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SEO Dave wrote:

8, it's really easier to use 8 as a base Dave. Computerwise :-)

8 ^ 0 =  1  =          1 binary
8 ^ 1 =  8  =       1000 binary
8 ^ 2 = 64  =    1000000 binary
8 ^ 3 = 512 = 1000000000 binary

You see the pattern?

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Based on others calculations the base of PR has been estimated to be
between 6 and 8.

I've never tried to determine what it's likely to be, therefore I use
base 7 as it's the average between the two.

If you want to use 8 feel free, personally I've had no problems
working in base 7.

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SEO Dave wrote:

Yup, I have seen even 10. Yet 8 is extremely simple to handle on a
computer. OTOH, floating point calculatings are fast today.

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Borek wrote:

Link to other pages in order to further help the person currently viewing
the page.

So, if your page does not provide a full explanation then link to other
pages that provide useful supplementary information.   This idea applies to
all links, both within your site and to pages in other sites.   For your
site to be highly regarded only link to pleasing pages of high quality and
suggests that it doesn't care about upsetting its visitors and may therefore
be marked down in the search system.

Check out the web site of any page you propose to link to and if the site is
dubious (i.e. one that uses a link farm, spam etc) use rel="nofollow" on the