Google Pagerank Update Prediction For 2010

Google PR Update Prediction For 2010
By now, most of us already know that Google page rank (PR) update takes place every 3-4 months once. I am not a big fan of page rank but it is still a good measurement to calculate number of quality backlink a site or page received. Pagerank is still one of the measurement factor in setting advertising value for a website or blog. Most advertisers still prefer to get a dofollow backlink from high PR relevant quality sites. Although, Google don’t allow us to sell or buy links with dofollow which may lead to penalties, there are still many bloggers and webmasters sells links that passes PR juice. Most advertisers believe that nofollow tag added link have no value at all.

Anyway, it is truly depend on the advertiser and webmaster to sell or buy dofollow links. Penalties from Google can lead to pagerank drop or pagerank removal completely regardless of 3-4 months period. It won’t take 3 or 4 months for Google to give penalty to site. This means page rank update will take place for 3 to 4 times a year. If your site drops in pagerank not during the major pagerank update means your site might get some sort of Google penalty. Let’s talk about the history of pagerank prediction. For last two years, Google updated pagerank widely to most website and blogs online just before New Year.

I have noticed that twice, once by end of 2008 and the other end of 2009. So, my guess will be the same for 2010 too. I have seen four updates taken place in year 2008 and 2009. I assume there will be four updates in 2010 too. Since, last update done before New Year that is 31st December 2009, next pagerank update most probably will take place by 31st March 2010. If Google follow that 4 months once update, then the next pagerank update will take place by 30th April 2010. The reading of following pagerank update will be adding another 90 to 120 days from March or April 2010. The same cycle goes for every pagerank update. Below is the next page rank update prediction for year 2010.

First Page Rank Update: 31st February/March 2010 – 30th April 2010

Second Page Rank Update: 30th June 2010 – 31st July 2010

Third Page Rank Update: 30th September 2010 – 31st October 2010

Fourth Page Rank Update: 31st December 2010

Google PageRank Update 2010: Last and Next

What is Google PageRank Update i.e Google PR Update?
Google PageRank update as the name suggests means updation of your PageRank by Google i.e updating your website's old PageRank and assigning your website a new Google PageRank.Though the update of PR does not have significant effect on Google rankings but still people anxiously wait for the update.

Google PageRank Update 2009 - 2010:Last and Next
January 2010 saw an update to Google’s page rank algorithm on 31 December 2009 and as such some sites have noticed either a positive or negative change to their own page rank. Page Rank has been around longer than Google has been a household name, with updates on the algorithm made on an in-frequent basis. It seems that over time the functionality has changed a fair bit, but the original formula still very much applies when it comes to determining new ranking after an update.

That full page rank algorithm was created by Larry Page at Stanford and is as follows:
PR = 0.15 + 0.85 ( PR(Backlink 1)/TotalLinks(Backlink 1) + PR(Backlink 2)/TotalLinks(Backlink 2) + … + PR(Backlink X)/TotalLinks(Backlink X) )

Most website owners and SEO programmer know that you want high PR pages to improve site authority and from there a site traffic increase should follow. Google prides itself on an ever changing and highly adaptable model, designed to improve and advance the performance of its search algorithm and ultimately the user experience. The majority of changes to the Page Rank algorithm are tweak and nips, but sadly Google don’t release the specifics, so effectively navigating this new update is a process of educated trial and error.
However, what we feel is that with Google Caffeine and the latest update is there more focus on relevant / up to date content, so if you don’t have a blog on your site and trying to get rankings you are sadly behind the times.
Search Engine Optimisation is not an exact science and this months’ page rank update is just as mysterious as the last. What is clear is that Google releases algorithm updates based on data collated and user feedback, so ultimately Google should have everyone’s best interests at heart.

Google Last PageRank Update
Last Google PageRank update was done on New Years Eve of 2010.Some relatively new websites have achieved much higher rank after this update.The next PageRank update will be scheduled by Google somewhere between February-March-April period,as update is displayed for public viewing every 4 months by Google but Google also has a habit of displaying fresh PageRank on or around New Year.In case of any early updates by Google ,readers will be notified.

Why Google doesn't Update my Website's PageRank?
It is generally a misconception that Google does not update your PageRank. You might still see the same PageRank which you have been initially assigned by Google but that does not mean that Google is not updating your PageRank. Your PageRank update is currently being processed at the Google data centers while you are reading this article.But it will be displayed only after four months for public viewing .Actually Google updates your PageRank everyday depending on the popularity of your site i.e. the number of high quality incoming links you get,yes,
PageRank is updated everyday at Google but it is only displayed quarterly for public viewing.

So, in the mean time, try to get more incoming links,so that you improve your Google PageRank.If you want the next PageRank update to bring happy news for you then try and get more incoming links before the next update is scheduled for public display.

Keyword Research Strategy - How to Research Your Keyword Using Tools

How to Research Your Keyword Context
Keyword research posts are numerous, however it is seldom brought to attention that it is not enough to just determine keyword phrases that people use to search for your topic. What else should be researched is your core term environment. What do I mean by that?

Words cannot be viewed in isolation. Words are only single units that build sentences and phrases. By looking at word units and phrases in isolation, we miss a huge part of the whole picture. How can keyword context be helpful?

*Explore neighboring terms (get a deeper understanding of the niche);
*Make your writing richer and more varied (and thus end up targeting more words);
*See the words in live context (create timely content that will be interesting to people, “speak the language of your audience”).
Let’s have a look at a few tools you can use to figure your core term context.

Research the SERPs context:
SenSebot offers a semantic analysis of Google SERP and creates a summary of it as well as its tag cloud. It also works for Google news.

Search Cloudlet is a FireFox addon that extracts words from search snippets and creates a tag cloud containing most frequent terms on each SERP. With it you will be able to see most common words that neighbor your search term in search results. If you set Google to return 100 results per page, you’ll give the tool more data to analyze and thus get more accurate tag cloud.

Urban dictionary is another user-generated site where you can find related tags for any term. It is especially useful if you need to research relaxed, slang environment.

Google sets tool lists related terms for the set of words you provide. It is essential to keep in mind what is meant by “related” here. Google sets’ technology is primarily about analyzing web lists: words that often appear within or tags or in comma-separated lists should be related. This can be applied to countries or colors, for example.
Naturally, each further word in the set influences the results returned (thus, red / green (colors) and red / green / spring (nature, seasons, joy) sets are completely different).

You can also use Twitter-based search tools - my favorite one is TwitScoop. It shows recent discussions and also graphically represents the term popularity:

How to SEO Videos – Tips and Tactics for Optimizing Online Videos

Video Marketing Tactics- Video Search Engine Optimization
Best 10 Tactics for Video Optimization:
1. Use the Keyword in the Title. Make the Title sound interesting.
2. Write approx 2 paragraphs of text for the Description.
3. Tag each video with keywords.
4. Choose proper category for each video.
5. It’s best to put a hyperlink to the target page within the Description, but before the user needs to click (more info) to see the hyperlink.
6. Upload all videos to multiple video sites (Youtube, Viddler, etc)
7. Comments help by showing interest, and by additional user-generated content (more words on the page).
8. Video responses show interest/activity.
9. Rating. Try to get as many 5 star ratings as you can
10. Views, views, and more views.

Treat the video as you would any other webpage, and begin a Link building optimization to increase the amount of Inbound links. Ideally, your objective is to increase Link popularity and Link relevancy. While building links for your off-site optimization, try to mix up textlinks and the number of Embeds. All these are Video Ranking Factors.
Good luck!!

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