OK I'm bound and determined to learn the technical side of writing this year - all that analytical stuff I've been dragging my heels on. Thanks to Izzy, I found out about SEOQuake and installed it on my Chrome toolbar. So I have a question - it looks like each hub has its own PR, correct? I looked up my my most read hub and it has a PR2.
hmmm .. much of the functionality of SEO Quake SHOULD have just broke with some changes to how Google allows third parties to access data.
But yes, every page has its own PR (hub or otherwise) but unless you are selling advertising in the media markets, PR is meaningless.
It can be a good starting point for competitive analysis though (but thats the part of seo quake that should be broken!)
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