RealRank Won’t Work With Google PR
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In the latest way to fight back against Google Pagerank, Payperpost has launched their RealRank system. Many bloggers have been weary about adopting this new way to rank blogs. Change is always hard to accept, but will it work?
There has been a lot of talk about Realrank on the payperpost forums. First off let me say that the forums are great for bloggers even if you aren’t into PPP. The members of the forums seem to be a little worried about the effect the new system will have on their blogs as well as money making opportunities.
Courtney Tuttle Says No
Courtney wrote a great article that RealRank Doesn’t Solve Anything for Bloggers. By accepting this new form of ranking, he states that google won’t like it. This may even cause some bloggers to get penalized, or further penalized. The only way this model will work is to cut out PR completely.
RealRank Won’t Work with PR
Currently there are several ways advertising can make PayPerPost opps. You can segment them by PR, Alexa, Tack score (quality rating), domains, and RealRank.
Advertisers aren’t forced to enter a RealRank, but can include a minimum Google Pagerank. RealRank Will Not Work if they don’t get rid of pagerank within opps. PPP seems to be backed into a little corner, opposers give them 12 months to live. PayPerPost has learned to adapt and change as the market does, which many sponsored services have not done. This isn’t the end of PPP (or IZEA).
If they don’t force their advertisers to use Realrank, it might be the short lived end of that. Where will you be when RealRank dies?