redirect: Google Page Rank

A few days ago, Google has posted new PR (Page Rank) at the end of a new cycle of indexing, checking websites and etc procedures.

What is PR (Google Page Rank)? - The note (from 1 to 10) Google on a web page, according to its relevance in terms of search engines. More details .

How to get PR (Google Page Rank)? - Until this morning I thought I knew more or less what it is. Now I'm not sure. My mind, PR was obtained according to the number links had to your site (Back links) and of course the sites that your links were to have a bigger PR. Content's uniqueness is also very important. A discussion about this, I found the forum at , . Better. From all comments on Blogoree , One caught my attention.


To have a good PR you need links to high PR blog and good. No matter necessarily just the number .. relationship between the RA and those with lower PR, be in favor of those with high PR.

Or am I missing something on that or what I thought about Page Rank so far it's just the opposite. Ok ...! I think he's right and I have a pretty good proof (in my opinion), let's say the above statement.

After a month or so (on 20 March 2007), I bought the . Irrelevant to what I bought. Since the first day the was redirected to the blog - I redirected index. Html 400. Shtml (Bad request), 401. Shtml (Authorization required), 403. Shtml (Forbidden), 404. Shtml (Wrong page) and 500. Shtml (Internal Server Error) To Using source:

<title> Laurentiu Piron / Blog </ title> <script>
browser_type = navigator.appName var
browser_version var = parseInt (navigator.appVersion)

/ / If NS 6
if (browser_type == "Netscape" && browser_version> = 5)
window.location.replace ("”)
/ / If IE 4 +
else if (browser_type == ”Microsoft Internet Explorer"&& browser_version> = 4)
window.location.replace ("”)
/ / If NS4 +
else if (browser_type == "Netscape" && browser_version> = 4)
window.location.replace ("”)
//Default goto page (NOT NS 4+ and NOT IE 4+)
window.location = '”

Okay. It seems that way A site nonexistent in Google , Reached PR3 , equal to the address to which it was redirected . Tested in Google Toolbar . I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of back links to the domain. Few sites that there was a link to, did not even PR1 until a few days ago. What says Google Search about it? Says as follows:

Site: URL (Indexed pages in your site)

Site: www.laurentiupiron.comYour search - Site: - Did not match any documents. (Ie pages indexed in the search engine = 0. Lousy deal for PR3 . My opinion. .)

Site: - Results 110 of about 1,360 from (Enough for PR3 )

The really do not understand here begins:

link: URL (Pages that link to your site's front page)

link: - Results 1 – 10 of about 141 Linking to

link: - Results 110 of about 141 Linking to

Between the two addresses there is no connection other than what I described above. A simple redirect. I do not think that by writing this post there is a link to I'm not even hosted on the same server. For me it's a bit odd way of calculating the Google Page Rank (PR).

If that's the case ... even I ask myself: What PR will get the blog if I redirect it to one month (PR10)?

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redirect: Google Page Rank

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