well-Known Member

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    Pagerank values can't be predicted, however those tools are just for fun ;)
     
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    strange idea of fun lol.
     
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    It is what it is...a prediction, which is just as useless as toolbar PR.
     
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    Never gave me the right prediction .
     
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    i tried it once,
    it told me my site will have 4 pageranks
    but i got 1

    never tried again :p
     
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    snowbird Notable Member

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    You don't need online tools to predict pagerank. You can predict pagerank at the local bar/pub. After drinking a good number of shots, place a blindfold on, then spin yourself around, and throw a dart at their dartboard. If you hit the dartboard, your PR will increase. If you hit the bartender, you will get a huge PR increase. If you hit a barfly, then your PR will be steady. If you hit nothing or fall over/throw up while spinning, then your PR will drop.

    Using the above method is just as accurate, but more fun, then using any Online tool. :D
     
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    Abhik ..:: The ONE ::..

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    Its just useless dude..
    No one, even Google, can predict PageRank and SERP.
     
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    yea i have. the previous 2 updates to this one, and over quite a few sites it was quite accurate.

    first time i tried it i used it on a few sites and thought it was just adding +1 to the current pagerank, but after then next update it got like 37 out of 43 right. second time similar score.

    but on this latest update, it was doing it's usual +1 on everything and got hardly any of them right at all.

    so there you go.. ..it might be right is all we can say :)
     
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    I suggest to use no PR prediction tools as they are work worth less. No one can predict about PR.
     
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    Online pagerank prediction tools are not accurate. They don't know the real algo and so cannot predict the PR accurately.
     
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    I thought that was you at the bar doing that a couple weeks ago!!
     
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    Yes it did...because there is no wrong prediction. Like I said before, it's a useless as toolbar PR. Reading the stars is just as accurate. :D
     
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    You should see my method for predicting the PR export dates! :D It's relatively accurate too!
     
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    Why not use them but you have to add -4 to get the actual PR
     
    skillipedia, Oct 2, 2008 IP