Re: PR Question



"Mark Shell" <markashell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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One of my sites www.mysample.com has PR5. Its URL version
www.mysample.com/index.html has also been PR5 - until recently; now it is
PR0. What might have happened?

I had a server administrator change the default page delivers for a request
from index.html to index.htm ( my fault for having them both on the
server ). It seemed rather orderly to her but the / went from a PR4 to a
PR0. I don't think it affected any rankings as I happened to spot the
trouble quickly.

The point I'm trying to make is that you have to be careful what you want
delivered by requesting / . Perhaps in your case the server offers
default.htm or something else for a / request. ?

My .02 CAD

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in best regards,
Fred
http://canadian-web-site-promotion.blogspot.com/


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