When is google ready to do a pr update

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link8r

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Thank you Richard, agreed.

My points haven't gotten through clearly - apologies. I'll just restate them for the record. My comments are to do with PR not Ranking. I just want to state my point clearly, anyone and everyone is free to disagree with it.

My point is this: a domain in a highly competitive segment takes longer to achieve a high PageRank score and requires more backlinks. Similarly, a domain in very low competitive segment requires less backlinks and gets a higher PageRank sooner. Just going on what I've seen time and time again.

A domain in "Property investments" can have 200 backlinks and still only score a PR of 2/10 after 2 years wherease someone with no compeitition in their category (e.g. under a business name where there are no/few search cometitors) - they can have a PR of 4 or 5 out of ten within 12 months with just 1 or 2 backlinks.

If content didn't make a difference then both domains should have an equal PageRank after an equal amount of time with equal backlinks. The backlinks I create, I have a couple of hundred I turn on, so they are almost always the same, almost always from similar PR pages. My observation is that the domain without a highly competitive phrase doesn't need the same backlink count to get a higher PR.
 

Dsgnr

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People said that Google will update PageRanks at the end of the March but still there isn't any update.
 

gbonnet

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They exported the pagerank on the 1st of April (funny chaps at google ...).
Check your internal pages if your main ones have not moved.
 

dominicfilip

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Google updates its PR every 3-4 months, and the last PR update by Google was in the month of Sept 2009 and this is its will sometiem in the month of March or April.
 
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