Darren Tipton wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> Been reading this group now for quite a while, and been attempting (where
> I have time) to put into practice the things I've learned.
I am not sure we are people to /learn from/. Search engines are enigmatic
and all we do is speculate and judge based on the patents proliferated by
Google et al.
> My site has been up about a year, sits at PR3 and gets around 50,000 PR's
> a month. Is that reasonable? Should I be getting a lot more? Could I get
> alot more?
Get you give me some of these 50,000 PR's? I can distribute them across
5,000 sites to give them PR10. Did you mean "visits"? If 50,000 is the
number of visits, you ought to get a higher PageRank. You definitely can,
> I've tried to get IBL's with some success, but google doesn't seem to pick
> them up, it's update cycle is rather long compared to the likes of MSN,
It does not necessarily /list/ all links, but it probably follows them,
which leads to higher traffic and plenty of indexing. Google usually crawls
the most among the search giants.
> Anyway, address is in sig, any ideas as to what I could do to improve
> things? Advice appreciated.
The same old tricks and tips probably apply. They could not fit within a
single message, so finding relevant Web pages and tutorials would be a good
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz