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    appreciated guys i will read these n get back to you!

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    On the question of Pageranks, when does Google actually update the PR on websites?

    One of our clients has been working hard on improving their website PR, but it has been sitting at PR=1 for 6 months or more.

    So how often do Google update PageRank's?
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    They update their PageRank every day. They update the PageRank you can see in the toolbar roughly every three months.

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    And those links your client has been working on for the past six months may not be counting for anything just yet.

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    Only a week or three after we first released our website in Belgium and The Netherlands it ranked 4/10 without me ever doing anything for it. I didn't do anything to increase the rank or the listing in Google and yet the searchengine always seems to be up to date with new content and sends over a lot of 'Googlers' every day.
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    Back to the subject of lots of low PR links (less than PR4). Is it worthwhile to submit to a ton of PR3 directories and below or stop at PR4? If volume of backlinks matters, I'll keep going. Or is it the quality of links coming in that counts? Thanks any and all for help!

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    Every link counts and helps. Ignoring low PR links is big mistake made by too many webmasters who then wonder why they don't rank well in Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stymiee
    Every link counts and helps. Ignoring low PR links is big mistake made by too many webmasters who then wonder why they don't rank well in Google.
    Absolutly! Give me links lots, of links from big sites and small.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLB
    Also buying PR is kind of like getting addicted to crack, once you start buying links for PR you can't stop paying for those links as your PR will drop once you stop.
    Brilliant Comparrison!

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    Thanks. You guys are the best!

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    Hi!

    I am new to buying links. (I've just bought a few)

    I wonder if I will gain more (PR value) if my site has less pages? Any experience on this?

    Also, I've seen a site offers footer link on each page of his site which he is talking about over 10,000 pages. Will it look too fishy to G? I am still considering this option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWW
    Hi!

    I am new to buying links. (I've just bought a few)

    I wonder if I will gain more (PR value) if my site has less pages? Any experience on this?
    Lots of pages on a site won't have a negative impact on PR. When I added almost 20,000 webpages to one of my sites last year my site did not suffer any from PR. In fact, many of the new pages did very good for their respective search terms (it was a chemical database I added).

    Quote Originally Posted by TWW
    Also, I've seen a site offers footer link on each page of his site which he is talking about over 10,000 pages. Will it look too fishy to G? I am still considering this option.
    I offer the same and I do advertise some of my own sites on the large site. While it did take several months to have full impact, all of my sites that I linked to from all pages on my main site did significantly improve in search results for their key phrases. I'm sure that Google doesn't weigh 20,000 links from the same site the same as they would 20,000 links from 20,000 different sites, however, it does still help improve a site's ranking in search results.
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