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Jake Said,
July 3rd, 2007 @11:46 pm  

I’m doing okay on Google with a PR5. However, I’m not even in Ask and I’m very low in Live Search and Yahoo!. All of my search engine traffic is from Google.

Ted Said,
July 4th, 2007 @7:09 am  

You will get rank and all the work will be worthwhile cause once you have it, it’s very hard to get rid of unless you do something stupid.

July 4th, 2007 @7:52 am  

People say that links from “authority sites” can help get a new site out of the sandbox faster. There is no specific definition of “authority sites” but basically sites that are trusted by Google… This doesn’t really help that much but still the common belief is that the sandbox stay can be limited with the right incoming links.

July 4th, 2007 @8:14 am  

i think you need to clarify things a little:
there’s no connection between sandbox and PR. PR is not directly related to sandbox and SERP

Harry Said,
July 4th, 2007 @10:36 am  

If you have backlinks from higher pr sites google finds your site quicker

July 4th, 2007 @2:33 pm  

so, i guess slow and steady is the way to go with page-ranks. i guess i never realized that a quick ramp up might be red-flag. thanks for the heads up.

Aimee Said,
July 4th, 2007 @4:30 pm  

Thanks, good to know. I will focus more on the bigger sites.

emily Said,
July 6th, 2007 @7:21 pm  

It is also beneficial to get links from sites that are related to your topics and also have high PR. I know it is hard to find them sometimes, but Google places more weight on related sites than just random links.

kevin Said,
July 7th, 2007 @12:05 pm  

That is interesting, so people that go at it aggressively with a new site might be shooting themselves in the foot.

July 9th, 2007 @5:11 pm  

For John Hunter, authority sites pretty much always have high PR

ForumeR Said,
July 21st, 2007 @9:07 am  

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July 27th, 2007 @8:06 am  

Google sandbox can be as long as 18 month. My website traffic mostly also from google. but when the time come, I will focus on email marketing.

Paul Said,
August 16th, 2007 @11:09 am  

I guess just being patient is what works best. In the meantime, you might as well work on your site to make it better.

August 31st, 2007 @8:51 am  

You misunderstood the whole idea: sandbox and PR has nothing to do one with the other. You can increase easily PR and still not rank for your desired keywords.
And sandbox is not taking 18 months if you develop a seo strategy…no way

2deep Said,
September 7th, 2007 @1:20 am  

I recently changed the website,

it takes ages before it sees that the old links are gone. Even when using a sitemap.

It took my website almost 2 months to see that all the old links were gone.

sasha Said,
October 1st, 2007 @3:22 am  

So this is why even though my site is a bit popular with my community and is getting a decent amount of traffic from Yahoo, Alexa and Technorati, I still don’t have a PR. Thanks for this! πŸ™‚

October 2nd, 2007 @9:29 am  

don’t worry about Pr…just try to increase visitors number and quality

March 24th, 2008 @4:30 pm  

Great advice. I have to get more on the ball or I should say more proactive in terms of driving traffic. I rely on google for most of it and we all know how fickle that can be.

September 7th, 2008 @11:02 pm  

As frustrating as these obstacles that Google creates are, they are designed to make their search results more relevant, accurate and trustworthy. If all it took to be popular is adjusting your meta keywords and exchanging links in order to have a high SEO rank, then in stead of getting the most relevant sites in our searches, we would get the sites that play the SEO game the best in our results. For obvious reasons, we all want to avoid that.

david Said,
July 8th, 2009 @11:01 am  

PR, Google way to look the importance of the web page or website. PR basically calculated based on performance of your website as a whole not a single page. Google calculates or re calculates PR every quarter for each website. You need to know the cycle of your PR calculation. You need to avoid black hat SEO strategies to get the PR. Keep getting backlinks as many possible through geniun resources. Google is the search engine you can trust. It works on merit.

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