No one supposedly cares about Page Rank anymore, but I bet everyone checked theirs 🙂 Up = good. Bad = who cares about Page Rank (until next time)?
Matt Cutts answers a few questions.
Not much is new in there, apart from this clarification about continuous Page Rank calculations (on the back-end), which I don’t recall seeing published before:
“I believe that Iâ€™ve said before that PageRank is computed continuously; there are machines that take inputs to the PageRank algorithm at Google and compute the resulting PageRanks. So at any given time, a url in Googleâ€™s system has up-to-date PageRank as a result of running the computation with the inputs to the algorithm. From time-to-time, that internal PageRank value is exported so that itâ€™s visible to Google Toolbar users (see the question below for more details on the timing)“