The next Google update

by Instructor 7 replies
Hi,

I heard that its really close.

Anyone know the exact date for sure?

Thanks...
#search engine optimization #google #update
  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hlatky
    If you are talking about a PR update, I do not think that they reveal that information.
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    Today in fact.

    Google updates their algorithms daily. I think last year they did something like 500 tweaks to the algorithm.

    Most updates go unmentioned, because they go unnoticed by all but a few people.

    Only major changes like the Caffeine update in January 2010 and the May Day update in May of 2010 attract any real attention these days.



    p.s. If you are talking about the PR update, they usually do that about every four months, usually implementing in January, May and September. But I have heard rumor that they are either slowing or stopping PR updates on the Google toolbar.
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  • Profile picture of the author HorseStall
    Google is constantly tweaking their algo, periodically they'll update the Google toolbar but they are constantly assessing backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author orvn
    Next PR update = 04/01/2011
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  • Profile picture of the author brandonbaker
    If you absolutely NEED to know the PageRank of a page, it's pretty easy to estimate by just looking into the backlink profile. Just filter out all nofollow links, and sort by highest PR. The PR of that site will usually be the highest PR dofollow link it has.
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    • Profile picture of the author Adam H
      Originally Posted by brandonbaker View Post

      If you absolutely NEED to know the PageRank of a page, it's pretty easy to estimate by just looking into the backlink profile. Just filter out all nofollow links, and sort by highest PR. The PR of that site will usually be the highest PR dofollow link it has.
      And where did you learn that peace of wisdom ? Digital point ? :rolleyes:
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