new PR tool

  • beefcakejcc
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http://www.prsearch.net/

similar to PROG except that it lists the IBLS next to the results.
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  • amitbhawnani
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pretty good !! Worth Bookmarking :-)
  • darksat
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I really like that.
would be better if it used the allinurl command instead of the link command though as googles link command is *plum* now.
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Yes, quite a nice resource - will bookmark!
  • clasione
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It runs slow as heck for me - Could be a little quicker.... :cry:
  • cosmicvapour
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Hi - I'm new here and have a few questions about backlinking.

1. I tried this tool, and it told me the site that I submitted had 49 backlinks. However, it only showed 2 of these on the page, and I couldn't use the navigation between results pages (it seems to have a few bugs in it)

2. Someone referred to a similar site/module by an acronym (PROG) - can someone please post a URL for this, so I can give it a try?

3. When I use the link: http://www.mysite.com command at google, it gives me a much shorter list than I would have expected... are the results here the ONLY sites google considers when assigning PR, or are they just a subset?

Any and all help is appreciated.
  • BinaryMan
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Based on the prsearch.net tool, I believe it is possible to design an application that will go through the backlink tree and calculate the approximate PR of a page using the well known equations posted for the PR algorithm.

I've noticed an interesting point: a logarithmic PR6 page that has one link to another page will cause the linked page to become PR4 or 5 instantly, due to the nature of the 0-10 scale and the (possible) 0.85 "vote" multiplier.

For instance, music.hyperreal.org/epsilon/ (#1 for keywords "ambient music") is a PR6 site, primarily because it is linked from the directory (a PR5 link) and several other PR4-5 links (and ~25 others). For specific keyword combinations, just 1 link from a PR4-5 site may put you in the top 10.

I will try to do some analysis and post the results of my scanning...
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Post 3+ Months Ago

This tool is similar to http://www.seochat.com/seo-tools/pagerank-search/ . And the 2d (from seochat) one I like better

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nice tool !!!
surely i will bookmark;)
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seems useful, thanks.

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