Google has confirmed with Search Engine Land that they are removing Toolbar PageRank. That means that if you are using a tool or a browser that shows you PageRank data from Google, within the next couple weeks, it will begin not to show any data at all.
Google explained that they still use PageRank data internally within their ranking algorithm, but the external PageRank values shown in the Toolbar are going away completely.
For years and years, Google has stripped away PageRank from their Toolbars and browsers and hasn’t updated the PageRanks core in it in years.
You may continue to see PageRank values in the toolbar for the next couple of weeks, but after that, you should no longer see it.
Learn more about Google PageRank here.
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