Google Pushes New Toolbar PageRank Update

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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".

This toolbar mythbusting article from 2010 by SEOBullshit has gotten a couple of tweets. Search Engine Roundtable points to some forum threads where the update is being discussed.

Toolbar PageRank doesn't mean a lot, but people still like to monitor it. Here's the obligatory Matt Cutts video in which he talks about toolbar PageRank:

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