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can anybody tell me list of website whose page is 10.
i only know google.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Goodwin
    Originally Posted by makhussy View Post

    can anybody tell me list of website whose page is 10.
    i only know google.com
    cnn.com also
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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Root
    You can start here: Alexa Top 500 Global Sites

    If you can find a site with PR10 and it's not on that list... I would consider checking PR twice for that site
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  • Profile picture of the author jazbo
    Er, I have to bits the bait and ask:

    "why do you want to know what sites out there are PR10?"
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    • Profile picture of the author CliveG
      Originally Posted by jazbo View Post

      Er, I have to bits the bait and ask:

      "why do you want to know what sites out there are PR10?"
      To get links from them.
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      • Profile picture of the author jazbo
        Yeah I gathered that will be the answer, but I could not quite believe anyone would think PR10 sites will easily allow you to get links from them

        Better to start lower down the food chain :p

        Originally Posted by CliveG View Post

        To get links from them.
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        • Profile picture of the author paulgl
          Originally Posted by jazbo View Post

          Yeah I gathered that will be the answer, but I could not quite believe anyone would think PR10 sites will easily allow you to get links from them

          Better to start lower down the food chain :p
          Yeah.

          I'm looking for a list of places with rainbows.
          Why? So I can find the pot of gold at the end.

          Think that's silly?

          I'm looking for a list of PR10 sites.
          Why? So I can add my link to them.

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    • Profile picture of the author makhussy
      i want to know google pr10 site bcs i want to increase my skills
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    • Profile picture of the author makhussy
      No one can get link from page rank 10
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  • Profile picture of the author edgray
    unless you get a link on the index page of a PR10, it's no better than a link on a PR0 site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by edgray View Post

      unless you get a link on the index page of a PR10, it's no better than a link on a PR0 site.
      Not true. PR flows throw an entire domain unless it is sculpted (of course it degrades as it does). I'll take my chances any day that a good bit of fractional PR juice would be on CNN even several hops away from a high Pr page.

      But He is not going to get a link on the actual PR 10 page. I'd take any dofollow link on CNN thank you. If you think that a nice link form CNN over a noname pagerank zero page wouldn't help you in Serps you need to think again.
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      • Profile picture of the author edgray
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        Not true. PR flows throw an entire domain unless it is sculpted (of course it degrades as it does). I'll take my chances any day that a good bit of fractional PR juice would be on CNN even several hops away from a high Pr page.
        Ok so Imagine you have a PR 10 with 10 links off that page to inner pages. Each of those linked pages will gain 0.5 PR each. Then there will be 10 coming off each of those pages and before you know it, you're talking 0.001 PR per page.

        The reason sites like wikipedia, for example, have lots of pages with high PR has nothing to do with the PR of the index page, each of those pages gets their PR from external links.

        But He is not going to get a link on the actual PR 10 page. I'd take any dofollow link on CNN thank you.
        Firstly, no such thing as "dofollow".

        What you'll benefit from is CNN's domain authority, but unlikely you'll get any PR passed over, or if you did it would be tiny.

        At the end of the day links are links. Take any, just don't expect great things from so-called PR10 sites.

        If you think that a nice link form CNN over a noname pagerank zero page wouldn't help you in Serps you need to think again.
        So many other factors involved. But yes, a link from CNN would beat a link on a page with 0 PR. But I just don't think because CNN has an index page of PR10 or whatever is really going to benefit you. Will the link look natural? will it be nestled in relevant content? will it have your keywords in the anchor text? will the link be on a page with few other outbound links? If you can't answer yes to all of those then it's just an average link.
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        • Profile picture of the author dburk
          Originally Posted by edgray View Post

          Ok so Imagine you have a PR 10 with 10 links off that page to inner pages. Each of those linked pages will gain 0.5 PR each. Then there will be 10 coming off each of those pages and before you know it, you're talking 0.001 PR per page.

          The reason sites like wikipedia, for example, have lots of pages with high PR has nothing to do with the PR of the index page, each of those pages gets their PR from external links.



          Firstly, no such thing as "dofollow".

          What you'll benefit from is CNN's domain authority, but unlikely you'll get any PR passed over, or if you did it would be tiny.

          At the end of the day links are links. Take any, just don't expect great things from so-called PR10 sites.



