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Posted 28 February 2004 - 10:26 PM
Posted 28 February 2004 - 11:07 PM
The calculation of PR is based (and this is very simplified) on the PR of pages linking to your page, and the number of links on those pages. That is, if a given page linking to you has a PR of 7 and yours is the only page it links to, you're getting all of however much PR that page is giving out. If the page has ten links on it, you're only getting one-tenth of the benefit.
And it's not unusual for different pages on a site to have different PR. In fact, it's pretty normal. Since most of your backlinks are pointing to your home page (in most cases), the home page is going to have the highest PR. The interior pages get most of their PR (assuming they aren't linked to from other sites) from your navigation structure: pages that get linked to from every page (those that have a navigation button on every page pointing to them) will have the next-highest PR, and those that are only linked to from a few pages will be lower than the rest.
By the way, you don't need to worry about asking questions that you think everyone else knows the answers to around here. There may be dozens of people who are wondering the same thing, but are afraid to ask for the same reason. But that's what we're all here for. Like they say, the only stupid question is the one that never gets asked.
Posted 28 February 2004 - 11:24 PM
Posted 29 February 2004 - 06:03 AM
The address doesn't change so you probably don't notice any change in PR. The most important thing is to have the same address in all inbound links pointing to a particular page so the PR gained from them is concentrated on this one address.
Thanks for the advice and if I got it right I also need to have definite urls. For example all my pages had like .../something.html now I changed them all to http://www.something.../something.html and I think that will help.
Most problems are with links to homepage while some of them point to www.site.com and other point to www.site.com/index.html - Google can recognize them as separate pages.
Posted 29 February 2004 - 09:31 AM
I really dont understand google are we supposed make crap websites like my old one?
Argos you have said something that I have always argued over. HOW DO YOU DEFINE CRAP ? Many people say 'that song is crap' but if someone likes it, then is it crap?
Enough people 'valued' your old site enough to link to it, so again we are down to definitions of crap. In the eyes of Google if that many people vote for it, then 'crap or not' it has a value
'One man's meat is another mans poison' as the saying goes
and with regard your asking the question...
Bilmemek ayip degil, sormamak ayip.
<note, isn't the interweb thingy great for finding things>
Posted 29 February 2004 - 09:40 AM
I've seen sites that are obviously home designed, circa 1995 or 1997, but people love 'em. And people buy from them. Heck, I even buy from them if they have what I want.
The funny thing is, an "expert" would go report on these sites for the owner and tell them to fix it! (I've done it myself!)
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