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    Pagerank

    What's the difference between PageRank and Toolbar PageRank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajbir123 View Post
    What's the difference between PageRank and Toolbar PageRank?
    There isn't any difference other than what you see in the toolbar is usually months out of date.

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    No idea apart from they are both all but irrelevant, similar to dinosaurs they are from a bygone era -----------the gargle internet stone age era

    PageRank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    We passed the algorithm back through a time capsule to be analyzed by

    Albert Einstein

    He found the maths to be flawed

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    More or less both are same. If you get a pagerank in your browser tool bar it is tool bar pagerank

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    Quote Originally Posted by britishguy View Post
    No idea apart from they are both all but irrelevant, similar to dinosaurs they are from a bygone era -----------the gargle internet stone age era

    PageRank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    The Pagerank has less of a correlation to how a site ranks. But is still important to determine how many pages Google indexes.

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    PageRank is not completely irrelevant. It is still an important indicator of penalties that have been applied to individual pages. This doesn't apply to new web pages, but does apply to web pages that are more than a few months old.

    For example, for almost three years Google has been on a vendetta to penalize link sellers. Almost all directories have a gray-bar PageRank (no value) for all of the inner pages. When there isn't any PageRank applied to a page, there isn't any link value to pass to another web site. The PageRank of a directory's home page is irrelevant. That only PageRank value that gets passed it the one on the page where a site's link appears.

    Almost every "link page" in a web site also displays a gray-bar PageRank. Link pages are pages with links to other sites, but have no real content on the page.

    Although Google doesn't officially call it a penalty, duplicate content also results in a gray-bar PageRank. Autoblogs, sites set up using Yahoo answers content, and other duplicate content almost all show a gray-bar PageRank for all of the pages with duplicate content.

    PageRank can also be used as an indicator that link juice is flowing to inner pages in a site. If the page is buried too deep in a site and has no external links pointing to it, it will have a gray-bar or zero value for the PageRank. Ideally, every page in a site that is more than about 4 months old should have a PageRank value, even if the value is zero. Gray-bar PageRank indicates no value, which is worse than zero.
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    Page Rank incrementation is simplified on the Google toolbar from PR0 to PR10, the real data from Google you can have is PR 3,345 that's the difference I can see.

    I don't think Page Rank is a reliable system, as spammers can easily take advantage of your PR and destroy a PR page that is not heavily linked. So you may have a PR+ today and PR0 another day, then the PR goes back up later when Google caught the spammers.

    To avoid manipulations I think Google should display the PR of all the pages only on the webmasters tool.

    For example: Webmasters will be able to see the PR of all their pages on the webmasters tool and not the PR of other webmaster's sites, which will reduce manipulations, as simple as that.
    Last edited by Franc Tireur; 17 March, 2010 at 03:55 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    PageRank is not completely irrelevant. It is still an important indicator of penalties that have been applied to individual pages. This doesn't apply to new web pages, but does apply to web pages that are more than a few months old.
    PageRank still matters as you say. But not in the way that many people think that it applies to search ranking. Google uses something that many people call internal PR or "linkjuice" to rank a site.

    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Although Google doesn't officially call it a penalty, duplicate content also results in a gray-bar PageRank. Autoblogs, sites set up using Yahoo answers content, and other duplicate content almost all show a gray-bar PageRank for all of the pages with duplicate content.

    PageRank can also be used as an indicator that link juice is flowing to inner pages in a site. If the page is buried too deep in a site and has no external links pointing to it, it will have a gray-bar or zero value for the PageRank. Ideally, every page in a site that is more than about 4 months old should have a PageRank value, even if the value is zero. Gray-bar PageRank indicates no value, which is worse than zero.
    Matt Cutts goes into detail about how PageRank effects the crawl, duplicate content and site architecture in an interview with Eric Gange. The interview may be found here: Matt Cutts Interviewed by Eric Enge - Google Crawl and Site Architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by Natural Elements View Post
    To avoid manipulations I think Google should display the PR on all the pages only webmasters tool.
    I don't think that the removal of PageRank in the Google toolbar will happen soon. PageRank is one of the greatest marketing tools of all time. Eleimination of PR showing in the toolbar would take away a competitive advange that makes Google a market leader in search.

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    There is no difference between both of them when the a website opens the toolbar shows the pr of the website so it means the pr of website not for the toolbar.....................

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    only google can see real PR and toolbar pagerank for whole world
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