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PR UPDATE IN EVERY GOOGLE DATA MIDDLE
From last couple of days I noticed different pr in different Google datacenter and today in the morning when I reached towards the office and according to plan I was checking my web sites I noticed PR update o-n all my new domains.
I visited several site to-day and found this PR upgrading isn't too good for past well positioned websites. Http://Www.Facebook.Com/Orange.County.Seo.Company includes more concerning the inner workings of this view. I tested important seo websites and other well placed websites and I noticed most of all websites PR took place.
Recently Google had changed algorithm and very strict about linking. In Google webmaster software they launched paid links type where you could come up with any site that attempting to sell or buying a link. Mostly settled linking is employed to treatment of internet search engine. I visited iwebtool.com; they are also selling links and discovered that their pr decreases from 7 to 4. Clicking http://www.facebook.com/orange.county.seo.company maybe provides lessons you should tell your uncle. That shows Google is quite strict about linking and in future Google may punish site that associated with linking.
Google's Pr Upgrade Goes After Settled Links?
Seems like there's a Full Page Rank update taking place now that seems to be affecting websites that sell links. Can't say that we were not informed about this. Danny Sullivan wrote Official: Selling Paid Links Can Hurt Your PageRank Or Rankings On Google over a couple of weeks ago, and now it seems several sites are getting hit with a drop in Page Ranking.
Listed here is a listing of some web sites, including major publishers, who appear to have taken a hit overnight:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/ PR7 to PR5
http://www.forbes.com/ PR7 to PR5
http://www.suntimes.com/ PR7 to PR5
http://www.sfgate.com/ PR7 to PR5
http://www.statcounter.com/ PR10 to PR6
http://www.masternewmedia.org/ PR7 to PR4
http://www.autoblog.com/ PR6 to PR4
http://www.engadget.com/ PR7 to PR5
http://www.problogger.net/ PR6 to PR4
http://www.copyblogger.com/ PR6 to PR4