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This is my website: Aviene.pl. I have scanned it by the website valuation tool. My website is 2.9 years old (this is what that tool shows, and that's the truth) but unfortunately every tool shows that my PageRank is 0 or "no data". What should I do to make PageRank working on my website? Should I include a special script to make it work or maybe a file with some code on my server? Please help, I can`t find anything about this situation.

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  • Website is old it does not mean that it deserve page rank...It depends on backlinks from high PR sites , Good content and many other SEO stuff. – Helping Hands Aug 6 '15 at 8:29
  • So why on that kind of tools we can still see it? I didnt know whats going on - every site I`ve done had the same PR problem - I thought that I may forget about something special. – Aviene Aug 6 '15 at 8:55
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    Please read answer of @zigojacko - As He says The visible PageRank that you will be able to access in any tool/browser extension (toolbar PageRank) has not been updated since December 2013. – Helping Hands Aug 6 '15 at 8:57
  • Okay, thank you very much for your supportive answers. – Aviene Aug 6 '15 at 9:01
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    My Pleasure...:) – Helping Hands Aug 6 '15 at 9:02
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The visible PageRank that you will be able to access in any tool/browser extension (toolbar PageRank) has not been updated since December 2013.

It has been pretty much discontinued so don't expect it to update again in the future. There is no "official" announcement as such but it has come from Google that it is unlikely that it will be updated ever again.

Subsequently, any domains with no authority prior to the second half of 2013 will show as 0 PageRank or 'no data' if it has never been measured.

Focus your attention on much more worthwhile and meaningful metrics instead. PageRank was never a metric worth chasing in the first place which is part of the reason why Google have abandoned the public-facing instance of it.

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