All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Toolbar’

Google Toolbar PageRank Lives (For Now)

Just when you thought you were out, they’ve pulled you back in. Google has updated its data for Toolbar PageRank, after giving indication that it likely wouldn’t happen before the end of the year, if at all. Many of us assumed that it was pretty much going away because it has been so long since it has been updated, after …

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Matt Cutts Tells You Why Your Site’s PageRank Isn’t Changing (Kind Of)

The question of whether or not Google Toolbar PageRank is dead has come back around, as Google’s Matt Cutts indicated the other day that we’re not likely to see an update before the end of the year. This Twitter exchange occurred on Sunday (via Barry Schwartz): @NielsBoschh I would be surprised if that happened. — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) October 6, …

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Google Pushes New Toolbar PageRank Update

Google updates toolbar PageRank about four times a year. They updated it in August, and now they’ve updated it again. As you would expect, some sites are going up, and some are going down, but in both cases, webmasters are noticing. As usual, people are taking to Twitter to voice their “excitement”. Follow @LuxAcc LuxuryAccommodations @LuxAcc First good #news for …

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Google Toolbar PageRank Gets An Update

For those of you still keeping track of your Google Toolbar PageRank, you might be happy to know that Google has updated it. Hat tip to Barry Schwartz for spotting discussion about this on the forums and Twitter. Here’s some of the Twitter excitement: @_asheridanAndy Sheridan#Google #Pagerank update today was fairly kind to me http://t.co/2FmmZLHO No homepage hikes but a …

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