          So many other factors involved. But yes, a link from CNN would beat a link on a page with 0 PR. But I just don't think because CNN has an index page of PR10 or whatever is really going to benefit you. Will the link look natural? will it be nestled in relevant content? will it have your keywords in the anchor text? will the link be on a page with few other outbound links? If you can't answer yes to all of those then it's just an average link.
          Hi Ed,

          While I agree in principle with your point, your math is bit off. Google's PR score is a logarithmic scale. Therefore when you divide the link juice it doesn't drop at the rate your post suggests. A PR 10 divided by 10 is probably closer to a PR 9 within their logarithmic scale. Then there is the decay factor That will reduce it further, but it's likely way more than 0.5 PR.

          Since Google doesn't tell us the decay rate we can only make a rough guess, but it 's enough to make relative comparisons. For example, it typically takes only three PR 5 backlinks, from pages with an average of 10 outbound links, to boost your page to a PR 4. This is due to the relative difference between PR 4 vs. PR 5, which is huge.

          So how many PR 4 backlinks would we need to boost our page's PR to a 5.? it could be more than a hundred due to the logarithmic scale used by Google's algorithm.
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          • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
            Originally Posted by dburk View Post

            Hi Ed,

            While I agree in principle with your point, your math is bit off. Google's PR score is a logarithmic scale. Therefore when you divide the link juice it doesn't drop at the rate your post suggests. A PR 10 divided by 10 is probably closer to a PR 9 within their logarithmic scale. Then there is the decay factor That will reduce it further, but it's likely way more than 0.5 PR.

            Good point Don. In my post above I have also indicated another reason why in the real world his analysis is WAY off. I don't know of a high PR site (again a site containing a PR10 page) that doesn't get external links to interior pages. In short there are several sources of PR juice on a site with a HIGH PR page.
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          • Profile picture of the author edgray
            Originally Posted by dburk View Post

            While I agree in principle with your point, your math is bit off. Google's PR score is a logarithmic scale. Therefore when you divide the link juice it doesn't drop at the rate your post suggests. A PR 10 divided by 10 is probably closer to a PR 9 within their logarithmic scale. Then there is the decay factor That will reduce it further, but it's likely way more than 0.5 PR.

            Since Google doesn't tell us the decay rate we can only make a rough guess, but it 's enough to make relative comparisons. For example, it typically takes only three PR 5 backlinks, from pages with an average of 10 outbound links, to boost your page to a PR 4. This is due to the relative difference between PR 4 vs. PR 5, which is huge.
            Hi dburk,

            Thanks for a more "grown up" response to my post. Yes, my math wasn't precise, it was just an example I'd heard Matt Cutts give when he was talking about PR sculpting and so forth. You're exactly right about PR being calculated in a logarithmic way.

            That's kind of my point about the wikipedia pages. To gain a PR of 10, for example, you would need to have a good few links from a P10 page, dozens from a PR 9, scores from a PR8 etc etc. The PR decay guarantees that the PR10 index page, along with the number of links coming off each page and each subsequent page, will not create any further PR10 pages within the site without the aid of external links.

            So how many PR 4 backlinks would we need to boost our page's PR to a 5.? it could be more than a hundred due to the logarithmic scale used by Google's algorithm.
            Thats very true, and the problem is that taking the page to PR5 would require, for example, 100 links from PR4 page, hundreds more so if there are a lot of other outbound links on those pages. Remember, link juice gets divided between the outbound links.

            For those good at maths, the google PR algorithm:
            PR(A) = (1-d) + d(PR(t1)/C(t1) + ... + PR(tn)/C(tn))

            I did see a graph of how that actually effected linking, wish i could find it again, and it was a real eye opener. The gaps between the PR levels as you get higher is simply enormous.
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
          Originally Posted by edgray View Post

          Ok so Imagine you have a PR 10 with 10 links off that page to inner pages. Each of those linked pages will gain 0.5 PR each. Then there will be 10 coming off each of those pages and before you know it, you're talking 0.001 PR per page.

          Impossible to say since if you have looked a PR 10 site (a site containing a PR10 page) usually has more than one page that gets good PR. So in a real world scenario you are WAY off. Second problem is you fail to understand how site navigation flows. Its not a one link off into the blue yonder as you suppose. PR juice like navigation converges.

