One of the largest purposes of the recent Google algorithm change was to stop the sales of PageRank. I just read issue #49 of AllBusinessNews which was titled "Buying & Selling Google PageRank Too Good to be True?"
Some of this information is entirely incorrect. For example "Google only indexes approximately 750-1000 words to a page. If your link is at the bottom of a lengthy page...it's not likely going to be indexed or affect your PageRank at all."
I do not understand how people get published writing small articles with some information in it that is so blatently wrong.
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