- Why suddenly my site ranking is gone? [2 Updates]
- The Group Hit #1 [1 Update]
- My Website Have 100 Xero PR Backlinks [3 Updates]
- Reg Charie <email@example.com> Aug 18 10:52AM -0700
Google changes their algos all the time and your site might have fallen to
Look at the use of the keyword "gutters" on your index page. There are 30
repetitions of it in around 600 words.
Ask yourself if your readers need to see it repeated as often as it is.
Look at your inbound link profile.
You have a lot of links from non-relative pages like
And look at your meta tags. Your keywords tag has over 25% repetitions of
the keyword "gutter".
Google thinks that more than 3 repetitions is spam.
Also, FYI, the meta tags are "information about information" and should
ONLY repeat what is ACTUALLY on the page.
The exit popup is probably a problem also.
Contact me in Skype, (vre-crash) if you would like to discuss your SEO
options to regain your top positions.
- luna chakraborty <firstname.lastname@example.org> Aug 19 11:40PM +0530
Thanks for this beautiful information and i will try to implement them as
soon as i can and i will work with only one keyword at a time.
in my case can you please suggest me what should i do apart from this.
- michael wilson <email@example.com> Aug 19 10:01AM -0700
Now how did we get #1....... Good participation ;)
- Reg Charie <firstname.lastname@example.org> Aug 18 03:26PM -0700
The PR of a webpage is no longer the focus in a link's assigned PR.
Google changed PR to be based on relevance.
If your links on any PR page, even 0, is relevant it will help your PR.
On a brand new site I got a PR4 in just over 4 months.
When I got it i had:
115 links in total.
113 on PR0 pages,
1 PR5 & 1 PR3 links.
All links were on pages relevant to the landing page.
On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 11:03 AM, Google expert Michael Wilson <
- Colin King <email@example.com> Aug 19 07:44AM -0700
Hi Inderjeet, Michael and Reg
I have to say that I agree with Michael that loads of PR zero
backlinks could do a lot more harm than good but, as Reg says, a lot
could depend on relevance. In my world of online education I find that very
few (20% or less) of sites that are relevant have PR zero - after all a
site owner has to do very little to get to the level of PR1. Reg, it would
be fascinating to know how you managed to acquire so many links from PR
zero sites and then just one excellent site that is PR5 with virtually
nothing between. We also need to consider the fact that Google tell us they
expect to see a "natural link profile" and 115 links with 113 having PR
zero certainly could not be considered "natural". I would think that site
is headed for a Google penalty fairly soon!
Inderjeet, if along with your 100 zero PR links you also have a few hundred
PR1's and better then I would not worry. On the other hand, if the
majority of your inbound links are PR zero then I would be very worried
about incurring the wrath of Google!
Hope that helps,
- Google expert Michael Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Aug 19 12:39PM -0400
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