What happen to my PR3?

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It has been a shock to see the PR3 of this site gone. I wonder how did it happen? What is the criteria this time for getting my blog out of the PR3 rank? Is it because there's nobody coming here? Or is it because the links to this site is gone? I think it's probably because other sites that used to link to me are now not linking to me any more.

I need to get myself re-linked back from those site and maybe get more people linking to me site. I need more PR3 and above site linking to me in order to get my PR back. It's going to be back to square one when this blog just started and slowly building up all the links before i can get my PR back.

I wonder if any one else is suffering from a lost PR?

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Christine - June 20, 2008 at 8:46 AM

It's because you do PayPerPost ... Unfortunetly, Google has been smacking PR's down to zilch for that on a LOT of blogs (my own blog was a PR4 for a few YEARS). Concentrate on getting more viewers/readers and more links in. PR is just pretty impossible to get back unless you cut out all paid links/blogging. And you only "need" the PR for the higher paying ops/links. Good luck!

James - June 20, 2008 at 4:20 PM

Don't worry my friend. I got the same thing as well. My PR used to be PR3 but just few months ago became PR2. I don't know why, but i didn't have any perperpost before. Anyway, for me doesn't really matter as long as many people visits and comment on my blog i would be happy..:)

Phos Tan - June 20, 2008 at 5:07 PM

Thank you so much my dear friends for the encouragement .. :) thx for visiting ... :P

webomatik - June 20, 2008 at 6:45 PM

it happens all the time, PR comes and goes cause it depends on many factors. I don't care much about, I just concentrate on writing good content.


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