Google has updated the PageRank of websites for the first time in 2008. And first time they immediately showed to one person that their must or could be a bug in their PageRank system. For most people this PageRank went smooth but for others it didn’t go exactly as expected.
For one particular webmaster it was like a new years gift from Internet god. Google updated his website PageRank to PR10. This must have been a bug because this was a fairly new site that wasn’t even over 2 years of age.webmaster didn’t even know what had happened. Although after a bit of research it seemed that at the moment that the PageRank update was going, his site was redirected to Google.com. Due to a bug Google gave his website immediately a PR10.
This leads to the theory that if you create a website yourself, and you redirect it to another website that has got a different PageRank that the PageRank will be carried on onto your website?
Since this happened already in 2004 when a “brilliant programmed fooled Google?, this must be a serious programming error in the Reverse Algorithms that they use.
According to this latest PR-update it’s obvious that Google has not yet fixed this serious bug. I found somewhere on the internet how people are able to do this but I’m not posting this here, you can search for yourself as it’s not hard to find. I doubt that the method that those authors mention will really work?