The search string is therapatch. Clearly, it is not as cometative. But it
looks like it caries some weight, judging by the results of the query.
"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> __/ [RG] on Tuesday 07 February 2006 15:49 \__
>> Thanks again
>> "Paul B" <lamewolf2004@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> On Tue, 7 Feb 2006 08:50:51 -0500, "RG" <nobody@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>When I do a search on google based on a keyword which is relatively
>>>>a reference to my my page comes up on a first page. Yet, the page
>>>>is 0. Why?
>>>>Thanks in advance
>>> Hi two reasons.
>>> One, PR (on the toolbar) does not mean better SERP's. A PR2 can out
>>> rank an PR4 for example.
>>> Two, the page may have been added after the last PR update and will
>>> show PR0 until the toolbar is updated. If the page is cached, then it
>>> will have PR, but won't be shown until then.
>> Thanks for your help.
>> How often google updates page ranks?
> About 4 times a year? Is that right? It is rather sporadic, but here is a
> table of updates' recent history:
> Look for occurrences of "TBPR".
> Also worth asking: what is the search string in question? It might not be
> competitive as one would imagine.
> Best wishes,
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