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Started by ledbetter, June 03, 2006, 12:53:22 AM
QuoteGoogle listings are based in part on our ability to find you from links on other sites. To preserve your rank, you'll want to tell others who link to you of your change of address.
Quote from: Osprey on June 04, 2006, 11:35:40 AMledbetter, as it's using true redirects i don't think the links will still count (Not sure if google have something clever going on but as their reply says they will need changing?)Also, with over 9000 links back your blog is only PR3?! I've got a site which when searching for the domain (www.vizaco.co.uk) returns no results and yet it is PR 4. Another search for another site using "Link: domain.com" returns 11 results and it's PR4 also.It's about time for another PR update soon anyway?-- Andy
QuoteFor a limited time, all old URLs will be redirected to the primary domain on your account. (If you do not have a domain associated to your account, this will be your FreePgs subdomain entry)(2006-06-03 19:20:54 by admin)
QuoteWe will most likely not remove the redirects.
Quote from: Osprey on June 04, 2006, 06:03:53 PMMy point ledbetter was not that your page has a low page rank, but that PR3 is relatively easy to achieve.I personally would have expected over 9k links to lead to a higher PR. Are you using duplicate content or have lots of outgoing links?