          The reason sites like wikipedia, for example, have lots of pages with high PR has nothing to do with the PR of the index page, each of those pages gets their PR from external links.
          Right so it you stopped and thought about if you would realize that PR is flowing form several source pages not one as you imagine. Sorry but your analysis is off . I stand by my statement I'd take a a dofollow link on Wikipedia

          Firstly, no such thing as "dofollow".
          Spare me. I know exactly that a nofollow is a tag placed to stop PR flow. the expression dofollow is an industry standard reference to the lack of that tag. Read around you will get it.

          At the end of the day links are links. Take any, just don't expect great things from so-called PR10 sites.
          Contradictory. You already indicated authority as a good factor why you could expect good things from getting a links on an authority site. That has its own advantages and the fact that a PR10 almost always has more than one source of PR flowing through it really shows how off this analysis is.

          Anybody here who knows any SEO would not want a dofollow ink on CNN or Wikipedia?

          If so turn in your claims to SEO knowledge at the door.
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          • Profile picture of the author edgray
            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Impossible to say since if you have looked a PR 10 site (a site containing a PR10 page) usually has more than one page that gets good PR. So in a real world scenario you are WAY off.
            This was just a simple way of explaining PR - taken from none other than Matt Cutts. So in a real world scenario, it's actually as good a description as anyone outside google can give.

            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Second problem is you fail to understand how site navigation flows. Its not a one link off into the blue yonder as you suppose. PR juice like navigation converges.
            Not at all. As a web designer and SEO of many years, I've plenty of "real world" experience as to how site navigation works and how PR is passed around a website. I didn't say anything about links going out into the blue yonder at all. All I was pointing out was that in sites with 100,000s of pages, having an index of PR10 isn't going to pass around to every single page. Pages in Wikipedia and sites like that are HEAVILY linked to, especially the higher PR ones, that's where they get most of their PR from. They are simply too big for the PR10 of the index page to raise ALL pages up to any kind of level like the index page. That's why you'll still find pages on wikipedia with a PR of 2 or PR 3 or maybe even less, in fact, there are plenty without any at all.

            Granted, having a PR10 index page is going to probably guarantee that most of your pages are going to end up with a reasonable PR without any other links. I would suggest installing the SEOQuake toolbar and navigating around wikipedia. What you'll find is that the further you get into the site, the PR of the pages drops. What this equates to in the real world as you put it is that on sites like cnn or whatever, the pages with all the good link juice aren't ones you can put your link on.

            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Right so it you stopped and thought about if you would realize that PR is flowing form several source pages not one as you imagine. Sorry but your analysis is off . I stand by my statement I'd take a a dofollow link on Wikipedia
            Wikipedia is nofollow.

            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Spare me. I know exactly that a nofollow is a tag placed to stop PR flow. the expression dofollow is an industry standard reference to the lack of that tag. Read around you will get it.
            Oh I've read around, trust me, and the types who use the term "dofollow"... well...

            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Contradictory. You already indicated authority as a good factor why you could expect good things from getting a links on an authority site. That has its own advantages and the fact that a PR10 almost always has more than one source of PR flowing through it really shows how off this analysis is.
            No there wasn't anything contradictory about that at all. Frankly, what with that and the "spare me" comment, you're just being plain rude and very defensive.

            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            Anybody here who knows any SEO would not want a dofollow ink on CNN or Wikipedia?
            Anyone here who knows any SEO that uses a term like "dofollow" should try and correct them.

            Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

            If so turn in your claims to SEO knowledge at the door.
            I think you just did that.
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by edgray View Post

              This was just a simple way of explaining PR - taken from none other than Matt Cutts. So in a real world scenario, it's actually as good a description as anyone outside google can give.

              Matt cutts at no point breaks down how much Pr will be on an interior page of a high PR site. Try again. Sorry its just wrong.


              Wikipedia is nofollow.
              Exactly thats why I said I would take it if it were available. They call it a hypothetical. In reality I can already get a nofollow link on Wikipedia


              Oh I've read around, trust me, and the types who use the term "dofollow"... Anyone here who knows any SEO that uses a term like "dofollow" should try and correct them.
              Honestly you need to do some reading before you try and represent yourself as an SEO expert. it will make you go tons further in convincing people. Anyone can Google the term.

              Go and try and corect every expert on their terminology since you know more than all those SEO experts because in terminology and in actual reality of how real life Pagerank flow through a high PR site you are not doing very well.

