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Why my site is not getting PR from PR5 page?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nikoman, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. nikoman

    nikoman Regular Member

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    I just have this listing on JoeAnt directory. The site is listed in a category that has a PR of 5, and it has been like this for three years. My website has a PR0 and its been like since ever.

    Why do you guys think my website is not getting any pagerank? The website should have at least a Pagerank of two for that single link. Is Google not counting links from this directory?
     
  2. bizroot

    bizroot Supreme Member

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    May be it's passing link juice to lots of sites and so dividing what ever it got... You will need more links for your site and from a variety of source... Apart from that I believe from last few months Google is not updating any PR so don't worry about that...

    Visitors and ranking are primary concern... :)
     
  3. ulijonroth

    ulijonroth Regular Member

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    I do not believe that PR is a "must have" factor for a website.

    I have 2 sites with more than 3k+ unique visits per day and their PR is only 1. But both sites dominate the relevant search results at Google.

    I agree with bizroot
     
  4. Arico Jennifer

    Arico Jennifer BANNED BANNED

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    May be it's nofollow in the robots.txt
     
  5. Blackhat Scott

    Blackhat Scott Regular Member

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    From what I know about Nofollow that would do the exact inverse of what you want and causing no traffic from search engines. I'm assuming you want traffic so I would think the nofollow is definately hurting you.