__/ [John Bokma] on Tuesday 13 December 2005 15:03 \__
> Borek <m.borkowski@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 11:43:57 +0100, davidof
>> <david.george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> of the existence of such submittal tools as legacy (like meta
>>>> data) or something to get the hopes of Webmasters up, often in
>>> Of course in the case of Google a site with no inbound links cannot
>>> acquire any page rank so will not show up in the index whether it is
>>> submitted or not.
>> Do you mean that PR source is always only external? If so, where does
>> PR comes from? You know, it must start somewhere...
> You can give each site a PR of zero, and then at the first pass, assign
> each a pagerank based on the number of inlinks they get. It takes a few
> steps to reach a stable state (I once had a glance at the explanation, and
> this is what stuck, so it might be wrong).
You spill some Google juice  into Wikipedia and off you go...
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