PageRank, etc.

So the last time I paid much attention to search engine position etc. Google
wan’t even around yet. Can anyone recommend a good primer on the new science
of PageRank and Google position?

What’s a good PR number?

Re: PageRank, etc.

On Thursday 30 October 2003 02:08 pm, Winston wrote:

> So the last time I paid much attention to search engine position etc.
> Google wan’t even around yet. Can anyone recommend a good primer on the
> new science of PageRank and Google position?

The best there is
http://www.webmasterworld.com

John R. Marshall, KC9ETP

The Hotrodding Network is Back!

Re: PageRank, etc.

Here’s google’s explaination: http://www.google.com/technology/

Here’s a post at WW:
http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/13922.htm

10 is good yahoo, google
0 is bad spammy sites

For regular joes like us, a PR of 7 is very good. A PR of 8 is GREAT!

If your site is a PR 5, you’ll do just fine as far as search engine results
(assuming the basic search engine friendliness tips have been followed).


Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net

“I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray

“Winston” <nanae2003@winston.org> wrote in message
news:bnqits$v8o$1@www.darklock.com
> So the last time I paid much attention to search engine position etc.
Google
> wan’t even around yet. Can anyone recommend a good primer on the new
science
> of PageRank and Google position?
>
> What’s a good PR number?
>
>

Re: PageRank, etc.

> So the last time I paid much attention to search engine position etc.
Google
> wan’t even around yet. Can anyone recommend a good primer on the new
science
> of PageRank and Google position?
>
> What’s a good PR number?

Multiply the page rank with

40 for km/h
25 for mph

and imagine it’s the top speed of Your car
and You could drive this speed on the highway

That gives a good overview about the PR


Roland Mösl - http://www.pege.org - http://notebook.pege.org
http://wds-internetwerbung.com Web Design startet an der Suchmaschine

Re: PageRank, etc.

Zoom, zoom…

Roland Mösl wrote:

>>So the last time I paid much attention to search engine position etc.
>
> Google
>
>>wan’t even around yet. Can anyone recommend a good primer on the new
>
> science
>
>>of PageRank and Google position?
>>
>>What’s a good PR number?
>
>
> Multiply the page rank with
>
> 40 for km/h
> 25 for mph
>
> and imagine it’s the top speed of Your car
> and You could drive this speed on the highway
>
> That gives a good overview about the PR
>
>

Re: PageRank, etc.

Roland M=F6sl wrote:
>=20
> Multiply the page rank with
>=20
> 40 for km/h
> 25 for mph

So:

PR 1 =3D 25 mph
PR 2 =3D 50 mph
PR 3 =3D 75 mph
PR 4 =3D 100 mph
PR 5 =3D 125 mph
PR 6 =3D 150 mph
PR 7 =3D 175 mph
PR 8 =3D 200 mph
PR 9 =3D 225 mph
PR 10 =3D250 mph

???

So basically what you’re saying is that anything higher than PR 3 is=20
worthless? :wink:

-Mike K.

Re: PageRank, etc.

Mosl,
If I followed your advice, and drove 150mph , I would be in prison already.

“Roland Mösl” <founder@pege.org> wrote in message
news:bnqo80$5p0$1@www.darklock.com
> > So the last time I paid much attention to search engine position etc.
> Google
> > wan’t even around yet. Can anyone recommend a good primer on the new
> science
> > of PageRank and Google position?
> >
> > What’s a good PR number?
>
> Multiply the page rank with
>
> 40 for km/h
> 25 for mph
>
> and imagine it’s the top speed of Your car
> and You could drive this speed on the highway
>
> That gives a good overview about the PR
>
>
> –
> Roland Mösl - http://www.pege.org - http://notebook.pege.org
> http://wds-internetwerbung.com Web Design startet an der Suchmaschine
>

Re: PageRank, etc.

> Multiply the page rank with
>
> 40 for km/h
> 25 for mph

So:

PR 1 = 25 mph
PR 2 = 50 mph
PR 3 = 75 mph
PR 4 = 100 mph
PR 5 = 125 mph
PR 6 = 150 mph
PR 7 = 175 mph
PR 8 = 200 mph
PR 9 = 225 mph
PR 10 =250 mph

???

So basically what you’re saying is that anything higher than PR 3 is
worthless? :wink:

Forget about the US people and their ridiclouse speed limits.

Driving with only 120 mph, a red Ferrari was so much faster,
that I looked in disbelive on my tachometer, because I thought
I am parking on the right side.

VW actual plans a 1000 hp super sport car with 250 mph


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: PageRank, etc.

> If I followed your advice, and drove 150mph , I would be in prison
already.

It’s legal on German highways

Sometimes are there cars much faster than 150 mph


Roland Mösl - http://www.pege.org - http://notebook.pege.org
http://wds-internetwerbung.com Web Design startet an der Suchmaschine

Re: PageRank, etc.

yeah, but don’t EVER go too slow in the left lane

“Roland Mösl” <founder@pege.org> wrote in message
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> > If I followed your advice, and drove 150mph , I would be in prison
> already.
>
> It’s legal on German highways
>
> Sometimes are there cars much faster than 150 mph
>
>
> –
> Roland Mösl - http://www.pege.org - http://notebook.pege.org
> http://wds-internetwerbung.com Web Design startet an der Suchmaschine
>

Re: PageRank, etc.

> yeah, but don’t EVER go too slow in the left lane

Where 3 lanes and not to much trafic are,
100…120 mph is common on the left lane

I will buy next year a faster car.

My current car is very nice for vacation with
the whole family, but very slow for a german
highway.


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine