DigitalPoint Says Google's PageRank Is a Glitch

May 30, 2005 • 8:56 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

Yesterday we reported on forums that were discussing the recent blackout we have been seeing with the Google PageRank Value's Being Null. DigitalPoint makes a very technical point, where he believes that this PageRank thing will not being going away (at least today). He believes there is a technical glitch, his reasoning:

(1)Google lists PageRank on the Toolbar as a Toolbar feature still

(2) toolbarqueries.google.com is still a working subdomain. If they dropped it, might as well drop the sub-domain since that's all it's used for

(3) A query from the toolbar to Google for PageRank gives an error that looks like someone made a boo-boo when configuring the allowed/disallowed IPs (like someone disallowed all instead of allowed all).

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