Bloggers who gained their pagerank (PR) after reconsideration submission

This morning, I received a happy news from Pablo. He is an active blogger and one of his blog was penalized just like mine. A few of us who run multiple blogs saw a pagerank zero eventhough our blogs were not associated with PayPerPost but has the code in there.

Pablo got back his PR 4/10 on Delicous Asian Food.

The followings are people who reported either a pagerank increase, a new pagerank (for a new blog, previously unranked) or gained their pagerank after submitting to Google for reconsideration:

1) Sir Jorge got a PR 1 for his skateboarding blog

2) LSU BCS reported pageranks for his blogs

3) Phyzoe reported increase too

4) Online Money got a PR 2

5) Steven Goh is one happy blogger to gain PR

6) Raymond new blog got a PR3/10. That is prove that content is king. He updates it regularly with good content.

7) who hardly updates his blog and he only write few sentences post also got a PR 1. (nay, thanks to my SEO and those Russians sites who pwnd the keyword hehehe)

8 ) Samm, my blog buddy and I were so happy when we discovered we gained PR on some new blogs we have been building secretly.

9) My blog aggregator got a PR 1/10. Another proof that getting links can help gain PR.

10) Hobart who writes is happy to gain PR 3/10

11) ketan notices increase in backlinks but yet to gain his PR yet but it will come eventually. Unless you killed it with paid posts and text link.

12) Friedbeef is a terrific blog with huge traffic, great content and one of the few good blogs from Malaysia. He writes some editorial and unfortunately, has been smacked with PR 0/10. I hope James will do what can be done and get a resconsideration.

13) VincentLiew finally got PR 3

14) Little Guy Network too finally see PR 3

I took the links from my previous post on Google PR updates.

15) KahPeng too is very happy to finally get his PR after reconsideration

16) I read that Hongkiat also gained PR 4/10 back. Hongkiat dot com is another good blog that deserves PR.

No doubt we want to brush off the importance of PR, somehow at the back of our mind, we will still look upon a blog as better or normal based on its PR. This is especially so when they are writing niches like technology, gadgets, make money and the internet.

So, if you have been unfairly smacked or decided to clean up your blog and ask for reconsideration, do find out if my previous post “How I got Google to give me back my PR” is helpful.

Post Author: lilian

12 thoughts on “Bloggers who gained their pagerank (PR) after reconsideration submission


    (January 17, 2008 - 1:49 am)

    Haiwor…. so many got PR, Happy tou sei. Wuah…. now i want PR 6, lol…


    (January 17, 2008 - 1:57 am)

    samm – Yay to Project 2. Bwahahaha.

    Brian Combs

    (January 17, 2008 - 4:41 am)

    For the last six weeks, I’ve been running a test to determine what exactly Google’s penalty entails. The results of the first phase of the test can be found at the address attached to this comment.

    sir jorge

    (January 17, 2008 - 7:06 am)

    wow, that’s awesome

    Thank You My Lord Google

    (January 17, 2008 - 8:41 am)

    […] 1 – 5xmom recently list some bloggers that gain PR back including this site. 2 – Congrats […]

    Steven Goh

    (January 17, 2008 - 8:49 am)

    All the successful people here :) congratulation to all


    (January 17, 2008 - 9:24 am)

    A toast to all :D


    (January 17, 2008 - 10:27 am)

    Will look to join this list as PR regainers soon… thanks for the good feedback :)

    ps. You have secret blogs?

    Plaet Malaysia

    (January 18, 2008 - 12:04 am)

    Planet Malaysia Aggregates having PR4 and Planet Malaysia blog havng PR3 now!


    (January 18, 2008 - 4:51 pm)

    congrats to you guys!! im still pr0…stupid me
    i hope to ride the next wave n have good news oso la….


    (January 18, 2008 - 5:37 pm)

    Pagerank is like a drug. When you´re once high (in google, not on dope:))), you never ever wanna come down. Thats why I am proud on my and its result in SERP:)

    Davies Lim

    (September 22, 2009 - 12:22 pm)

    Can’t agree more. Content is King and that’s what usually decides the Pagerank. Will be trying to get my PR !

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