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Saturday, November 06, 2004
Stupid PageRank Articles, Part 3
Another stupid PageRank press release:

Google Ranking Show FresnoStateNews as Among Top News Sites
An objective analysis by Google, the Web's most popular search engine, now ranks as one of the most important collegiate news services on the Web.

Google uses a sophisticated analysis, called PageRank™, that ranks Web sites based on the nature and quality of links to that particular site. According to Google, "important, high-quality sites receive a higher PageRank, which Google remembers each time it conducts a search."

Google reports their page ranking indicates whether people on the web consider a page to be a high-quality site worth checking out. Google itself does not evaluate or endorse websites. now ranks 18th (editors note: As of Oct. 28, 2002, we have climbed to #11) in the Google analysis in the category of "College and University News Services."

And this one (kudos to ciaran_h): Jumps Up in Rankings, an international domain name registrar owned by Intercosmos Media Group Inc., recently achieved a nine of 10 PageRank rating by

Google’s "Page Rank is Google’s measure of the importance" of a webpage. directNIC recently moved up a notch to 9 of 10.

Other sites currently with a nine of 10 rating include:,,,,, and

Sites currently with an eight rating currently include:,,, and

Sites currently with a seven rating include,, and Domain name registrar Go Daddy is at two, and Bulk Register, six.

"We are very pleased with yet another affirmation that continues grow in popularity as the best stop for domain names and related services," C.E.O. Sigmund Solares, J.D, M.B.A. said.

This is getting to be a very stupid trend.
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