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Re: Site dropped to PR4

__/ [ Paul B ] on Monday 03 April 2006 19:21 \__

> On Sun, 02 Apr 2006 18:56:15 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>__/ [ Badass Scotsman ] on Sunday 02 April 2006 14:11 \__
>>> "Paul B" <lamewolf2004@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> news:oubv221qcembpoks534nrq1r2j5ovo0i2v@xxxxxxxxxx
>>>> Anyone else notice their PR playing around ?
>>>> Site was a PR5, and today PR4   umph !
> <snip>
> Still showing PR4 today too :(
> Nothing on webmasterworld, and I see other sites that have reverted to
> their old PR values. Can't get results from McDar either. :/
> plh
> Paul
I think that what you need is Mc*Bar*, not McDar. Grab a beer and forget
about this figure, which is only visible on that one particular page to a
small minority of surfers who actually mind the gauges. My site had a higher
PageRank 12 months ago when the number of inbound link was roughly 10 times
less. That comes to prove something.

Best wishes,


PS - In case I didn't make it obvious before, my 'plea' for Google was
overrated. The whole thing in general was not distressing, but I thought it
was worth taking a couple of minutes and write if it could improve traffic.

Update: I am running Visitors at the moment because it seems like traffic
/may/ be returning to normal (~600+~400 images).

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