__/ [tochiro] on Wednesday 15 February 2006 16:24 \__
> I have 2 websites with the same PR of 4. One generally is in the first
> 3 result pages of Google whatever the keyword and the other one is not
> among the first 1000 result pages.
> How come do you think?
> THank you for sharing your thoughts.
You'll need to give practical examples that include URL's, I suspect. Also
bear in mind that certain sites are rich in terms of content. They can hit
the hammer right on the head of that nail (popular keywords analogy) or just
knock on the wood.
As Borek stated, PageRank alone does not mean much because a one-page Web
site will get few referrals (I have personal examples) while preserving its
'energy', which leads to good ranks. Different sites can have varying
amounts of content and the nature of the content matters too.
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