I though’t I’d share a neat little idea with you.
I published this site a week or so ago and straight away it has a PR5 (on the homepage). Yeah, big deal… who obsesses about toolbar PR nowadays? Even if you’re not too concerned about such things, who’s going to punch a gift-horse in the face with such an easy win?
I bought this domain a year or so ago, and for want of time or inclination, decided to point it at my twitter URL http://twitter.com/nicholastott and let it fester there for a good long while.
Many of you may know that I tweet a lot. I use twitter to notify my followers as to content I’ve written and I also like to re-tweet great content from my followers. If my content is picked up and referenced people may drop an @mention to the above mentioned URL. I also drop my twitter URL everywhere I go online, like a big phat digital footprint. All of this means that over time and quite organically my twitter page has a TB PR of 5.
When I finally got around to launching this blog it appears to have carried with it the accrued value and trust from the twitter page it has thus far been pointed to.
Of course, with just a couple of handfuls of links and less than ten pages of content to date, I’m not too attached to the hope that I’ll retain that PR5, but in the meantime I’ll get around to making it work for me…
SEO Quake Toolbar PR of 5/10 as of March 19th 2010.