The Birth Of the Andriodland; Aussies Get To Experience First

Finally, Android will have its own place. It is called the Androidland. It is more like ‘Disneyland’ of Android gadgets with its theme-park-esque wherein visitors get a chance to experience the Android world is an amazing way. Big screen Angry Birds playing as well Google Earth navigation, all these and more when you visit the 15sqm place in Bourke Street Melbourne Telstra outlet.

Among the millions of Android fans, Aussies will get to experience the place more that anyone else. This is the first time that Google collaborated with a mobile carrier, Telstar for that matter, to promote their mobile operating system. This is just going to be the start of having such kind of place as it would surely be spreading into the world in the next few years.

Steps to Determine Your Invisible Page Rank

I know there were already a lot of articles around the internet regarding this topic. But I just want to share what I know through experience regarding invisible pagerank. Invisible Pagerank is your rank, or how Google loves your website but this measure cannot be seen publicly. Even if your using different Pagerank Checkers, you cannot obtain the invisible PR, simply because it’s invisible. It’s not translucent and obviously not opaque at all.

There are different factors to consider in order to determine your invisible Pagerank. You can check the time spent until your new post was crawled by the magical Google robots, you can check the rank for a specific keyword in different Google datacenters, or you can compare it with your blog that has a public page rank.

So how will you compare? You can compare it by posting something that wasn’t indexed in Google.com. For example, I’ll post a random string like 34202049APAPBLAOS or anything that you can think of that has 0 results in Google. Enter this string also to another blog with a visible Page Rank. For instance, your other blog has a public PR of 1. If you entered the same strings in both blogs, wait for it to get indexed. If the other blog ranks higher that your PR1 blog, then obviously, the other blog has a higher PR. You can now assume that it’s PR is between 2 above.
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