There have been many criticisms recently of Google and it’s page rank algorithm. First, to the criticisms of Google itself.Has anyone noticed that Google currently indexes 4 billion odd web pages? Very few of us had the time to trod through Google’s white paper, but those who did, noticed that 4 billion is Google’s upper limit on the ability to address or identify and rank web pages. Basically, Google is full.I noticed the problem when my site: www.rankyouragent.com wasn’t getting visited very often and wasn’t being indexed properly. If you have a new site, Google appears to be very slow in adding it and noticing the new sites https://deniaviva.com
that link to you. Don’t take my word for it, feel free to Google search: “google broken” (feel free to note the irony).Technical problems aside, there is a broader algorithmic problem inherent to the page link algorithm. The basic tenet is that a link from one site to another is a vote for that site. Regrettably that algorithm is only valid in an internet where that algorithm isn’t public knowledge. Of course, everyone and their grandmothers know how Google Page Rank works.