Google Page Rank(PR) Third Update August 2012 – Check Multiple PR’s

Google has updated the Page Rank (PR) of almost all websites or blogs 3-4 times in a year. This is the third Google page rank update in the year 2012, the last minor PR update was on 3 May, 2012 and PR has been updated first time on 6 February, 2012. I registered this domain (bloggingaster.com) on 10 March, 2012, then publish 1 or 2 post in a week. I got 2 out of 10 in the first PR update in May, 2012 while this time Google disappointed me, the Page rank of my blog (bloggingaster.com) reduced to 1/10. Most of newbies thinks that once they got high PR then Google never decreases it but it’s absolutely wrong, the result is my blog. Because of busy schedule and running a number of blogs, i was unable to publish posts on regular basis, the results is here. Somewhere the backlinks from high PR websitesalso helpful to improve the PR of the blog.

Anyway, if you’ve lost your PR or get a High PR, in both cases you should continue your blogging on regular basis otherwise Google is much smart than us.Google Page Rank Update
Dates of Page Rank Update in 2012-First Major Update – 6 February, 2012
Second Minor Update – 3 May, 2012
Third Major Update – 2 August, 2012
Google Page Rank is the measure of Search Engine Results Pages (SERP) of a website or blog. Higher the Page Rank, better the position of your website in the Google search results. Sometimes, we saw some blogs have very low PR but always comes to first page of Google, don’t confused. In such cases, the frequency of Publishing posts also matters, I am sure they’re running some news, results, daily jobs or gossips websites.
Here is the direct link to check multiple Page Ranks and Alexa Rank at once in a single click, just enter upto 7 Urls in one time-
Click here to check Updated Google Page Rank – Mutiple Urls at once

1 thought on “Google Page Rank(PR) Third Update August 2012 – Check Multiple PR’s”

  1. I would really like to add that the bounce rate happens to be an important seo factor in our days simply because the rate in which people bounce
    back displays relevance to Google.

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