              Honestly you might think I am coming down on you but people on this forum come here to make their online business work. Thats important t them. Tests right here in this forum bare out that interior pages of high PR sites work for them. They don't need to read people who claim to know more than the real life tests. You are just misleading them when you don't know what you are talking about.
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              • Profile picture of the author edgray
                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Matt cutts at no point breaks down how much Pr will be on an interior page of a high PR site. Try again. Sorry its just wrong.
                You've seen EVERY Matt Cutts interview have you?

                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Exactly thats why I said I would take it if it were available. They call it a hypothetical. In reality I can already get a nofollow link on Wikipedia
                Sorry you didn't make it clear you were being hypothetical.

                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Honestly you need to do some reading before you try and represent yourself as an SEO expert. it will make you go tons further in convincing people. Anyone can Google the term.
                Yes I'll start talking about DoFollow, that'll make me an "expert". With regards to the term "dofollow", it's akin to calling me "un-decapitated" because I haven't had my head chopped off. Not only does the word not exist, but it's meaning is useless. Terms like that are picked up by people trying to be experts. I've noticed they often talk about keyword density too...

                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Go and try and corect every expert on their terminology since you know more than all those SEO experts because in terminology and in actual reality of how real life Pagerank flow through a high PR site you are not doing very well.
                You show me EVERY "expert" that uses the term then. I don't claim to know more than other SEO experts, far from it, I'm here to learn as well as help. But I've plenty of "real life" experience in how PR flows and other aspects of SEO and link building.

                Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

                Honestly you might think I am coming down on you but people on this forum come here to make their online business work. Thats important t them. Tests right here in this forum bare out that interior pages of high PR sites work for them. They don't need to read people who claim to know more than the real life tests. You are just misleading them when you don't know what you are talking about.
                The thing about SEO is it's all about experimentation and constant analysis of your efforts. Get your links where you can, if you really think sites with a high PR index page are going to really help with your rankings then great, go for it.

                From my experience, placing a link on an inner page of a site with an index with a high PR does very little unless that page has gained high PR itself.

                I'm not here to stop people making money, I'm here to try and offer my experience as a hand to any newbies. I write a guest blog here for the same reason. I honestly believe that the time spent worrying about getting links on PR10 pages or whatever can be better spent elsewhere if you want real world results.
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                • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                  Originally Posted by edgray View Post

                  I'm not here to stop people making money, I'm here to try and offer my experience as a hand to any newbies.
                  My suggestion to you is to go out and get some experience because what you have relayed here shows you are noty as up on SEO as you claim.

                  as for your endless going on about dofollow. I've pointed you to Google to see the term used over and over again. Since you had a problem using Google I looked up just one for you

                  SEOmoz | 12 Easy Mistakes That Plague Newcomers to the SEO Field

                  I trust you have heard of Seomoz? so you can read point 12 and tell me he doesn't use the term that you claim only SEO newbies would use (I'd say only a newbie would make such an observation but thats just me). Theres a simple reason why people have used it - most major sites tend to be nofollow - a site that actually doesn't use the nofollow tag is becoming rare (relatively) so dofollow denotes a departure from the norm. Happens like that in language

                  I can't impress on you to not post about what you don't know but I can and will point out when you are wrong because people are trying to do a real business here and don't need misinformation.
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        • Profile picture of the author searchnology
          I can't say I agree with a lot of this. Links are not just links....pages don't necessarily bleed PR in a linear fashion....and their is some hiearchal value (not major) for page PR. So the PR of the TLD which is usually www of a domain name does have an impact on links on internal pages. I have seen it too many times on too many SEO projects.

          The Wikipedia example is actually the opposite. Many Wikipedia pages have high PRs because of internal links from within Wikipedia. (not their homepage) This is easy to research and confirm using Yahoo explorer.

          Originally Posted by edgray View Post

          Ok so Imagine you have a PR 10 with 10 links off that page to inner pages. Each of those linked pages will gain 0.5 PR each. Then there will be 10 coming off each of those pages and before you know it, you're talking 0.001 PR per page.

          The reason sites like wikipedia, for example, have lots of pages with high PR has nothing to do with the PR of the index page, each of those pages gets their PR from external links.



          Firstly, no such thing as "dofollow".

          What you'll benefit from is CNN's domain authority, but unlikely you'll get any PR passed over, or if you did it would be tiny.

          At the end of the day links are links. Take any, just don't expect great things from so-called PR10 sites.



