Paul Burke wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 17:37:29 +0200, Borek
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 17:32:50 +0200, Paul Burke
>>>>> I've seen no change what-so-ever on any of my sites. Not even to pages
>>>>> that were added on the day of the last update.
>>>> It seems to me like some domains haven't been 'touched' yet. I wouldn't
>>>> worry about it.
>>> Well, my sites are on american servers and in the past they have been
>>> updated pretty quickly.
>>Changes were reported for some domains on 8th, so perhaps this time BL/PR
>>upgrade is gradual, not an all-together-now type. I am almost ready - most
>>datacenters show new PR and new BL.
> One of my sites has just started to be updated.
> Homepage now a PR4, but other pages, still showing no PR.
> The site is 4500+ pages, so I guess it will take time to do the whole
> site. ........... I hope so, as some pages I *need* PR to be shown on.
> Still waiting on the other site.
Like I said, it is better to avoid the PageRank obsession at this moment,
especially if your site is sparse. Mine changes all the time and it
contains close to 20,000 pages. Have a look next week when there are
answers rather than speculations. In terms of SERP's, nothing has degraded.
The ranks do not change overnight, only the number returned to visitors
Roy S. Schestowitz