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  • craigk
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I am a little new at this. How do I find out the PRs of my sites? From reading I can see that a higher PR is good. What is the range (0-10?)? If I have a lower one, what can I do to improve it? While I am begging, backlinks... What makes a good one? I have a lot of websites that link to each other but they don't seem to show up as backlinks using the link tool??
Craig

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http://www.nationwidetransmissions.com
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http://www.mcdar.net/Q-Check/datatool.asp
http://www.top25web.com/pagerank.php
http://www.searchengineengine.com/


These were there in my bookmarks. Hope it helps.
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craigk wrote:
I am a little new at this. How do I find out the PRs of my sites? From reading I can see that a higher PR is good. What is the range (0-10?)? If I have a lower one, what can I do to improve it? While I am begging, backlinks... What makes a good one? I have a lot of websites that link to each other but they don't seem to show up as backlinks using the link tool??
Craig

http://www.nmyca.com
http://www.nationwidetransmissions.com



Get links from site that has the same theme as yours... try to link to a site that has a high PR... thats it...

Go yahoo then type link:http://www.your domain.com/

Happy Linking !! 8)
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To check the PR on google

Enter Link:<url>
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Boohlick,
You said try to link to a site that has a high PR. Did you mean get a link from a site that has a high PR? Mine are all 3s and4s :cry:
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Quote:
Did you mean get a link from a site that has a high PR?


yeh I think he meant that :)
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the best way to find your pr is to get the google toolbar
  • boohlick
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craigk wrote:
Boohlick,
You said try to link to a site that has a high PR. Did you mean get a link from a site that has a high PR? Mine are all 3s and4s :cry:



:) Yeah you got the idea bro... but the most important is to link to site that has the same theme as yours.. the more the better..

:idea: Submit also to web directories and search engines..

Happy Linking Bro!!
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I think submitting to search engines is not necessary. Just let those search engine robots find your site naturaly by following those with high PR website's links considering your site is listed to one of their web page. Another thing is, craigk mentioned his website's has all RP ranging from 3 to 4 so basically, he is already listed to google index.
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the theory is if you link to a site with Higher PR you wont be giving away your own PR ranking, the current PR you have wont drop by 1 because of your page linking to another site is higher. a lower PR site could pull your PR down by 1.

was that confusing enough? lol

:)
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yes thats right.. :)

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