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I try not to get caught up in the PageRank frenzy, but today I decided to use iWebTool’s PageRank prediction tool to see what they thought SiteFever’s new PageRank would turn out to be.

Here’s what I got:


In my opinion, PageRank predictions are all a shot in the dark, but I can’t say that I wouldn’t love to see SiteFever jump from a PR2 to a PR5!

My Google backlinks have been going crazy lately… sometimes I’ll show over 1,000 backlinks and other times only 2 or 3. Yahoo, which is a more accurate source of actual backlinks, consistently shows over 1,500 backlinks to SiteFever.com.

We’ve also been very popular with StumbleUpon lately! Our article published on August 13th, Top 10 Most Unusual But Effective Methods To Increase Your Website Traffic seems to have received a lot of fans! Somebody with the username “Askmanny” decided to submit it to StumbleUpon, and since then we have received over 3,000 unique visitors coming in directly from StumbleUpon in just 48 hours!


The 126 unique visitors for today was as of 8:30am, so we’ll see how high we go today.

If you have not yet participated in our current contest, be sure to check it out- you can win up to $500! For every site that links to SiteFever, I’m throwing $1 into the prize pool up to $500. On September 12, one site that linked to us will be chosen at random to receive the entire prize money! It can’t get much easier than that, so be sure to join the contest


Category: John's World
Article posted by: Neon on August 16th, 2007



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7 Comments to “SiteFever.com Predicted Pagerank: 5” »

Aug 16 2007 at 5:46 pm

Hey congrats, that’s cool! :)
One of my blog (smartwealthyrich.com) should get a PR5 (a weak PR5, but still PR5) and my other blog (freelancefolder.com) is too new, oh well, next update :)

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Comment by J. Robinson
Aug 16 2007 at 5:53 pm

@Jon:

Hey, congratulations! I see smartwealthyrich.com has almost 500 backlinks in Google… I wish that I could get more of my backlinks to actually show up on Google regularly. Keep up the good work!

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Comment by Mikael
Aug 17 2007 at 5:52 am

I really need to learn a thing or two from you guys!! I can’t believe that you started your blog one week after mine and yet you have more than 1,000 backlinks and I have just a few.

Step by step tutorials to how you get such explosive growth would be appreciated 😉

Thank you for a great blog.

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Comment by J. Robinson
Aug 17 2007 at 8:53 am

Hi Mikael,

Thanks for your comment! I’m actually in the works of creating something I think you will like! :)

I don’t see that you’re a member of my MyBlogLog community yet. Go to http://www.mybloglog.com/buzz/community/sitefever/ and join the community. When I release the tutorial in the next few days, I’ll send a message to all my community members.

Thanks for your continued visits! Hope to see you back again soon.

– John

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Comment by Sucker
Aug 19 2007 at 11:14 am

Nice job! I just checked that tool and it says my blog should go up to PR5 too!

I won’t be holding my breath for the next update though…

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Comment by satya
Aug 20 2007 at 12:08 pm

That s It! pr5 won’t be great deal..it was expected that this blog would touch pr5-6..int his update. But when’s the next pr update coming..by rule of thumb it should have come on mid august …do u have any info ?

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Comment by J. Robinson
Aug 20 2007 at 12:23 pm

@satya:

Oh no… I was afraid this would happen! Everyone starts talking about the Google PR update!

The truth is that Google does not release a specific date. As a matter of fact, its not like a light switch that they flick on and all of a sudden hundreds of millions of sites have a new PR. Once the new PR starts, everyone will receive theirs at slightly different times.

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