Page Rank Breaks My Heart

A while ago, I opened my blog and checked if I had messages or shout-outs to returned it back. But, when I scroll down, I saw a question ma...

A while ago, I opened my blog and checked if I had messages or shout-outs to returned it back. But, when I scroll down, I saw a question mark from the PR checker. Whattha?!!  You could just imagine my reaction! My eyes were big like an owl with my jaw dropped. Oh no, this can't be!

Do you know why I reacted that way? I am not exaggerating. It's unfair. This blog had reached PR2 without my knowledge. Heck, I stopped blogging actually for about 10 months. Within those months, I haven't checked and view my blog. I only open my account, approved comments and read posts from the blogs that I follow then log-out. After giving birth and rest for about a month, I returned blogging and stay late nights even until morning. That's the time when I saw my blog reached PR2. It's like, "WOW". It reached pr2 and I did not do anything. No blogs, no backlinks.

Now that I am back, my page rank went down from PR 2, pr1 to a question mark? What happened?? I really don't know the algorithms of Google. But hey! I am blogging again and sending backlinks. Does changing my template affect the rankings? Oh well, all I know is that he broke and sliced my heart. Staying all night until mornings end into a question mark rank. Is it because my blog is not of a quality-type? Hah! I should know better.

Guess, I'll start again with a question mark rank. Any suggestions on e-how to raise page ranks? Maybe, there is something that I have to change. Can you tell me what changes I am going to make?

Thank you very much.

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3 comments

  1. by the way, thanks for dropping by at my health blog!

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  2. Hi! I recently realized that I never registered my blog with google...oops! Guess i'll have to wait and see. I am a new follower from the Sunday Hop! I would love for you to stop by http://aboutamom.com to say hi & return follow!

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  3. I also had a PR drop when I experimented and changed my blog's template. I don't worry about PR much, though. For me it's just a number. What's important is that people find my posts and my blog useful. :)

    Thanks for dropping by my blog. :)

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