Google PageRank

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  • #26668

    michaelsync
    Member

    Is there anyone who has some experences in using GooglePR??

    I just start using it and also post about this in my blog. you can check hows look like in my blog.. http://michaelsync.wordpress.com/2006/08/24/google-pagerank-from-prlookupcom/

    Here is the direct link.. http://www.prlookup.com/

    I dont know whether the count that is shown in image is correct or not..

    Could you plz give me your blog link if you are already using GooglePR in your weblog?

    #26802

    nosysnoop
    Member

    I use:

    http://www.mygooglepagerank.com/

    But the pagerank system updates I think every 3-4 months. Maybe by this Fall it might update again and change for you.

    #26807

    timethief
    Member

    Meh – I’ve had one for a long time.

    But if you want an excellent and insightful page rank tool then use this one http://www.seologs.com/pr-check/fullpage-pr.html

    Be prepared to wait and watch it analyze step by step every bit of information on your front page. You will be able to gain lots of information about which tags score higher.

    #26812

    michaelsync
    Member

    Thanks so much for your answers..

    #26813

    eteraz
    Member

    one thing i noticed is that it takes LONGER to get your page rank higher if you are on wordpress.com than if you had your .com or .org site

    for a month i went off to eteraz.org and in that ONE month my page rank on that site shot up to 5

    whereas now, even though i get good traffic, have three times the incoming links and three times the # of blogs linking to me, i am still only a page rank 4

    #26816

    timethief
    Member

    @eteraz
    I can’t detect either a question or an answer in your support forum post and that’s what this forum is for.
    I’m assuming from the content of your post that you are not happy here. I’m sorry to hear that. A comparison between wordpress.com and wordpress.org services is found in the FAQs blog here http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/05/07/wordpresscom-vs-wordpressorg/.
    Bloghosting is not expensive and hosting information can be found here http://wordpress.org./hosting. As you have already tried it I’m puzzled why you are hear telling us that you are unhappy when you could be over there improving your page rank.

    #26820

    michaelsync
    Member

    @eteraz, Yeah. I think so..

    @timethief, We are not saying that we are not happy to use WordPress even wordpress offer the great service as FREE. We do appreciate for that. and we really thank to all people who are from WordPress…

    one thing is.. what should i do if I cant’ import all posts from wordpress.com to paid-server.
    Discussion : http://wordpress.com/forums/topic.php?id=3583&replies=8

    Thanks to WordPress and all of you..

    #26882

    drmike
    Member

    one thing i noticed is that it takes LONGER to get your page rank higher if you are on wordpress.com than if you had your .com or .org site

    Gotta disagree with that statement, especially knowing the last three Google updates on public PRs had issues.

    #27160

    nosysnoop
    Member

    ACK! My page rank dropped by one point. But before, it rose. WHY??

    #27161

    poppy8sd
    Member

    “takes LONGER to get your page rank higher if you are on wordpress.com”

    Whoa, couldn’t prove it by me: I was so confused when I first got a blog here I posted near gibberish –to figure out how it worked; one -two a day dribbled in to look. But within TWO months: WP blog is PR 5, with some posts returned higher on results page than institutions –technorati puts it among first half million of 57 million blogs they track. But not even one comment, on any page.

    Another blog: about to have my one-year anniversary, over 100 pages, tons of traffic, bookmarks, comments –PR: 1
    Why? Makes me crazy. I’m the same writer –for both, same grabbing-type headlines, same sarcasism (only the title and focus are different)…. If I knew how/why I could fix the one with national & international readership.
    Only difference between the two: higher PR is on WP blog. I suspect: Google Loves WP and their blogs….

    #27162

    nosysnoop
    Member

    Every WordPress.com blog has WordPress.com and WordPress.org links right there. So their high page rank helps every blog on WordPress.com. Like how a Google link is right there on every Blogger blog.

    #27163

    poppy8sd
    Member

    Nosy: Maybe –all WP dot com blogs help all the other WP blogs, but I don’t think so.
    a) If true wouldn’t ALL of us have PR of say 7 -8 or -9? Plenty WP blogs have high PR, but more have low PR. Why?

    b)Also: if you were correct, if Google’s alogorithm (sp?) worked that way wouldn’t Google bump every Blogger/Blogspot publisher up? –They own, they could make even more money if having a Google-based blog got you higher PR, but it doesn’t. –Proof: my PR 1 blog is on Blogger….

    #27164

    engtech
    Member

    a) If true wouldn’t ALL of us have PR of say 7 -8 or -9? Plenty WP blogs have high PR, but more have low PR. Why?

    PR 9 sites are VERY few and far between. 5 is good, anything over 5 is great for a blog.

    #27165

    drmike
    Member

    Hmm, I dropped from a 6 to a 4 for the main blog. That’s strange.

    #27166

    nosysnoop
    Member

    Did you find out why? I just Googled something that I was number one on Google since the story broke. Now I’m on page six for the same thing that got me placed as number one before.

    #27167

    drmike
    Member

    I don’t have an ‘in’ with Google staff so I can’t find out. I did have different PRs though for the blog with and without the ‘www’ in the URL which was strange. They’re now the same. Still have a fairly high rank for the subdomains though (4-7) and appear highly ranked among a number of searches.

    The last few updates were reported as being ‘broken.’ Maybe Google ‘fixed’ things this time around.

    #27168

    kashmir
    Member

    nosysnoop

    I too was on page one of google for a particular search term, which I realised after a post got too many hits. I even updated the story with a lot more information and guess what all of a sudden I am nowhere to be seen on any google page!

    #27169

    nosysnoop
    Member

    I even updated the story with a lot more information

    Did you edit the title? Don’t do that because it breaks the source and Google won’t recognize it. You can edit the rest of the entry but if the post is old, never change the title because once it’s indexed on search engines, changing the title will break the code. Unless someone remembers exactly what the title used to be. That happened to me one time but I fixed it and I checked Google and then it went through insteadof saying Not Found.

    drmike, you think the pageranks of WordPress.com and .org being higher now might be the reason? .com was 7 but now it’s 9. And .org was 8 and now that’s also a 9.

    #27170

    kashmir
    Member

    nosysnoop

    No, I didn’t edit the title. Thanks for the info though, would keep that in mind when I am editing posts.

    ~Kashmir~

    #27171

    makaticondo
    Member

    will having a google PR link / stat on the blog actually increase traffic??

    just wondering…

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