pagerank predictor -- rustybrick or iwebtool ?

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i've suddenly had a rush to find out more about these tools

http://www.google.com/search?q=pagerank+predictor

(1) RustyBrick or (2) Iwebtool

Choose 1 or 2 and explain your reason, maybe from past experiences.

Thanks
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It's impossible for anybody to predict your pagerank.

In my experience, pagerank predictors (both 1 and 2 and all the rest of 'em) are useless :)

PageRank doesn't mean a thing these days, as the PageRank you actually see is based on data that's 6-12 months old.
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These predictors are way off, i went from PR1 to PR4 the predictor said i would be 1.4.
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boydie wrote:
These predictors are way off, i went from PR1 to PR4 the predictor said i would be 1.4.

this makes me happy!
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Use the one at FuturePR.net - it's based on multiple Google datacenters, unlike the rest.
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another one is http://www.seochat.com/seo-tools/future-pagerank/

I tried quite a few predictors before as well.
Not very accurate at all :-)

rustybrick's is way off. Lol.

so good luck!
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iwebtool seemed accurate.

it was off on two of my pages by 1PR, also it predicted OZZu to be PR 6 which didnt happen.

But, Iwebtool got it right with most of my pages ;)
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Axe wrote:
It's impossible for anybody to predict your pagerank.


I would have agreed with you 3 months ago. Now googles toolbar XML return does indeed give you a way to calculate your next updates PageRank. The iweb tool is almost always accurate.
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tolkein wrote:
Use the one at FuturePR.net - it's based on multiple Google datacenters, unlike the rest.


only 1 DC matters in the calculation that these tools are basing off. And that is the current toolbar queries DC.
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Axe wrote:

PageRank doesn't mean a thing these days, as the PageRank you actually see is based on data that's 6-12 months old.


For the last time, PageRank is NOT meaningless. It is how important Google thinks your website is and it helps with your ranking.
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ablaye wrote:
Axe wrote:

PageRank doesn't mean a thing these days, as the PageRank you actually see is based on data that's 6-12 months old.


For the last time, PageRank is NOT meaningless. It is how important Google thinks your website is and it helps with your ranking.

It's nothing to do with google thinking anything, it's based on the pagerank of sites linking to you. So if you want to get a 1-10 number signifying the PR of the links pointing to your site 6 months ago, Knock yourself out. Anyone who knows anything about SEO ignores this meaningless outdated metric and can see how useless it really is.

Do any google search and youl see how little google uses pr in the serps. PR0 sites appear above PR5 sites all the time, So so much for google thinking a PR5 is more "important".
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PR is one of the factor among others. I did not say that it was the only factor in SERP, but it does matter.
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It's one of the least important out of 200+ factors.
Why? Simple... Because it's easily manipulated.

And that's real PR, google doesn't use toolbar PR at all, they have an internal PR that is updated continuously and is far more advanced than the simple 1-10 number we get to see.
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Most tools I have used are not that accurate. The future rank one at SEO chat was the closest one.

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