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Will google transfer PR to new inner page if the main domain has high PR?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SeoQuest, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. SeoQuest

    SeoQuest Junior Member

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    Let say a blog main domain has a PR6. When a new blog post is made the new page will not have any PR. After how much time do you think google will trafsfer some PR to this new page or will it transfer PR at all?
     
  2. NISEO

    NISEO Registered Member

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    If the blog post is on the page that is PR6, it gets that PR in the normal process of indexing (5-15 days ?)

    If not on the page itself, it depends on how far it is from the main page with the PR you hope to receive as to how much PR it will receive.

    Nevertheless, PR that you can see (the visible PR bar) is only updated about every 3 months, so you won't see much of it going on.

    Hope that's not too confusing!
     
  3. Seo Lover

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    Nobody knows when google updates exactly .

    Usually Google updates after every 3 months , and hopefully with 7 - 10 days

    google update might occur

    Once google update happen your inner page might get PR
     
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    I put a blog post on a PR5 domain and it received a PR3 at the next PR refresh.
     
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    MarkWW Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    Same happened with me.
     
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    Yep, assuming you don't have tons of outbound links on the domain root page which links to the new page, then you can expect it to be about 4 with a PR6 domain, after page rank is next updated, which will probably be 3 months, give or take a few months.
     
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    No one can really answer that question, mate - not even Matt Cutts!
    Sometimes the PR transfers. Other times, it doesn't. And like you know, there's no way to force Google to do that anyway :) We just keep adding pages and hope that the domain PR gets the inner pages to obtain a PR too.