May people out there like me pay attention a lot to Google Page Rank as a factor that will help their website out a little bit according to Google.  The 2012 PR Update Expected Dates are expected in about the time-frames that I have put below.  One thing that you have to know is that these are estimated and not perfect though I’m pretty sure these will be the estimated dates! You can always check out our tips to improving your page rank to learn the best tips and tricks to get your page rank higher today than tomorrow.  It’s not the hardest thing in the world to do but know that PR updates take time, patience and a lot of hard work!

Google PR 2012 Update in January

  • Expected PR Update date: 30 Jan, 2012 – 6 Feb, 2012

Google PR 2012 Update in June

  • Expected PR Update date: 30 Jun – 2 July, 2012

Google PR 2012 Update in October

  • Expected PR Update date: 30 Sep – 2 Oct, 2012

Google PR 2012 Update in December

  • Expected PR Update date: 31 Dec – 3 Jan 2012

 

I hope you find these dates useful.  They should be pretty accurate and should help you to know when to expect your website to update!

John Rampton is a PPC Entrepreneur, Author, Founder at Due a finance company helping small business owners. Follow me on Twitter @johnrampton

Share your comment 2 responsesTO 2012 PR Update Expected Dates.
  • Reply
    on 22 Mar 12 at 11:37 am

    Cannot wait for the next PR update. We made our site just a month before the first one of this year and luckily got PR1. Then again, Google isn’t the type to stick to a predictable set of dates and may decide to have a PR refresh again even as soon as this month, you never know.

    • Reply
      on 22 Mar 12 at 17:28 pm

      I’ll be good to see what it goes up too. Let us know. We’d love to hear about it!

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