A lost Exit78 post, recovered from Internet Archive WayBackMachine; March 2011
Darren Rowse at ProBlogger posted a couple of articles related to Googles reranking of a large number of blogs. Apparently it’s been a major topic on a lot of blogs in the last day or so — at least in many the blogs that are making money for their owners.
I’ve never paid much attention to blog or web rankings. I just do what I do and don’t worry too much about stuff like that.
However, I thought that with all of this hubbub over PageRank, I’d check to see where my blogs fell out.
Rowse’s problogger.net has a ranking of 4 today.
This blog has a ranking of 0, but the website has a ranking of 3. My photoblog has a PageRank of 0. All of my other blogs have a 4 and their associated websites have a 3.
I don’t know what it means — but I’m not going to worry about it.
I’ve got some outside stuff I need to be working on.
Comments on “Google PageRank – what’s that?”
October 25, 2007
teeni @ 8:07 pm
I do think these things get more attention than they deserve and people worry too much about them. I’m thinking that “activity” at a site is really what is important, not some rankings that can be influenced by things that shouldn’t matter. Activity could be a combination of comments, hits, subscriptions, etc., because that is what is going to make your site more attractive to advertisers or to make money yourself. That’s just my opinion.
October 26, 2007
Rose @ 11:41 am
A pagerank of 4 is good. Backlinks play a very big role in Google’s pagerank algorithm.