Google Page Rank Question

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    ncmike You're a sicko!!!

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    I've been working hard on my site and I only have a Google Page Rank of 4. I used a tool located at http://www.rustybrick.com/pagerank-prediction.php to predict my future Google Page Rank after the next update and it was an increase of 18.00%. Although, the estimation should not be considered factual, I was just wondering how much of a traffic increase I would receive with a PR of 5?
     
    ncmike, Apr 21, 2005
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    ncmike You're a sicko!!!

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    21 views and no reply?
     
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    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

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    sometimes people just dont know the answer, and some people might be researching....

    to answer, we need more info, are you saying that your page comes up on search results page 4? if it goes onto page 5, then i would think you'd get less traffic. this is just a guess, because really we need more info, please be clear.
     
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    flowergirl I can see you..

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    I don't know what to say ...

    :? :? :?
     
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    D Schrute Assistant Sensei VIP Member

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    I doubt the original poster will read this but it really depends on your main keywords. If you have a popular word such as 'travel' or 'tickets' the change may not even be noticeable.
     
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