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Soo im messing around with my PR on my site.. and im pretty sure that i am doing stuff right... check it out

http://haleyh.gknu.com/
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The PR of your site is PR and I suggested that you get inbound links and submit your site to directories
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gottarun451 wrote:
Soo im messing around with my PR on my site.. and im pretty sure that i am doing stuff right... check it out

http://haleyh.gknu.com/

I am agree with zhaira .
You have to follow some given tips to get good SERPs.

i) Registering a domain name
Pick a domain name which either has keywords associated with your product/service or your brand name. It is better to go for short domain names which are easy to remember. If your target market is global, go for a .com domain. If you are targeting a particular country or language, it is better to register a domain name in TLD of that country. For example, go for a .jp or .co.jp domain, if you are targeting Japan. I recommend you to register the domain for at least 2 years; more the better to gain the trust of search engines.

ii) Domain Hosting
Host your site with a reliable hosting company. Stay away from companies which allow hosting of pharmacy, gambling and adult sites, or have a history of serving spam. If you are targeting a particular country/language, it is advised to host your site in that country to boost your rankings in the local search engines for that country/language.

iii) Registering with Search Engines
Since search engines give important to domain aging and can track parameters like the registration date & first crawled date, you better register your site with search engines as early as possible. Even if your site is not fully ready, it is better to make a temporary one-two page site and register with the search engines at the earliest. Getting indexed in MSN may take only 3-4 days, whereas it may take 2-3 months to get indexed in Google and Yahoo. To speed up this process, you should build incoming links from authority websites. More the links a site receives, the less it is ignored by the search engines. It also reduces the Google sandboxing time for new sites. Submitting your sitemap to Google Webmaster Central also ensures that your site would get crawled and indexed regularly.

iv) Build trust with Search Engines
To build trust with the search engines, you should build your incoming links and content at a regular pace. Keep your content unique and relevant to your products/services. Building links from relevant websites will boost your rankings.
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weblaunchphxx wrote:
gottarun451 wrote:
Soo im messing around with my PR on my site.. and im pretty sure that i am doing stuff right... check it out

http://haleyh.gknu.com/

I am agree with zhaira .
You have to follow some given tips to get good SERPs.

i) Registering a domain name
Pick a domain name which either has keywords associated with your product/service or your brand name. It is better to go for short domain names which are easy to remember. If your target market is global, go for a .com domain. If you are targeting a particular country or language, it is better to register a domain name in TLD of that country. For example, go for a .jp or .co.jp domain, if you are targeting Japan. I recommend you to register the domain for at least 2 years; more the better to gain the trust of search engines.

ii) Domain Hosting
Host your site with a reliable hosting company. Stay away from companies which allow hosting of pharmacy, gambling and adult sites, or have a history of serving spam. If you are targeting a particular country/language, it is advised to host your site in that country to boost your rankings in the local search engines for that country/language.

iii) Registering with Search Engines
Since search engines give important to domain aging and can track parameters like the registration date & first crawled date, you better register your site with search engines as early as possible. Even if your site is not fully ready, it is better to make a temporary one-two page site and register with the search engines at the earliest. Getting indexed in MSN may take only 3-4 days, whereas it may take 2-3 months to get indexed in Google and Yahoo. To speed up this process, you should build incoming links from authority websites. More the links a site receives, the less it is ignored by the search engines. It also reduces the Google sandboxing time for new sites. Submitting your sitemap to Google Webmaster Central also ensures that your site would get crawled and indexed regularly.

iv) Build trust with Search Engines
To build trust with the search engines, you should build your incoming links and content at a regular pace. Keep your content unique and relevant to your products/services. Building links from relevant websites will boost your rankings.


Nice! tips.
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Well, do not worry too much for PR. Work on getting backlinks with anchor text containing your targeting keywords pointing to your site, participate in discussion forums, try to get most valuable one way links through article or directory submission etc. In this way you will get enough traffic and traffic and good ranking on search engine is more important than PR so focus on getting higher ranking on search engines to divert traffic to your site and as more traffic your site have better will be chances to get business and success for your site and in this way you will sure get a good PR in coming PR updation..
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coolslko wrote:
Well, do not worry too much for PR. Work on getting backlinks with anchor text containing your targeting keywords pointing to your site, participate in discussion forums, try to get most valuable one way links through article or directory submission etc. In this way you will get enough traffic and traffic and good ranking on search engine is more important than PR so focus on getting higher ranking on search engines to divert traffic to your site and as more traffic your site have better will be chances to get business and success for your site and in this way you will sure get a good PR in coming PR updation..



Right, this tips will surely gain traffic.
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I think you must concentrate on every factor of SEO ...
Do the best of all things such as on page optimization, get quality backlinks , unique content and much more ...
and wait for the results you want.

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Why people to much worry about PR?

I think traffic is more important than PR because only traffic gives you business and not the PR...........
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weblaunchphxx wrote:
gottarun451 wrote:
Soo im messing around with my PR on my site.. and im pretty sure that i am doing stuff right... check it out

http://haleyh.gknu.com/

I am agree with zhaira .
You have to follow some given tips to get good SERPs.

i) Registering a domain name
Pick a domain name which either has keywords associated with your product/service or your brand name. It is better to go for short domain names which are easy to remember. If your target market is global, go for a .com domain. If you are targeting a particular country or language, it is better to register a domain name in TLD of that country. For example, go for a .jp or .co.jp domain, if you are targeting Japan. I recommend you to register the domain for at least 2 years; more the better to gain the trust of search engines.

ii) Domain Hosting
Host your site with a reliable hosting company. Stay away from companies which allow hosting of pharmacy, gambling and adult sites, or have a history of serving spam. If you are targeting a particular country/language, it is advised to host your site in that country to boost your rankings in the local search engines for that country/language.

iii) Registering with Search Engines
Since search engines give important to domain aging and can track parameters like the registration date & first crawled date, you better register your site with search engines as early as possible. Even if your site is not fully ready, it is better to make a temporary one-two page site and register with the search engines at the earliest. Getting indexed in MSN may take only 3-4 days, whereas it may take 2-3 months to get indexed in Google and Yahoo. To speed up this process, you should build incoming links from authority websites. More the links a site receives, the less it is ignored by the search engines. It also reduces the Google sandboxing time for new sites. Submitting your sitemap to Google Webmaster Central also ensures that your site would get crawled and indexed regularly.

iv) Build trust with Search Engines
To build trust with the search engines, you should build your incoming links and content at a regular pace. Keep your content unique and relevant to your products/services. Building links from relevant websites will boost your rankings.


Yeah , nice tips. However , i want to add . If you want index your site really quick , Here 's a quick tip from Ankur . Find some news site , having PR 9 . Put your link there and google will index your site in day or so . Sometime , in 1o minutes . 8)
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Get More and more backlinks for a good Google PR.
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More backlinks from a relevant site.

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