Msg#: 3366057 posted 7:52 am on Jun 13, 2007 (gmt 0)
Its a common question on this forum. Could be a few different reasons. Any or non of the following:
Your domain could be banned form Google. It could be that your looking at the Toolbar PageRank which isnt a true reflection of your pagerank. Google may have found the link to your subdomain, passed PR value but the googlebot has yet to reach your domain.
Have a look at some previous comments: [google.com...]
Msg#: 3366057 posted 10:22 am on Jun 13, 2007 (gmt 0)
Maybe it's a Google bug?
I looked at a Google cache of a page in a well known and respected site with a PR3 a couple of weeks ago with a cache date of early may. Now the page seems to have disappeared from the index, as well as the cache.
Msg#: 3366057 posted 7:21 pm on Jun 15, 2007 (gmt 0)
There have indeed been some issues going on with Google's page-cache display in recent weeks. I believe this was acknowledged by some of the Google personnel attending the recent SMX Advanced Conference in Seattle.
If it's due to this current bug at Google, I expect it'll get resolved within a few days/weeks.
Additionally, you didn't add a META tag onto the page to direct the search engines not to display the cache, did you? If so, you could've caused the cached version to be unavailable.