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    Default Pleasr review my websites

    Would like some personal criticism regarding my websites that I have built.

    http://www.best-online-casinos-and-gambling-bonuses.com
    http://www.online-gambling-and-sport...ing-advice.com

    The second one I,m changing information to get better page ranking.

    best regards,

    Barry

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    Default good job

    http://www.online-gambling-and-sport...ing-advice.com
    It seems like the search engines will love it. A lot of text about each of your content pages along with great titles and descriptions.
    The url is hopless to remember so maybe you should have a bookmark page button easy to find on the home page. Very good with the free games, fun to play and probably converts ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrymo
    The second one I,m changing information to get better page ranking.
    Why bother?

    PR is not the B all and end of everything.

    It's not like gaining a point or two is really oging to alter your SERP's. Having good keywords and having these present & weighted properly in your text body will get you higher & better SERP's, which translates to more hits, which should mean more bucks, if your keywords are aimed at what people are looking for.

    Take a cruise around google and see how many sites have little or no PR and see where they are listed, you'll soon see that not every site hold high PR.

    Really the only thing I find that's good about PR's these days is the ability to sell one way links. Personally I don't place too much value in it myself. But if people want it, supply and demand kicks in, besides the $20 a month per link pays for my hosting and stuff

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    Thuoght I'd post an example.

    I regiestered the domain Xhttp://www.liquidpixel.biz on Wed Apr 19 2006. I didn't even start adding anything to the domain till late April and that was only a what is there now, an elaborate holder page.

    So in affect it's not only taken me less than three (3) month to get out of the sandbox but also to score a PR4 ranking.

    Obviously not the first time I've done this (got out of google sandbox in under 3 months) or achieved a good PR first up.

    This example show's that having high PR links to point to new domains will excelerate their sandbox exit. Of course there are other formulas that I use to exit the sandbox quickly, but, I cant' give away all my secrets.

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