Archives Tag: Google PageRank

PageRank Update for 2010

Well, on the other hand, it looks like Google didn’t completely waste today’s holiday. It appears there has been an export of PageRank numbers across the board. I’m seeing a lot of new PR6’s for my sites and a lot of internal PageRank updates as well. Go Google Go!

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PageRank Update 2008

There is a public PageRank export happening today, with definitive confirmation from Matt Cutts. But please note, PageRank is updated everyday internally at Google, this is simply the public facing number that is updated. You aren’t going to see a massive jump in rankings or a massive decrease in rankings because internally, your PageRank is […]

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Hackers Stealing Your PageRank

John Mueller of Google Zürich wrote a pretty enticing article about PageRank and PageRank hi-jacking. Here is a quick excerpt from the beginning of his article, A different angle of attack is to redirect only search engine crawlers to a different site. By doing this, they can make it look like the pages of a […]

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PageRank Patent to Expire?

I have talked about the PageRank patent before on this blog, but it’s time that we bring up the discussion again. Today, news has been spreading across the web about how the patent office is changing its policies on what you are and are not allowed to patent. The Patent and Trademark Office has now […]

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AdWords Third-Party Integration: Atlas + Tumri

The Google AdWords team has certified and accepted two new integration partners for AdWords Third-Party Integration. This is great news for customers utilizing Atlas and Tumri for campaign management. Here is the most current list of third-party integrations available to AdWords. The following third parties are supported: North America: Ad servers Atlas (www.atlassolutions.com) DoubleClick (www.doubleclick.com) […]

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Blogger Launches New Blog List Feature

Blogger launched a new page element for Blogger templates yesterday. You can now add a Blog List to your site. Something to note about these new Blog Lists is that they are search engine friendly. The links will pass PageRank to the links in your Blog List and will help attribute their reputation, as PageRank […]

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PageRank Update for April 2008

It’s that time of year again, another PageRank update. Google started exporting their PageRank values to the public. So what does this mean for you? Absolutely everything nothing! Google’s rankings will not change drastically because of this export. Google is internally updating PageRank on a, well, probably a daily basis. Many folks who have the […]

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More Google Backlinks, for Free!

Google’s at it again with more of those lovely free backlinks we love. This one comes to us directly as a freebie (almost). With just a little effort on your part, Google could include you in their backlinks today! Today, we’re looking at http://services.google.com/websiteoptimizer/. SELand’s Andrew Goodman wrote up an article about the Google Website […]

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Google Toolbar PageRank Updates 2008

The “word” of PageRank certainly does spread like wildfire around here [in the Blogosphere]. First Barry, then Loren, all sparked up by a few forum threads. So we’re back to talking about PageRank, yet again. We talked about links and pagerank a couple months ago, so actually, it hasn’t been all that recent. But looking […]

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Google Supports iPhone Unlocking

I have discussed Google and Apple’s mutual love for each other already, but this one comes as, well, only a little bit of a surprise. The surprise comes in the form of an AdWords advertisement I noticed in my Gmail.

Apple has already come outrightly and stated that they will fight the unlocking and discontinue any support for those people that do unlock their iPhones. But Google is more than happy to take advertiser’s money in lieu of Apple’s position?

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