__/ [ Big Bill ] on Monday 08 May 2006 15:48 \__
> On Mon, 08 May 2006 15:01:54 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>__/ [ www.1-script.com ] on Monday 08 May 2006 14:35 \__
>>> Big Bill wrote:
>>>> Google sitemaps say my highest PR page is
>>>> it seems that it actually is
>>>> www.kruse.co.uk/ as you'd mostly expect it to be. How odd, is why i
>>>> mention it.
>>> People link to it more than to your homepage? That would be the only
>>> reason I can think of.
>>It is also possible that many of /your/ pages have links to that page --
>>links which exceed in value those that point to the front page. It is very
>>common if one's site has a highly-popular article. Seen it many times bef-
>>It's not a bug. It's a feature!
> Why doesn't any other PR tool including the toolbar have that feature?
> makes no sense, does it?
I think you missed the point. It's just a popular proverbial statement
(context of bug reports), which intends to say that the search engine
gains extra merit for its ability to rank good pages higher than
authorities (e.g. front page) of a given site. Toolbar PageRank is
exported periodically and it is being rounded up/down to roughly refect on
what Google Sitemap has full access to.
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