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    Default Finally got a PR3 now what?

    With google and other SE visiting everyday it's only taken me 3 month to get a PR3. But as much as I'm stoked that I've finally got a PR I'm wanting to climb up the PR ladder.

    As reciprocals aren't valued in the way they were, it's better to achieve one way links, yes/no? If so I've got 20 domains now and was thinking of pointing site A to site B, site B to site C, site C to site A & so on.

    Would this work? Noted not all sites are hosted on the same servers.

    Any other feed back is appreciated, thank you.

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    That is the right way to do it I think. Not only should your IP be different to get full benefit but the C range should be different too.

    20 sites is a great start but you will need to really rack them up. Do not write off reciprocal links just yet.
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    Thank bigbcasinos

    Also thanks for the heads up on the recip links too. It's hard to follow every thing you hear these days, I was lead to believe that recips are basically worthless with google's new alogorithm. Could this and many other doubts be spread by the powers over at google to deter recip links? Maybe.

    On another tangent, what are your views regarding registering of domains for a min of two years?

    I've registered all mine for 2 years becuase I'm under the impression that google's sandbox takes domain registration length into consideration which trasposes that over to the time it sandboxes the new domain.

    All new domains I register I'm thinking of paying for 5 years up front.

    Anyway feed back on this would as always be appreciated, thank you.

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    Hold onto your hat, all the PR updates have reverted to what they where. No idea why though
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    Chill,

    Just checked and first off site had nothing (PR not available message) refreshed and still have a PR3. As I now have a PR does this mean that the google dance has taken place already?

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    2 bigbcasinos
    How do you manage to keep all your 20 sites with good updated content.
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    As per my idea Google Dance is stable and its good that you have got PR3 as most of the sites has no PR change
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    With 'SEO gurus' spouting a variety of changing ideas of what works and what doesn't it is worth pointing out that basically there are two things you need to concern yourself with:
    1. On page optimization
    2. Off page optimization

    Algorithm's change and there is different weight associating with varying factors so it a near impossible task to outsmart the SE's so stick with what you do know and that is that what is on your page and what is pointing to your page matters.

    The other thing you can do little about is the age of your page.

    People have been telling me for 12 months that links do not matter now on Google yet I have just finished a focussed SEO campaign utilizing good linking strategies and got on the first page of Google for the keyword phrase 'free slots', this is just one of many sites that I have built up to good positions for good keywords utilizing this approach, the proof is in the pudding.....................so now I don't listen to the gurus so much!!

    Good luck!
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