In theory, PageRank seems like a good way to know what pages users Industry Email List are looking for and to ensure that users are seeing the best and safest pages that match their search criteria. And obviously, Google still uses PageRank to some extent in its ranking algorithm. But, as I mentioned before, by the end of 2013, the public-facing tool was Industry Email List practically pushing the daisies. So what's wrong? The short answer is: SEO has gone too far. With the advent of the PR toolbar, PageRank has been adopted as the ranking signal to optimize. What came next was a wave of link farms and link spam.
Unscrupulous Industry Email List SEOs have tried to game the Industry Email List system and artificially boost their PageRank score. Buying “high PR” links became its own industry, and agencies began selling the service to companies around the world. In response, Google cracked down on black-hat SEO practices and began depreciating PageRank. They also became clearer about their ranking process. It didn't take long before Google removed PageRank data from Webmaster
Tools (now Google Search Console). Google has Industry Email List explained why multiple times: “We've been telling people for a long time that they shouldn't focus too much on PageRank; many site owners seem to think this is the most important metric to track, which is simply not true. We removed it because we thought it was ridiculous to tell people not to think Industry Email List about it, but then show them the data, implying that they should look at it. :-),” said Google’s Susan Moskwa.