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Re: Page Rank is back

  • Subject: Re: Page Rank is back
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@schestowitz.com>
  • Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2005 14:35:07 +0100
  • Newsgroups: alt.internet.search-engines
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Big Bill wrote:

> On Wed, 1 Jun 2005 03:17:57 -0400, "Stacey"
> <stacey@staceyssimplestuff.com> wrote:
>>"Big Bill" <kruse@cityscape.co.uk> wrote in message
>>> On Wed, 01 Jun 2005 01:09:38 GMT, SEO Dave
>>> <seodave@search-engine-optimization-services.co.uk> wrote:
>>>>On Tue, 31 May 2005 08:41:50 GMT, Big Bill <kruse@cityscape.co.uk>
>>>>>On Tue, 31 May 2005 08:37:27 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>>>>><newsgroups@schestowitz.com> wrote:
>>>>>>SEO Dave wrote:
>>>>>>> On 30 May 2005 22:01:25 GMT, Ignoramus2969
>>>>>>> <ignoramus2969@NOSPAM.2969.invalid> wrote:
>>>>>>>>So much for the theory that google was disposing of PR. I hope that
>>>>>>>>it does not happen, for purely egocentric reasons (having a PR7
>>>>>>> LOL, me too. I use PR as guide to how I'm doing in terms of getting
>>>>>>> enough links to everything, if a page is low PR I funnel more PR to
>>>>>>> it. I'd hate to have to use my brain to work it out :-))
>>>>>>> Think I got my highest day's traffic from all my sites yesterday,
>>>>>>> two of the main sites alone came to 14,000 visitors (each site had
>>>>>>> over 7,000 visitors, one of them has increased from just under 3,000
>>>>>>> last month) so whatever Google's doing I like it a lot :-)
>>>>>>Are you sure it is Google that brought many of these visitors? And if
>>>>>>why? Was there a lot of content added or just a PR increase? I
>>>>>>sometimes feel like Google place greater emphasis on content while PR
>>>>>>gets a lower weighting. Then again, I might be wrong. My PR is quite
>>>>>Then again, David doesn't show us his log files, does he?
>>>>Are you suggesting I might be massaging the figures Bill?
>>> Moi?
>>>>Try -
>>>>http://www.free-recipes.co.uk/ webstat/usage_200505.html
>>> That's very interesting. I'm off to the doc's (AGAN!) in a mo so I'll
>>> have a look later today.
>>>>Don't really want links to this page, hence the space).
>>>>I've have temporarily disabled password access to the automated
>>>>Webalizer stats. Have it password protected so there is no incentive
>>>>for log spammers to link to the site. Will put password access back on
>>>>in a couple of days.
>>>>Had the server reinstalled on the 8th this month and so logs deleted
>>>>prior to that, I assume you believe it was lower last month though :-)
>>>>As you can see from the above the last full days stats (30th May)
>>>>shows 9807 visitors (the last day, 31st isn't updated yet, shows first
>>>>few hours only). The day before (when I made the post) shows 7278
>>>>visitors like I said, 7,000 visitors up from under 3,000 last month.
>>>>You can see of all the referrers http://www.google.com/search and
>>>>http://www.google.co.uk/search are the top referrers after Direct
>>>>Requests. Webalizer stats like these aren't the most accurate, but
>>>>close enough for a quick view of things.
>>>>Anyway, looks like that one site is set to top 10,000 visitors a day
>>>>soon. Not bad for a domain I purchased 1 year and 1 month ago and have
>>>>not spent much effort on.
>>>>Do you need to see the other sites stats that hit over 7,000 visitors
>>>>the other day Bill or do you trust me now? 30th May saw 8392 visitors,
>>>>up from around 7,000 visitors a day last month for that site?
>>>>Can't be 100% sure these figures will hold, but if they do it's over
>>>>18,000 visitors a day between them.
>>>>I do have sites that are far less impressive, like a site I added on
>>>>the 12th May is getting about 350 visitors a day, and another one I
>>>>created on the 22nd May gets just 50 visitors a day :-)
>>>>How's your stats Bill?
>>> About 40 a day. Ridiculous.
>>I just visited last week for you! :-)
> OK, 39 then. Sniff.
> BB

I still have that PR5 link to your site... and I have used no sarcasm near
your anchor text *smile*.

If you are baffled be SEO Dave's stats, have a look at the sites themselves.
These sites appear to be based on nicking (or perhaps re-using) copyable
material which is added by the tens of thousands. I wonder how his SERP
opponents feel about it.


Roy S. Schestowitz

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