I've only seen PR 3 so far. Has anyone seen anything higher? Please include a link if you have. Thanks!
Auxiliary question: do you think pagerank matters when it comes to SERPs?
Not necessarily. I've got a few Hubs that hold #1 spots on Google when searching for them with very common phrases and they don't have especially high PageRanks.
Same here. I tend not to occupy my mind with such minute details as PageRank. Simply write good content - and market it well if that is your thing.
I also have seen only Hubs with PR 3
I have Pr 2 for many Hubs ,But never got to 3 yet.
Mostly pr2, occasionally pr3. If you link from pr4 or higher sites
you will get higher PR.
PR does not matter much except giving you bragging rights It does help you when you sell your website though, so it does have some value.
I mostly only pay attention to my own hub's PR. The majority of my hubs have a PR2 with about two or three that have a PR3. The hubs I did not market sit at a PR0.
I recently wrote a hub about PageRank where I say that PR means very little when it comes to how content ranks on Google. It is easy enough to find since it is new. Other factors I mention mean much more than PR in my opinion.
My profile page is PR3,I think PR3 does not make any sense in terms of traffic.
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mine PR2.. yours?
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