Yes boys and girls! Another major PR update occurred yesterday and my PageRank is still the same. I know some domain owners who gained PR from PR6 to 7 and some domains declined its PR. Some PR0 sites increase to PR4, some remained, just like my domain, and some or not lucky enough to have a PR increase.
Yep, another PR update occurred a few days ago. Majority of the domains that gained PR, rolled back to their original PR. Some maintained their PageRank, and some gained a +1 PageRank after the last PR update. A few sites gained PageRank twice, but those are new sites from PR0 who gained PR2 last June 27, and promoted to PR3 last July 18.
I just noticed that another major Google PR update has occurred yesterday, July 18, 2011. I noticed a lot of sites returned to their original PageRanks after the June 27, 2011 major PR update. Some sites that gained +1 PR, rolled back to their original PageRank, such as PlurkThemes.com (PR7 to PR6), Ajalapus.com (PR6 to PR5), SachaChua.com (PR6 to PR5), Jehzlau-Concepts.com (PR6 to PR5), and other notable Filipino blogs.
If you haven’t noticed yet, Twitter’s PageRank is now zero. There’s a minor PR update last July 16, 2011, and only few website owners noticed this. The last major PR update was last June 27, 2011. I also noticed PR6 and PR7 sites that are now PR0, such as Circolo Sormani, and other well-known websites and blogs.
The Google PageRank or PR update this 27th day of June 2011 made a lot of people happy, but made a whole lot more people sad. Why? Because a lot gained a PageRank increase, but a whole lot more was PR slapped. Those who are affected negatively by the recent Panda 2.2 Google algorithm update are also affected negatively in the recent PR update.
Based on my observation and analysis, high PR blogs that are now PR 0 are negatively affected by the recent Panda update. But blogs that suffered a decrease in PR by -2 or -3, are not seriously affected by the recent Panda algorithm.