Forums Poll on PageRank's Future

May 31, 2005 - 8:44 am 2 by
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With this week's PageRank Hysteria many forums started polls at to what Google should do with that (as Mike Grehan would say, but I am making it more techie) "Green Pixel Dust".

At Cre8asite Forums a member posts a poll asking How would you redesign the Google PR bar? with four options: (1) No more little green bar, please. (2) I don't like it, but I don't want it to go away either. (3) Give the PR bar more power and information. (4) Leave the PR bar as is.

So far there are only three votes, two for number one and one for number three.

At Search Engine Watch Forums an other poll is taking place, asking Should Google remove PR from the Toolbar? with the following options: (1) Yes, remove PR from the Toolbar Altogether (2) No, but update it once a month (3) No, but update it every 3 months (4) No, but replace it with another Ranking Method

This poll has 26 votes so far. 13 go for answer one, 9 for answer two, 1 for answer three, and 3 for answer four.


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