The big Google finally just updated its public facing PageRank metric. Despite PageRank not having the same level of importance that it used to in SEO, people in the industry still use it as a baseline gauge of a site’s link popularity and value. Google hadn’t updated its public toolbar PageRank since April 2010, or just over 8 months. Typically Google updates their public PageRank every quarter or so, which makes this most recent period the longest update drought that I’ve seen since I started studying SEO about sever years ago. Regardless, I was very pleased to see that the sites that I work on saw nice public bumps in this latest page rank update.
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About Brian Rothenberg
- I moved from SF to NYC to get my MBA at NYU Stern. I am part of the core start-up team at SkillSlate working to build the best site for consumers to find trusted individual service providers. I have also been a VC intern at Canaan Partners, and in a prior life I founded two other companies and worked at Yahoo!. Learn more about me.
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