Big Bill wrote:
> On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 11:20:12 GMT, "Bob Kochem"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>"Charly" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Hi Guys,
>>> I have a page of +/- 85 pages.
>>> I noticed that after a change that I did one month ago a few of my PR5
>>> internal pages went to PR4. Is this normal ? Or did I mis some "dance" ?
>>FWIW, recently I didn't edit my home page, but the # of IBL's went up 50%
>>and the PR went from 5 to 4.
> It may not have ended yet. Many suggest the PR in the toolbar is there
> for amusement purposes anyway. Many of the links would have been
> registered and taken into account by Google but they just chose not to
> display them. You can't believe a great deal of what Google tell you
> about anything, which makes me wonder why we worry about positioning
My IBL's went up too, yet at the beginning of this PR update there was a PR5
to PR4 decline in the main page (the blog has had a steady PR5 for quite a
while). My main page has had no value reported (greyed out) for about 3
days so the update is not complete yet.
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz