What Do You Know About Google Page Rank

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 11 comments

I want to share some information about GOOGLE PAGE RANK
I believe some of you know about Google Page Rank, but I know some of you don't know about some information that I will tell you below :

  • The Page Rank score is numerical and has an unlimited number of decimal places that it is carried out. So when we see the toolbar showing a Page Rank of 5, that can be a range from 4.x - 5.x, depending upon how Google does their “rounding”
  • Google updates the Page Rank every three month. The last update on October 2008 and I expect they will update on January 2009
  • When the Page Rank is updated, it is based on old data, can be between 10-45 days old from when the update hits. It seem like stock market quoates online that are "delayed 10-15 minutes". Google "delayed" showing you the Page Rank value for months, even though they are computing the live data on a daily basis.
  • Google regularly and continually calculates the Page Rank and ranks sites based on their complex algorithm. Many people suggest and expect their algorithm, but only Google know the algorithm exactly :(
  • Google will downgrades or penalized the visible Page Rank for sites who typically sell Page Rank (link brokers and their partners).
I just know that Page Rank data when it updates is old and it is often inaccurate.
Do you believe that ???

Sources from :
  1. Google Toolbar Page Rank Update, by SEO Revolution
  2. Has Page Rank Become as "Important" as Alexa Rankings? by John Cow

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11 comments: to “ What Do You Know About Google Page Rank so far...

  • sagmondia November 7, 2008 at 5:12 PM

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  • kEvIn November 7, 2008 at 10:48 PM

    i don't know about that, all i know is the more PR u have the more your site be popular, but thanks for the info its too easy to understand

  • kEvIn November 7, 2008 at 10:49 PM

    i don't know about that, all i know is the more PR u have the more your site be popular, but thanks for the info its too easy to understand

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  • Chris November 8, 2008 at 3:08 AM

    What do you recommened in order to improve ones PR ? I am still rather new when it comes to Ranks. thanks!

  • The Success November 9, 2008 at 9:55 AM

    Hi Cris
    All you must do to increase your PR are :
    - Keep posting preferable unique topic
    - Get good traffic
    - Get back link from the higher PR sites
    and you can find the complete article at

  • shirley November 10, 2008 at 2:12 AM

    Great information, however I see that your Google PR is zero. Did Google do a recent update on PR? Mine is a zero too.

  • Rick Vaughn November 10, 2008 at 9:09 AM

    I wonder why Google waits 3 months. They claim to want to constantly be relevant but 3 months alot of big things can happen to your website.

  • The Success November 10, 2008 at 9:53 PM

    Hi Shirley
    You right.. my PR is 0
    Google penalized my blog cause of hidden link and paid link :)
    I read this on



    Hi Vaughn...
    Like you said, 3 months many things can be happen. But google role is they update every 3 months

  • Hendro November 24, 2008 at 4:37 PM

    This is what i looking for. I can start to optimize my website in a better way.

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