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Just now I tried it with Search Status 1.6 for Mozilla, which also shows Alexa rank. It shows the alexa rank but not the pagerank.
This is the case on two different computers which share an IP masquerading connection to my ISP.
I thought maybe Google's pagerank server was down, but I've tried a pagerank tool I found at some website and it shows the same pagerank for my pages as I had seen with my moz plugin before it stopped working.
Is this a problem with both my plugins, or is Google just not responding to requests from my place on the net (in Canada), or some other problem?
I just sat down tonight to do a bunch of website work and find this really inconvenient.
By the way, this is my first post. I've been lurking for a while but only registered just now.
I've had some problems with the gateway before. It is an old Mac running PowerPC linux. The powerpc version of the linux kernel is not as debugged as the pentium version. The other problem I see sometimes is that it locks up with no activity on the system but routing network traffic.
Toolbar rank on all other pages remained unchanged.
I cannot understand why this happened as I am careful to follow Google's guidelines, choose only relavent links, and am careful to stay away from funky SEO advice.
I sent an email to Google and am hoping to hear back, but so far I've received no word.
If I have done something worth penalizing I wish Google would let me know because I would change it
[edited by: rogerd at 3:39 am (utc) on May 28, 2005]
Whatever I say is just guessing anyway, but I could never understand why they released it anyway.
As for assesing the quality of a page, I'll do that myself thankyou very much, usually by reading what they have to say.
Still it is very exciting prospect, if there was going to be a major change.