Yahoo Finally Hits a PageRank of 10!

May 7th, 2007 | Categories: SEO, networks, off topic, social media

Yahoo logoWow… it should took awhile, but Yahoo finally hit the magic mark. Ironically, only a month ago I wrote a blog post asking when Yahoo would reach a PageRank of 10. I guess the PageRank gods were listening.

Yahoo joins an elite, exclusive group which includes the likes of Google, Adobe, Real, Macromedia, Apple, and the New York Times to name a few. It was obvious that the search engine giant would eventually hit the mark. it was just a matter of time - and, well, back-links.

So what does this mean? Nothing really. It just means that Yahoo is a PageRank 10. Well, and that Google doesn’t have complete bragging rights. Although Google does dominate the search engine arena in terms of market share.

I can’t wait til Google hits 11… if indeed it is possible. Once again, Yahoo would be playing catch up.

So when will MappingTheWeb hit a PageRank of 10? Who knows… but if you link to me, I will be one step closer. This is my obvious attempt at link-bait. Please give in to the urge. Much appreciated.

PS. Yahoo still holds the #1 Alexa rank. Take that Google! Urrgghhh…


  1. StockTube Says:

    apple only commands pagerank of 9 currently … don’t worry i believe mappingtheweb will be joining the club one of ths day …

    cheers …

  2. Aidan Says:


    Apple used to be a 10 a couple month ago, but you’re right. They dropped to a 9. Thanks for the heads up.

    Thanks for the encouragement with respect to MappingTheWeb as well ;)


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