Google PR Update

Google PR Update

From Darren of ProBlogger, the Google PR update is on its way. SEOs are excited, while I got a little curious.

Anyway, time for a quick check of some of my domains — this one has a PR of 5 and will probably stick to it after the update. To my surprise though, will (hopefully) be getting a PR upgrade of 6 as well as my webhost ( with as PR 5 to 6 as well.

Likewise, Pinoy.Tech.Blog will now be getting a PR 5 and that’s only 2 months after launching.


To check for the PageRank (PR), I used’s PageRank Prediction. It shows you your current PR alongside a predicted PR on the next update.

[tags]google, serps, pagerank, pr, seo, trustrank, sem, search[/tags]

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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6 Responses

  1. Andre says:

    Blogflux is 7 all around

  2. Rickey says:

    Abe, I think the site you are linking to is not accurate. It says that I had a PR of 6 and in the future it will be 5. In fact, it’s the other way around. I’ve always been a PR 5, and I just checked with your Blogflux and other sites, and my site is now truly a PR 6! I thought I would never move. I am so happy. I feel like I’m somebody now. Hahaha.

  3. yuga says:

    Hi Rickey,

    The PR prediction is not accurate. However, the current PR which is 6 is true for you and has already reflected on most Google datacenters.

    Congrats for the PR upgrade!

  4. Kates says:

    Mine is PR4 if prefixed with www but PR5 if not. How come?

  5. yuga says:

    Hi Kates,

    Technically, only the is actually the domain. The one with “www” is actually a subdomain. Hence, the two could have different contents altogether and thus different PR.

    It also means that people are linking to your site with the “www” instead of without it.

    P.S.: I suggest you edit your .htaccess so that all links pointing to redirects to

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