The positive ten things of having PR 0/10

10) Ten is the highest and no one gets to that level, not even Google

9) You have more friends down here

8) The air is fresher because all PR 0/10 bloggers don’t have that haughty air about them about not writing paid posts or selling text link

7) You are not afraid of anyone or anything

6) You can go to sleep without worrying

5) You do not need to sweat every morning when you log on to your blog to see if the green juice is still there or it has dried up

4) You can throw stones at all the big bullies and you do not need to worry they trample you down by pressing that ‘Report this site’ on Google Webmaster Central

3) You can brag that you are notorious and hence, you are smacked

2) By the time the others get their PR 0/10, you have recovered and you can snigger at them

1) The only way to go is up.

In case you guys are not aware, Google is on PR massacre again. If I am not mistaken, this is round six. 666. You now what they says….The devil is lurking and you are losing your PR real soon…….*insert Freddy Kruger music* Google is coming to claim your glorious PR. Or did Google just did that? Nyek, nyek, nyek…..*smacks butt and do the happy dance*

And welcome to the club. Only a real man (and obnoxious blogger like me) can see the humor of losing PR. ‘Cos there is no other way to deal with it. When you can’t win, you just laugh it off.

BTW, here’s a post on my family which I hope to share with make money bloggers.

Post Author: lilian

7 thoughts on “The positive ten things of having PR 0/10


    (November 30, 2007 - 4:21 am)

    Here’s a thumbs up for you. Aren’t you glad that you are featured on PPP. I found you here.

    I hope it continues to stay there by the time you look at it.



    (November 30, 2007 - 9:00 am)


    actually, how long does it take to get the PR increased from 0?

    […] I read from 5xmom article that there is a 6th round Google demotion. I checked and sure enough there is talk of PR demotion […]

    Blog Marketing

    (November 30, 2007 - 9:35 am)


    Traffic is more important than PR. You can have PR7 but only 1-2 visitors come to your site, it still can’t monetize much.

    I am seeing your blogs manage to attract a lot of traffic, just continue to bring out good content and monetize from the program you join.

    I know this is affecting your Text Link Ads a lot since the PR was drop to PR0. Your earning from selling text links, PPP and etc definitely affected a lot.

    Those programs which are measuring your earning based on PR should change their measurement by now. It is not Google fault to penalise everyone but rather to stop everyone abusing his standard.

    In my opinion, TLA, PPP and etc should look for alternative way to calculate how much would your site worth based on traffic you generated but not PR.

    Maybe we should send our feedbacks to them together so that they are concern about our worries.

    Steven Wong


    (November 30, 2007 - 11:53 am)

    Don’t try to mess with Google, we can never win them. Just follow the rule of the game. That’s what I’ve learn from my drop of pagerank.


    (November 30, 2007 - 8:44 pm)

    Lol. I enjoued this one. I’m a PR0 blog too so I’m not too scared of google as well. I don’t get much traffic from them either, most are people who drop by from other people’s blogs so I’m fine with it. If they give me PR hurray, if not, I’ll be fine with the cheap paid posts available. xD As long as I can pay for my hosting and domain as well as my internet expenses I’m happy. :)


    (December 1, 2007 - 9:53 am)

    I liked your post a lot, thanks. It’s the first time I smiled about one of my sites loosing it’s PR and hitting the very rock bottom of PR.

    Thanks for that, needed it.

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