Google made a shocking replace to PageRank this morning. It hasn’t been up to date since February, although it is normally up to date each three months. PageRank, a software used as a browser toolbar, was by no means supported by Chrome, Google’s personal browser. Help for Firefox ceased in 2011. The one browser to at the moment help the toolbar is Web Explorer. Many search engine optimization professionals assumed it was lifeless after Matt Cutts made many statements telling individuals to not anticipate an replace for some time. Matt Cutts additionally addressed it throughout his keynote at Pubcon, saying that it was proving robust to help, and the effort and time wanted to spend money on it wasn’t a precedence in the intervening time. Watch at this time’s Each day Brown Bag to find out about PageRank’s newest replace, and what it would imply for the way forward for the software.
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