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PR3 - and i dont have a clue how

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by xxblackxx, Sep 21, 2009.

  1. xxblackxx

    xxblackxx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey guys,

    I am pretty new but learning all the time. About 5 or so months ago i set up a domain about debt in the UK because i thought i would earn loads of money easy (i now know that isnt true now)

    Anyway, i built it on a (cracked) version of xsite-pro. I came back to it about a month ago and it had PR3. I got excited and transferred it to wordpress because i have got more confident with wordpress recently.

    It doesnt get many visits etc, but i cant figure out why it is PR3?

    Can anyone shed some light?

    xxx.freedebt advice-uk.com
    (take out the xxx and the spaces) - sorry but im not sure how else to hide a link

    cheers guys
     
  2. azxten

    azxten Junior Member

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    Maybe Google just liked your writing style and the weight of all the writing linking back to the homepage got you PR3. It's not like PR3 is a measure of great success. It's more a representation that Google acknowledges you as a legitimate web site.
     
  3. SpazzyMcSpazz

    SpazzyMcSpazz Regular Member

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    Maybe google's new thing is as little links as possible :)
    PR isn't much of a deal anymore (it never really was actually) but your situation really is quite interesting.
    At least you're not bitching about why you're still PR0 with thousands of links. I say it's a fluke, don't try to replicate it. The only good thing about this might be that you'd get some good juice if you link it to a related site that has a chance of ranking well. I don't know.
    If it's not getting visitors you're not gonna get saved by some magical numbers that came from nowhere.