Paul Burke wrote:
> On 30 May 2005 01:12:26 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
>>I am happy PR is gone 4 ever, it was a nuisance...
> why ?
I agree with that statement actually. Although PR was a good tool for
evaluating unfamiliar sites, webmasters had to take care of their own
'yards' and ensure that a high PR prevailed. This was a peril for me as my
sites are new (less than a year old) and sparse structures meant that the
PR 'energy' was spread across too many pages. I now use the Alexa meter
which ranks domains, but not pages.
Roy S. Schestowitz