If you're interested, the Google PageRank which appears in the Toolbar has not been updated since November, 2012. Matt Cutts just announced that it probably won't be updated by the end of 2013:
(However, PageRank continues to be updated daily behind the scenes.)
How can we tell what to use as related articles and resources for hubs without page rank per Google? I have had trouble with this and now know why. Thanks for info.
Guess that's why I stopped worrying about Google Page rank and just worry about readership. I had no idea it wasn't working.
by Aficionada6 years ago
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by Aficionada7 years ago
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