Extremely Strange…

February 18, 2006 Posted by Tyler Cruz

So I’m setting up Project J, and I set it up in Apache.. only to find out it has a PR of 6 already.

I check web.archive.org – nothing there. I google it.. a couple results.. no hints of it being a past site…

It’s obviously not a 302 PR hijack or anything since It’s running off my server fresh.. I see no signs of it being a past site.. and I double checked to make sure it wasn’t just my toolbar acting up; it’s indeed a PR6. LOL. Can anyone explain this? I can’t give the URL out because it’s Project J and is top secret..

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Posted: February 18th, 2006 under My Websites  

3 Responses to “Extremely Strange…”

  1. Zane says:

    Its a google error i think.

    Your site at http://yoursite.com may be pr6 but http://www.yoursite.com wont be.

    Try it out tell me if it works.

  2. Tyler says:

    It’s the other way around, and how is that an error?

  3. Zane says:

    Im not sure of how to get around it. Its an error on googles side and possibly your hosts side. Basically its sort of to do with the way google works the linking system. Although it should be pr10 not pr5, i havent heard of the error giving pr5. Maybe youve just got a keyword rich domain ?


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