Google started the PR update again. Most of my hubs went from PR0 to PR2, one hub went from PR0 to PR3. My brand new blog - <snipped link> - which is only a month old, is now PR2~
What about you? Check your hubs and post your results here!
mine was updated from 0 to a 3 and my blog is rather new (only 2 months)
That is good to know. I hate how Google only updates page rank every now and then.
Good news! Many profiles in HP had no PR for sometime.. let's see now
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