A new PR (Page Rank) update has been felt by the internet community today.
Opposite to the statement of Matt Cutts in Twitter last October, Google finally publicized the ranking of budding and developing websites.
@NielsBoschh I would be surprised if that happened.
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) October 6, 2013
Luckily this SEO website also felt the huge jump in PR (from PR n/a to PR 2).
Don’t be bothered if it would take a long time for the PR of your pages to update. Google seldom updates the PR of the indexed web pages across the internet every year. You can also freely use (but limited unless premium member) some tools to show the metrics of your site. For me, they are actually the very tools that I use for checking the data relevant to Google’s PR:
Majestic SEO – Citation Flow and Trust Flow Feature
Ahrefs - URL Rank and Domain Rank Feature
Open Site Explorer – Domain Authority and Page Authority Feature
Ever had problems with page ranking of your site or inner pages? See the quick video of Matt Cutts below.
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