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12-Feb-2007, 07:53 PM #1
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I've been checking out the extension that Firefox has-- SeaQuake Tool Bar. When it comes to page ranking from what end of the numerical scale is considered good? Closer to 1 or in the opposite direction? Around what number would you consider it is time to celebrate Just kidding there.

Hope this makes sense. thanks, msk
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12-Feb-2007, 07:56 PM #2
The google page rank is 0 - 10, 10 being the best, and 0 being unranked.

I would say you should start celebrating at about 6+

I'm currently at a 4!
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12-Feb-2007, 08:07 PM #3
Thanks. I have an image of a friends sites ranking. A little confused as what I'm looking at. How do you calculate its ranking considering each engine ranks it differently?
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12-Feb-2007, 08:12 PM #4
According to google sitemap, my highest ranked page this month is my store. The highest ranked page for the last two months was the webdesign section.

Kinda cool that this month the store is getting a lot of attention, hopefully people will buy stuff and make me money
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Thanks. I have an image of a friends sites ranking. A little confused as what I'm looking at. How do you calculate its ranking considering each engine ranks it differently?
Hm.. I'm not exactly sure, that confuses me a bit. I use Google's Toolbar with Firefox, it gives the Page rank for the site you are currently on.

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It is generally agreed that websites that have a higher than 0 page ranking, tend to gain higher results in search engines for their given phrases. In my opinion a page rank above 3 is enough to gain effective SEO positioning.
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