Monday, June 27, 2011

Google PR Update 2011 June 27

Finally Google updated their PageRank after 6 months. I think the last update was on December 2010 and it’s time to see value of our site in the eyes of Google. As per rating given by the Google, most of the websites will see a significant improvement in Google PR. First of all, Congratulations to all those bloggers and webmasters who got Promoted. Based on forums discussion it seems like a global PageRank update was indeed pushed out.

It came to me as a surprise today in the evening when visited my blog. Since a year I didn't got a single PR update and now its PR-2 from 0. The PageRank is updating and it will take at least one week and i hope the PageRank of my blog wont change. But, actually i don’t care ‘coz it’s not going to affect the traffic anyway. Don’t forget to share your PR with me. Google has a lower PR than Facebook! Now i can see that on Google toolbar Facebook has Page rank 10 and Google PR 9...something interesting.

Is Google's PR algo predicting the future of the Google/Facebook war?

5 comments:

  1. In my opinion, I think this PR update has a connection with Panda campaign Google expanded during many months ago. Content has the very important role in this PR update, the websites/blogs with good quality content, frequently refresh, unique & useful information will be ranked higher than low quality sites.

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  2. We got a bit of a short-lived promotion in Google US, but elsewhere it's pretty much the same.

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  3. I like this, my site worth and also PR increased in this Google updated 2 to 4 but i have a sad news after 20 days my site PR decease to its original rank.Whats is the matter??

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  4. The PR Update is very favourble for genuine, unique and frequently updated contents. Your prediction is now turning right. Google has launched new Google+ social networking to compete with Facebook in US.

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  5. I would say, as far as the Google/Facebook war goes, Google+ really needs to ramp back up, as much of the initial hype has worn off, at least from a general public perspective. It still carries some weight among the tech community, but for it to add to search viability, as well as challenge Facebook, it needs to attract more general consumers to take action.

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