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Thread: How to Keep Google PR?

  1. #11
    keep up the good work keep adding original content to get backlinks and keep the visits coming

  2. You can't maintain your PR value without continuing to build backlinks for your site. This is because you can not control the PR value of where you get your backlinks from, so, just continue to build your backlinks from time to time, maybe get a bunch of high PR backlink once a week to increase your PR value.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by MervikHaums View Post
    any tips to maintain the google PR that we've got on an update? What will happen if we do nothing to promote the site? Will the PR go down next time?
    As more links are added to the web, the value of each existing link drops. What this means is that it gets harder to earn the same PageRank with each passing PR update.

    If your site does not continue to gain links, whether by having quality content or by your promotional efforts, if will eventually drop in PageRank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    As more links are added to the web, the value of each existing link drops. What this means is that it gets harder to earn the same PageRank with each passing PR update.

    If your site does not continue to gain links, whether by having quality content or by your promotional efforts, if will eventually drop in PageRank.
    Oh.. that's really a bad news... I don't know how to compete the others.. All are working on their sites. And hence per day for the least wanted keyword competition grows.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by MervikHaums View Post
    Oh.. that's really a bad news... I don't know how to compete the others.. All are working on their sites. And hence per day for the least wanted keyword competition grows.
    if so why dont you continue building links. there are lots of services whre you can pay about a dollat just to give you you good backlinks to gain pr


  6. #16
    You have to continue creating quality of inbound links so that your PR remains the same or increase. There are tendencies that your PR drops because some of the links you've created are deleted, banned or devalued.

  7. #17
    Try to make quality backlinks It will help to keep your PR better.

  8. #18
    You should have need to gain regular new links to keep your pr. otherwise your pr will be drop.
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    Make sure that you don't use duplicate content. Duplicate content will slow the crawl rate meaning less pages will be crawled and flow pr through the internal links.

  10. #20
    As far as im aware PR has very little effect on serps anymore, if it ever did.

    Its good for knowing if a site is of authority, but iirc google has its own internal algorithm thats different and much more uptodate. PR is useful, if you want backlinks or want to sell them, but even so it seems edu and gov sites are the all the rage now.

    Even heard some people mention on another forum that in the future google might be abondoning their PR anyways lol

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