Google’s Matt Cutts Explains Fluctuating Page Rank

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Google’s fluctuating page rank can be confusing.

Your new site or page might rank well initially but, after a week, it begins to drop, declining over time to a middle-of-the-pack slot. Why?

Matt Cutts, head of Google’s Webspam team, recently put together a video to explain the phenomenon.

Cutts said Google’s algorithms can, initially, have a hard time figuring out the original source of new content. Time changes that, however.

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