How Long Does It Take To Get PR3+

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I am trying to create my own high PR network (number of high PR blogs in general) to link to my money site(S). I figured this might be a good approach for long run (since I plan on building a lot of micro money sites).

I am wondering how long does it usually take to get a blog/site to PR3+ etc.
Please advise.

Is it possible to jump from PR0 -> PR3 from 1 update etc.?
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  • Profile picture of the author GeronimoBee
    23423.234234234 seconds...approx
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    • Profile picture of the author Seofarmer
      Originally Posted by GeronimoBee View Post

      23423.234234234 seconds...approx
      oh common buddy
      I am just trying to get a general idea or experience from others here.
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    Its absolutely possible, I had one website jump to a PR5 from a PR0 on its first PR update. Although it was a website that received natural links from .edu's, and many news agency sites.

    The key is building SOLID quality link to your networks and sculpting the PageRank properly. Don't leave an easy to see footprint though! I've seen networks lose PR/value as a result of poorly designed link networks.
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    • Profile picture of the author MTLSEO
      Congrats because a 0 to 5 PR jump does not happen that often
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
    It's very possible. Just add good content, drive CTR up in the SERPs, and add high quality contextual backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Seofarmer
    What you guys think of making my own high PR network?

    Is it an ideal approach or am i just wasting my time here?
    (instead of buying high PR links off others, and doing link exchanges etc.)
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    • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
      Originally Posted by Seofarmer View Post

      What you guys think of making my own high PR network?

      Is it an ideal approach or am i just wasting my time here?
      (instead of buying high PR links off others, and doing link exchanges etc.)
      I think it's a really good approach, actually. Don't forget that you can also monetize the sites in your network. It'll be a lot of work though, so you might need to outsource it. Once you establish them though, you can charge people to post on your network for links BMR style.
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      • Profile picture of the author Seofarmer
        Originally Posted by JamesGw View Post

        I think it's a really good approach, actually. Don't forget that you can also monetize the sites in your network. It'll be a lot of work though, so you might need to outsource it. Once you establish them though, you can charge people to post on your network for links BMR style.
        Thanks for the input.
        Yeah, thats what I am thinking as well, tho as you mentioned, this will be a very time-consuming project as it involves a lot of sites linked together.

        Anything i should keep in mind when building it, such as hosting them in different hosting etc.? (so i dont get flagged all at once if anything happens?)

        Also, as my true intention is to get high PR, i assume I dont have to worry much about getting high in rankings etc.? Is there any tips / tricks in getting high PR faster (beside contents etc.)

        Thanks in advance
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Seofarmer View Post

      What you guys think of making my own high PR network?

      Is it an ideal approach or am i just wasting my time here?
      (instead of buying high PR links off others, and doing link exchanges etc.)
      That is fine as long as you are doing it on domains you own. I wouldn't waste your time doing it on Wordpress, Blogger, Tubmlr, etc. because those sites can be shutdown at anytime without warning. Then all your work is lost.

      You could just look at purchasing domains that already have a high PR, but that will take some cash.

      Also, if you are using these sites to build links off of to your own sites, I would recommend hosting each site with a different host or looking into some kind of SEO hosting package.
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      • Profile picture of the author Seofarmer
        Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

        That is fine as long as you are doing it on domains you own. I wouldn't waste your time doing it on Wordpress, Blogger, Tubmlr, etc. because those sites can be shutdown at anytime without warning. Then all your work is lost.

        You could just look at purchasing domains that already have a high PR, but that will take some cash.

        Also, if you are using these sites to build links off of to your own sites, I would recommend hosting each site with a different host or looking into some kind of SEO hosting package.
        Will i lose the PR (after the update) when google sees me buying an expired domain and building 'completely new content' on top of it?

        Also, I assume since its all about PR here, any domain extension is going to work as long as its high PR? .me or .org etc. doesnt really matter?
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  • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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    This is possible but you need highly targeted quality backlinks to your site...
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  • Profile picture of the author mika45
    get quality backlinks and when Google update pr then Google will increase your pr
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  • Profile picture of the author DIGITALCHAMELEON
    It depends how competitive your SEO campaign is...
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  • Profile picture of the author tomharry0001
    through high quality back links u can increase ur PR. Always does high quality SEO campaign. the fast and simple way to get high quality Back links is theme based Blog Commenting and Article Submission.
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    • Profile picture of the author InTheMaking
      Buy PR'd websites or buy expired websites and recreate the content or else it'll take approx 1,395,432,931,326 seconds to get to PR3.
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  • Profile picture of the author curtainsandblind
    Nice good work, you have to work hard for getting PR3+
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  • Profile picture of the author Nick Kastman
    Depends on your methods. If you get quality backlinks from high PR sites, then your site's PR can improve.
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  • Profile picture of the author retsek
    Here's exactly what I did to get a site from PR0 to Pr3 in the june update:

    -100 Profile Links (1000 profiles to those 100, then 5000 to those 1000)
    -6 Web2.0 Properties (5,000 profiles+2500 blogcomments)
    -1 press release
    -about 300 social bookmarks
    -10 submissions to EZA, Articesbase, Goarticles
    -3 .edu blog posts (100 profiles each to them)
    -1 .gov page (100 profiles)
    -120 BMR blog posts (8,000 profiles to these)

    I did that over a 6 month period with varied anchor text starting in january. it cost alot, but i already made it back 6 times with Adsense. The site has #1 rankings for several keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author salikkhan
    The google update the Pr once in a quarter, so just wait and build some quality links.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael_Le
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    Originally Posted by Seofarmer View Post

    I am trying to create my own high PR network (number of high PR blogs in general) to link to my money site(S). I figured this might be a good approach for long run (since I plan on building a lot of micro money sites).

    I am wondering how long does it usually take to get a blog/site to PR3+ etc.
    Please advise.

    Is it possible to jump from PR0 -> PR3 from 1 update etc.?
    yes it is.......i had 2 sites which was registered in march, after the june update it both jumped to PR3. There are a number of things you need to do, unique content and updating posts on a 2-3 day basis are some of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author joeho
    Since June PR update, my site jump from PR0 to PR3 in 10months.
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  • Profile picture of the author lustique
    My site also jumped from PR0 to PR3 in the last update
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    • Profile picture of the author Avidpoet
      I registered my domain in February and added 6 pages (500 words minimum) and in each of those pages I have about 10 or more blog posts that are also 500 words minimum that connect to their supporting category.

      Did some very light on and off SEO (SeNukeX) then joined a Homepage Backlink Service (30 High PR pages) from May to June ironically lol the day I cancel (thinking it was worthless because it didnt improve my ranking like I thought) was the day I come in the Warrior Forum to read about the PR update. I check my domain and its a PR3, Five of my Pages are Pr3's with 1 being a PR1. I was bouncing off the walls!

      I immediately joined another High PR Network with more sites (this one has 120) to keep from loosing any PR I earned from the last Network.
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  • Profile picture of the author dcc1980
    It took me two years to get to PR4. I think backlinks played a HUGE role in it. I hear getting edu. or .gov backlinks will boost you up quicker.
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