What does this mean for your article, is it doing badly or you should not worry for it
Don't worry about it.
PR doesn't update automatically.
It will take a while for it to be of a respectable level anyway, even if it has plenty of authority.
sometimes you can get to the first page with a p/r n/a, anyways. If not, it just takes sometime to update.
I was looking through my hubs tonight and one of mine reached PR 4! yippee!! (Most of the others are at 3 and aren't budging). So 4 is exciting for me.
In my experience, almost all hubs reach PR 3, without any 'work' building backlinks.
Considering that I haven't done much active link building, I'm pretty darn pleased. Hubpages is awesome that way!
@ darkside, thanks am developing that patient
@ girly_girl09, Great response, actual two of hubs just recently published are on the first page but with no PR n/a. Am just learning through you guys.
Um...where do I FIND the PR #s for my Hubs? Are we talking the Google Page Rank Tool here, or something really cool I missed entirely (like most of my third marriage)?
I'm not quite sure what the Google Page Rank Tool is...program or site or something?
I use SEO Quake for Firefox...it's free and awesome. You can conveniently turn it off and on with the little icon that displays in the lower right hand bottom of the browser. (I only leave it on when I'm doing research as it gets in the way of normal browsing)
No, it is not spyware. AdSpy is a premium (not free) program that is optional to purchase. It allows you to find other sites that a particular Google Adsense Publisher ID is on. So, you could theoretically find all of someone's websites by using this tool.
Hm. I probably said it wrong. Haven't used it in "forever", but used to be I could type in "google page rank" as a Google search term and a hit for a page rank checker would pop up that was actually a page on Google itself. Or so my feeble memory asserts, anyway. But now that doesn't work (just tried it), so either I was wrong in the first place or Google doesn't provide it any more.
As to Firefox, I understand the touted benefits and actually have it on my computer...but have never EVER been able to get along with it. Personality conflict or something.
But thanks for answering my query!
by Anamika S Jain 5 years ago
I think a Google Page rank update happened today. I spend 15-18 hours working on the internet. A few minutes ago I noticed that one of my domains have gone from PR0 to PR2. I checked all my major sites and found changes in most of them. Some moved up on PR and some lost.
by Jack Lee 3 years ago
The current hub score is ok but not a great measurement of a hub or the quality of the "title." I would like to suggest adding a new column that shows the current Google Page Rank number of the hub. This information may be obtained currently by using one of the SEO rank checker such as -...
by DeanKeaton259 8 years ago
Hey guys, are all of the hubs on hubpages capped at PR 3? I'm curious because I don't think I've ever seen a hub with a PR above 3. Are there any hubs that have a PR > 3? If so, could you provide some examples?
by John Coviello 5 years ago
Do Any Hubbers Have Google Page Rank Above 6?Delving further into SEO, I looked at the Google Page Rank for HubPages (which for the whole site is 6) and for my subdomain (which is currently 4). Does anyone on HubPages have a Google Page Rank above 6?
by Susan W 4 years ago
When evaluating the competition of keywords, I always check the PageRank of the first four results to see the competition. I avoid keywords that have pages with PR 4-5 since they are impossible to beat. There haven't been any PR updates this year or last year so I had to raise the question; is PR...
by Akhil Anil 8 years ago
Hey guys , I read some hub blogs that the Page Rank of Hubpages has been increased to 7. But when i checked it thru firefoxe SEOQuake I found I to be just "5".And then another problem is that the page rank for my hubs are listed as "n/a" . Should my hubs also be getting the same...
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