One of my companies website actually dropped from a PR4 to a PR0. Quite a drop indeed.
We are still to understand the reasons behind the drop.
Can you tell which one?Originally Posted by Pedro Monteiro
Oh I know it's not a good site, this was the first site I made, although I did some updating a few months ago, I really don't know anthing about coding or SEO. I was actually surprised when it got a PR3, a long time ago. Thank you for taking a peek, I don't think that it's worthy of the fine reviewers we have here. Maybe, some day, after reading many more posts here, I can build something half way decent.Agnes I shortly reviewed your site, and to be honest I did not wonder why something like that happened to you
This was not intended as a "give up" comment. It is just a funny coincidence that I had just read this post.Well if someone said so, then is there no need to try SEO for that? I don't get really get that. But nevermind. :)
Agnes. . Yes, travel industry is extremely competetive on the net. Just means you gotta be a little bit better than some of us to get your share of the traffic. The competition is basically caused by the nature of the travel industry.
It sells to people at distant locations. Often the only thing that changes hands is a ticket and money. A large budget Item. ( and Lots of spam )
Quote; I don't think that it's worthy of the fine reviewers
Agnes, you are very nice with your wording, I will give you a review. . my sites are just about exacly as worthy as your own.
We have a site that went from 0 to 3 to 0 and now back to 3 in the last 90 days. G can be somewhat unpredictable so you might take a wait and see on the PR and at the same time review your seo for ways to possibly improve.Originally Posted by A. Smith
I looked at your vacation page and might suggest you add the location of the property. Shouldn't have to click on a map link to figure out where the property is. Nice pics but I kept wondering - "where is this place".
Thank you, I will look into having a map on the page itself, maybe something rather small...
As to PR, I have heard from others that their site's ranking "danced" around too. We shall see... Glad yours is back up :).
It took some digging to find where the property is located. I'd suggest just say where the property is, i.e. Islamorada, FLOriginally Posted by A. Smith