          So many other factors involved. But yes, a link from CNN would beat a link on a page with 0 PR. But I just don't think because CNN has an index page of PR10 or whatever is really going to benefit you. Will the link look natural? will it be nestled in relevant content? will it have your keywords in the anchor text? will the link be on a page with few other outbound links? If you can't answer yes to all of those then it's just an average link.
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          • Profile picture of the author edgray
            Originally Posted by searchnology View Post

            I can't say I agree with a lot of this. Links are not just links....pages don't necessarily bleed PR in a linear fashion....and their is some hiearchal value (not major) for page PR. So the PR of the TLD which is usually www of a domain name does have an impact on links on internal pages. I have seen it too many times on too many SEO projects.

            The Wikipedia example is actually the opposite. Many Wikipedia pages have high PRs because of internal links from within Wikipedia. (not their homepage) This is easy to research and confirm using Yahoo explorer.
            The point I was trying to make was that fussing around trying to find PR10 sites to put a link on could be better spent elsewhere. You could put a link on a site with an index with a PR of 10 and that page COULD never attain any PR. This is possible, if you look around wikipedia, it's not just new pages that have a low PR, older ones can gain very little too, depending on the content of the page and how many internal links the page has.

            A site like wikipedia is a good example of the philosophy behind Google. The idea was that in a network or interlinked documents, the ones with the most important info, the most authoritative and useful to people will have the most links. This is so true in wikipedia. In any given subject category, the most important, vital pages will attain the lion's share of the PR. The lesser pages, whilst they might gain a little, won't have anywhere near as much PR as those cherry documents.

            Of course PR flows around a site and as you say, not necessarily in a linear fashion, simply because sites, like the example of wikipedia, aren't linear.
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by edgray View Post

              if you look around wikipedia, it's not just new pages that have a low PR, older ones can gain very little too, depending on the content of the page and how many internal links the page has.
              Ed no one who understand SEO is going to agree with you that getting a link on a PR10 page is time better spent elsewhere. Go back to the same site I just directed to you and read up about authority domains. They are not worthless no matter how much you try and save your point. Your entire position has been based on a linear argument. Its not salvageable. It just wasn't a good point.

              Again look at someone like Kyle's research right here in this very forum. His test proves what you are saying is wrong and plain wrong. Getting links that appear to have next to no PR on a domain that has high PR has been shown to help in rankings over and over again by people who use profile and other backlinks.
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            • Profile picture of the author searchnology
              I belive this thinking is still faulty. You contend that only a page PR is important but when Google talks about authority, they talk about "authority sites" and not "authority pages". Therefore the TLD of an authority site does have an impact on backlinks quality regardless of the page PR. If the page itself has high PR then that is all the better as well but not completely necessary to pass link juice from the TLD.

              PR isn't passed linearly because it was changed by Google, not because of a site's structure. A PR10 can, but does not always divided across 5 outbound links by passing 2 points of pagerank to each. There are a number of variations based on the link parameters.

              The distribution of PR is more heavily weighted to TLDs than other internal pages for 99% of all sites so I would argue you are better off spending time looking for high PR TLDs with low PR pages than just high PR pages. The latter isn't necessarily wrong but is occurs too few and far between to be practical or scalable in most cases.

              Originally Posted by edgray View Post

              The point I was trying to make was that fussing around trying to find PR10 sites to put a link on could be better spent elsewhere. You could put a link on a site with an index with a PR of 10 and that page COULD never attain any PR. This is possible, if you look around wikipedia, it's not just new pages that have a low PR, older ones can gain very little too, depending on the content of the page and how many internal links the page has.

              A site like wikipedia is a good example of the philosophy behind Google. The idea was that in a network or interlinked documents, the ones with the most important info, the most authoritative and useful to people will have the most links. This is so true in wikipedia. In any given subject category, the most important, vital pages will attain the lion's share of the PR. The lesser pages, whilst they might gain a little, won't have anywhere near as much PR as those cherry documents.

              Of course PR flows around a site and as you say, not necessarily in a linear fashion, simply because sites, like the example of wikipedia, aren't linear.
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              • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
                Originally Posted by searchnology View Post


                The distribution of PR is more heavily weighted to TLDs than other internal pages for 99% of all sites so I would argue you are better off spending time looking for high PR TLDs with low PR pages than just high PR pages. The latter isn't necessarily wrong but is occurs too few and far between to be practical or scalable in most cases.

