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- I need a favor
- Guy Macon
June 13, 2004, 5:49 am
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I have switched hosting providers, but alas, while working with the
old one and hoping they would fix the problem, my web page was down
for nearly a week. Now it's no longer findable on Google :( It will,
of course, come back - it was PR5 and has a fair amount of links
I want to try an experiment. If a bunch of people look at the web
page with their Google toolbar on and measuring PR, will it come back
any faster? Will it get a temporary PR boost? Will staying on the
page instead of backing out at once help?
The favor I am asking is to look at the following two web pages with
your Google toolbar displaying PR, and to leave the browser on the
page for at least a couple of minutes.
Here are the two pages:
BTW, you might find the second one to be useful and maybe even worth
putting up a copy of it or a link to it on one of your pages... :)
Thanks in advance!
Guy Macon, Electronics Engineer & Project Manager for hire.
Remember Doc Brown from the _Back to the Future_ movies? Do you
have an "impossible" engineering project that only someone like
Doc Brown can solve? My resume is at http://www.guymacon.com/
Re: I need a favor
That's odd. I am getting a grey "page not ranked" bar for
[ http://www.guymacon.com/ ]. Cleared my cache and restarted
IE - same result. But I see the PR4 on my insult page.
Also, I was #1 for "engineer resume" but am now not listed
for "engineer resume" or even for "guymacon." (it still shows
my insult file at PR4 for "guymacon", but www.guymacon.com
used to be on the top.)
Why are we seeing different pageranks for the same page?