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Chrome Indicates end of PR????

Discussion in 'Google' started by hbseo, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. #1
    Hi,
    SEMrush
    Google's new browser Chrome has been launched, but it does not support Google Toolbar, does it indicate that its end of PageRank (PR) ?
     
    hbseo, Sep 4, 2008 IP
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  2. johnvixen

    johnvixen Active Member

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    What made you come to that conclusion?
     
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  3. lowster11

    lowster11 Peon

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    Since it is Beta, maybe they are waiting?
     
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  4. hbseo

    hbseo Peon

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    yes may be its beta stage, but in my opinion Google would have came out with browser to support all its other products. I guess they might come out with updated version of toolbar with some new technology.
     
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    vjlenin Active Member

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    It's in beta and the best browser out there. Such fast. It will start to get slower as new things get added. Like google toolbar of course. I mean pagerank is their greatest invention, not chrome.
     
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  6. hbseo

    hbseo Peon

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    yes pagerank is great invention but since recent past it has no importance in SERP
     
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    lightlysalted Active Member

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    #7
    It won't mean the end of PR. In fact if anything Google will be using it to further promote it's PR calculation.
     
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    vinnyband Guest

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    So it is the end of all toolbars! You should wait , for sure they will launch a lot of add-ons
     
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    Kerunai Active Member

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    i hope they will reset all ranking and set all PR to zero back lol

    hahahahaha
     
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  10. jquindlen

    jquindlen Well-Known Member

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    #10
    chrome is terrible. It's a resource hog, and the last thing we need is another browser to code for :(
     
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    godsofchaos Peon

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    #11
    PageRank denotes the Value of a website in Google's eyes.

    Chrome is a browser through which you can surf the web quite smoothly.

    Toolbar sends the data to Google for usage statistics (Voluntary)

    Chrome sends the data to Google for usage statistics (Voluntary)

    Both sends the data so that they can assign proper PageRank to the websites that really deserve them.​

    The fact that Google launched Chrome, according to me, is a big sign that PageRank will stay forever and the accuracy of pagerank just got better!!
     
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  12. hbseo

    hbseo Peon

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    #12
    may be you are right, but still there is no support for Google toolbar on Chrome
     
    hbseo, Sep 4, 2008 IP
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    #13
    The fact that Google Chrome doesn't come with the Google Toolbar doesn't mean anything about Pagerank. I'm sure they will allow plugins to be written, just like Firefox, later on.
     
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    #14
    Google toolbar is something which simply displays pagerank, you can find out pagerank from many other sources. The reason it doesn't support it is because it is in beta stages, quite obviously.
     
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    angilina Notable Member

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    Chrome is just launched. You need to wait for some time before you will see addons, toolbar etc for Chrome.
     
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    #16
    I like Google Chrome. It's faster then all the other browsers I've been using before. True, a little PR icon would be cool, but since Google has revised the whole PR system latley, it'll take some time for many sites to re-obtain their new revised PR, just like my Ralf Engel dot Com blog.
     
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    finally..as i think few years ago about google.. to create a browsing platform for better searching on teh net.

    browser - > search engine ...google ownz !
     
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    The Gmail is still Beta after so many years of it launch what do you Expect from Chrome
     
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    Google didn't create chrome for webmasters alone. They created it for users for now and maybe they will create add ons for webmasters in their next update.
     
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    Phultu Peon

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    #20
    First things first. Chrome is still in beta. It is not the final version.

    There are tens of other things in the Google Toolbar as well, so why only Pagerank? The question should be does it indicate the end of Google Toolbar? Not Pagerank in specific.

    I personally think that it is NOT the ended of Google Pagerank or the toolbar itself.

    -Phultu
     
    Phultu, Sep 4, 2008 IP