It turns out my keywords are nearly split evenly between my privacy page and my home page (which only talks about my main keyword phrase). If you've seen the length and scope of an adsense oriented privacy page, you can imagine how the content and word count could quickly dominate over the home page content from the same niche site.
Even though I'm doing extremely well in the SERPS for several sites that have similar keyword densities in comparison to their privacy page, I'm wondering if I could perhaps do even better with a more skewed keyword distribution towards my niche keywords. I'm actually surprised I'm not ranking for legal terms with all the verbage I'm seeing in GW, LOL
So I'm curious what your experiences are with this topic...
And that's what got me thinking about this, and led me to this article:
Matt Cutts Interviewed by Eric Enge on September 24, 2007
Which is an interview with Google's Matt Cutts in which he discusses, among other things, how PR is transferred between pages on a site. Thus the title of this thread became: Are you sending wasted PR to your Privacy Page?
So I suppose there are (at least) two primary issues for discussion here...
(1) If you have a one page niche microsite, should you no/follow no/index your privacy page it in order to prevent it from diluting your niche keywords with all its legalese language and disclaimers...
(2) If you don't do (1) above, are you sending wasted PR to your privacy page?