Its time again!
It seems like Google has just recently updated their Pagerank values used in the toolbar.
You can check your websites and other website pageranks by searching for “Pagerank checkers” which can report back the toolbar Pagerank for any website.
It seems that this update has been a great one for bloggers and the general public even though most people have remained on roughly the same pagerank. Frankly, I was hoping that my Article Directory website would regain its PR5 status after being hacked but it seems like it is not there yet but hopefully that will change in the next update.
As always, remember that the Pagerank value is only one metric used by Google to rank your website. It is not the most important metric and Google recommend that you not worry about it and instead focus on providing much more better content to your users. Remember, that PageRank is always updating but is only reported back to users after a few months (typically 3-4 months). This is because Google do not want webmasters to be obsessed with their rank and how they compare with other websites. Work on your websites and good quality linkbacks will come naturally, which will give you a very good PageRank.
Anyway, I hope this update was a good one for you. Remember, that Google often reload some values as errors can occur. Earlier this year, Facebook was given PR0 and so the toolbar values were loaded a few days after the initial update. So be on the look up for any post-updates that may affect your website.