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PR Update

cyclone asked 1 year ago
Just noticed the pr looked different on my site and upon hovering over the toolbar i have a pr6, i know pr means nothing much but ive been a pr5 for years.
19 Answers
TOG answered 1 year ago
I have noticed PR update in https sites, logins to some PHP systems we have and stuff like that. Anyone noticed that ?

john867 answered 1 year ago
My main sites went down from PR5 to PR4 and PR3 and another top site of mine went from PR5 to PR6.

This is the first time I have ever had a site at PR6.

allseeing answered 1 year ago
I think the PR update stalled. I think have the datacentres have the new PR, and half have the old PR.

aksana answered 1 year ago
Is it still PR updating or it is stopped? I have PR4 on Google toolbar in InternetExplorer but PR2 in Firefox browser. I had PR2 earlier.

jagan answered 1 year ago
There is PR update and got PR6 from PR5 of some sites

answered 1 year ago
JOE_DEEDS wrote:
The website I am actively developing went from PR 3 to PR 2.

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Another domain I own, but never developed – that has had two banners and a “coming soon” paragraph on it for 6 months -went from PR 1 to PR 3!!!

Way to go Gooooooogle!!!!

PR is largely an indication of the logical/illogical flow of your site navigation system along with incoming links. Little more than that, but it is still useful. A small site with 1 page is as likely to get a PR 3 as a site with 1,000 pages. If your PR is sliding, then it’s time to analyse how your internal page links work. Similarly a site with 1,000 incoming links and illogical/poor in-site navigation may only get a PR3 also.

Low PR may mean bad linking, orphan pages, lots of pages in a site but only one link to them internally, heavy weighting of incoming links to one particular page etc etc etc. And PR filters in and out also don’t forget. Just use it as a general feel as to how Google thinks your navigation works for users and change accordingly.

kwblue answered 1 year ago
I’m finding some strange results as well. For a site that I have done significant linking and work to – no PR change at all (across any data centers) as of yet.

For a couple of other sites that I have done NO work to in a long ass time – went to PR5.

For yet another site that I have done A LOT of work to – PR2 to PR0 as the update shows right now <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

I think it is too much ‘in progress’ to tell much of anything at this point.

JOE_DEEDS answered 1 year ago
The website I am actively developing went from PR 3 to PR 2.

andddddddddddddddddddddddd

Another domain I own, but never developed – that has had two banners and a “coming soon” paragraph on it for 6 months -went from PR 1 to PR 3!!!

Way to go Gooooooogle!!!!

aksana answered 1 year ago
Yes, I also today noticed my new PR=4. I had PR2. It’s agood idea!

M.D answered 1 year ago
darko123 wrote:
….But i think i know why it didnt go as planned for me – it seems this update has a Very large lag from the pr snapshot taken to the new pr we see today.

i belive this pr update is a snapshot of at least 7 weeks ago.

I have many new sites over the last 2-3 months and only sites thats more then 7 weeks old now have pr – this also goes for any new pages that are more then around 7-8 weeks old…..

I can confirm that as well, newer sites are not included like in previous updates. Basing on this fact i can say that i believe that link trades which are not older than 2 months or so were not included in this update’s pr calculation.

Would an assumption that links will be counted only after 4-6 months from now on be far from te truth? Would it be a new way of fighting pr links selling?