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PAGE RANKING UPGRADE IN EVERY GOOGLE INFORMATION HEART From last few days I noticed different page ranking in different Google datacenter and today in the morning when I reached to any office and according to plan I was checking my internet sites I noticed PR update on all my new domains. I visited many website today and found this PR upgrading isn't too beneficial to past well positioned web sites. I discovered 401 Authorization Required. Generally settled linking is employed to treatment of internet search engine. I visited; they're also attempting to sell links and found that their page ranking falls from 7 to 4. This shows Google is extremely strict about paid linking and in future Google might punish web site that associated with paid linking. Google's Page Rank Update Goes After Paid Links? Seems like there's a Page Rank upgrade happening now that seems to be affecting web sites that offer links. Can't say that people were not informed about any of it. Danny Sullivan wrote Official: Trying to sell Paid Links Can Hurt Your PageRank Or Rankings On Google over a couple of weeks ago, and now it seems several sites are receiving hit with a drop in Pr. This is a set of some sites, including major writers, who seem to have taken a hit overnight: PR7 to PR5 PR7 to PR5 PR7 to PR5 PR7 to PR5 PR10 to PR6 PR7 to PR4 PR6 to PR4 PR7 to PR5 PR6 to PR4 PR6 to PR4 PR6 to PR4 PR6 to PR4 PR7 to PR4 PR7 to PR4 PR6 to PR4 PR6 to PR3 PR6 to PR4 PR5 to PR3 PR7 to PR4 PR6 to PR4 I am sure there are many more. Is this an immediate attack against web sites that sell paid links? That is too hard to state for certain. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT and LOGON:.

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