                Some nice posts searchnology. Well said and explained.
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              • Profile picture of the author dburk
                Originally Posted by searchnology View Post

                I belive this thinking is still faulty. You contend that only a page PR is important but when Google talks about authority, they talk about "authority sites" and not "authority pages".
                Hi searchnology,

                That's an interesting observation! I don't recall ever hearing Google or Matt Cutts, whom seems to do most of the talking for Google, ever use the term "authority site" or "authority sites". Could you provide a reference please, to where they have talked about "authority sites"?
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkAse
    I agree with Mike on that one. One thing I have definitely learned from my experience using Angela's and Paul's link building techniques is that PR from the home page does transfer in some way to other pages on the site.

    I'd be hard pressed to explain it, but it certainly seems to work that way based on experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonmorgan
    search google... the answer is out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonmorgan
    One thing I have definitely learned from my experience using Angela's and Paul's link building techniques is that PR from the home page does transfer in some way to other pages on the site.
    So you have a PR 3+ site using nothing but profile and N/A backlinks?
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  • Profile picture of the author dburk
    Hi makhussy,

    Technically, websites don't have PR, but pages do. Here's a link to a page that tracks PR 10 pages:

    PR 10 Pages - PR10 List - PageRank 10 Sites

    Last Time I looked there was more than 100.
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by dburk View Post

      Hi makhussy,

      Technically, websites don't have PR, but pages do. Here's a link to a page that tracks PR 10 pages:

      PR 10 Pages - PR10 List - PageRank 10 Sites

      Last Time I looked there was more than 100.
      That list is pretty outdated. From what I can see on the page it is from 2004. Would be nice to have a recent list
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  • Profile picture of the author charto911
    Google is the only pr 10 according to its toolbar and some other tools, Adobe used to be rumored as a 10 but is also a 9 along with twitter cnn etc...
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    • Profile picture of the author Donald Truehart
      Originally Posted by charto911 View Post

      Google is the only pr 10 according to its toolbar and some other tools, Adobe used to be rumored as a 10 but is also a 9 along with twitter cnn etc...
      CNN is in fact a PR10. I'm not sure why your toolbar is telling you its not.
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  • Profile picture of the author seowall
    Search on Google you can get PR 10 list website. But what you do?

    You have a new idea so please share here.
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  • Profile picture of the author sherone
    here is the list of pr10 sites:

    PR 10 Pages - PR10 List - PageRank 10 Sites
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    Are there any ways to get backlinks with either HTML code or BBC code from websites of PR 10 Pages - PR10 List - PageRank 10 Sites list?
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  • Profile picture of the author jeepbull
    But no one can get backlink from PR10 pages, I had try adobe forum all I can get are backlink from PR3 4 5 6 pages or maybe no PR pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author adddirectoryp
    I think there are lot of pr10 site but we have never known.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Kohler
    Is it possible to find a list of PR9 or PR8 sites that allow links then? Chris Rempel came out with a free tool that found high PR links. Can't remember the name of it. Loophole of some sort. That might be useful if you could at least put your link on the site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by Michael Kohler View Post

      Is it possible to find a list of PR9 or PR8 sites that allow links then?
      Before anyone jumps all over you I am sure you mean sites that contain a high PR page or pages. So the answer is yes. You can find some PR9s and PR8s. There are a bunch of PR7s. 6s 5s and 4 are easy but still powerful

      Takes time to find them. As I have shared elsewhere it doesn't make sense sharing these sites in a public setting or giving them away to just anyone that asks as freely distributed sites will only tend to become worthless. The PR juice of any site is divided by the amount of outgoing links.


      I'm betting the same holds in some way for authority. An authority site that has too many outgoing links (Google is known to monitor sites that look like link farms) probably helps to degrade the authority.
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  • getting a link from a PR10 page is near impossibilty these days.If anyone knows any good ones,then please let me know
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by webpromoterservice View Post

      getting a link from a PR10 page is near impossibilty these days.If anyone knows any good ones,then please let me know
      Now why we would do that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Donald Truehart
    hmmm. How about a few letters in-between?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by Donald Truehart View Post

      hmmm. How about a few letters in-between?

      Come on man. How many popular websites start with A and end with E?
      Haven't you ever watched wheel of fortune? Buy a vowel man. Theres only one of those left.
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