Google Page Rank First Update 2013 – Check Multiple PR

Confirmed: Google Page Rank (PR) has finally been confirmed on 4 February, 2013 which is the first update in the year 2013. It is one of the big factor considered by webmasters and most of the bloggers and webmasters eagerly waited for this update which is scheduled to be updated 3-4 times in a year.
Google PR is an algorithmic change in the existing websites on the internet, ranked by Google according to their quality backlinks, outbound links, website layout and structure, website authority, domain authority etc. It’s a measure of Search Engine Results Pages (SERP), higher the PR, better the position of the site in Google Search. This is one of the most important factor in terms of SEO (search engine optimization). Mostly, it also plays important role when a website is going to sell or buy, higher the page rank, higher the website value. It differs for different websites ranked from 0 to 10, for example- The Google PR of Facebook.com is 9.Google Page Rank UpdateIt is not necessarily that each websites got increase in PR, sometimes it may decreases e.g. from PR 3 to PR 1. It is also possible that a blog/site’s PR keep similar like this blog (bloggingaster.com) doesn’t get any change in its PR (2).

How To Check Google Page Rank (Multiple)-

If you’ve multiple blogs/sites and need to check all at once then you should use the MultiPageRank to check multiple PR’s at once (max 7) one url per line.Google Page Rank Update February 2013

When Next Page Rank Is Scheduled To Update?

Probably, the next Google Page Rank will be updated on around 8 May, 2013 (first week of May), it is just an expectation not confirmed.

Don’t wait anymore and check your blog or site’s updated page rank and share it with us in comments.

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