Page Rank Explained

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  1. bravoman2

    bravoman2 New Member

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    Page Rank is a convoluted subject in the Seo world and most do not know how to apply actual PR to their site. First of all, if you get a link from a site you have to look at the page. That is why it is called page rank. If is zero, then the link you get is zero, which is the truth. I don't care if you go to delicious and get a link, the link is zero.

    Now how to increase page rank; get links from higher pr sites than yours and they have to link back without the nofollow attribute, or you will not get the PR juice back to your site.

    You have two options, get a bunch or thousands of PR zero's or get a few PR 6's back to you site, that is the difference between link building, and quality link building.
     
  2. 4goodhosting

    4goodhosting New Member

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    What exactly do you want to do?
     
  3. bermuda

    bermuda New Member

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    It is useful to gain some one-way links which come from quality spots and if the PageRank scores of the pages are high, their impacts on ranks could be better and bigger most of the time. The fact is that PR is one factor still considered by Google to examine linking structures of domains over the net but a higher PR will not necessarily lead to finer ranks over the net, this matter can be observed by finding low PR sites doing very well because of better links they have and stronger contents.

    When it comes to increasing PR scores of domains, it is recommended to gather even a few links from relevant spots, with a few outgoing links and with higher PR values. For example, even one link from homepage of a PR5 domain can be enough to push PR score of a site which currently is zero. But the suggested way towards building links as named is trying to find and gather relevant links which contain the primary anchors. Gradually, such links will help the sites having finer ranks.
     
  4. mike09

    mike09 New Member

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    Page rank is important when it comes to google search results. This is because most searchers reach the first 3 pages and stop with that while searching for products or services. Therefore good page ranking is a must when we are to reach potential customers.

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  5. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    You have no idea what this thread is about do you?


    http://webmaster-talk.eu/en/article...g-and-search/search-engines/5-google-pagerank
     
  6. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Guest

    PageRank is Google's method of measuring a page's "importance." When all other factors such as Title tag and keywords are taken into account, Google uses PageRank to adjust results so that sites that are more "important" will move up in the results page of a user's search accordingly.
    That is, the order of ranking in Google works like this:
    1) Find all pages matching the keywords of the search.
    2) Rank accordingly using "on the page factors" such as keywords.
    3) Calculate in the inbound anchor text.
    4) Adjust the results by PageRank scores.
     
  7. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    REAL PageRank is, SGB (toolbar) PageRank is NOT!
     
  8. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    It's 2016

    The so-called sandbox phenomena ONLY existed between 2005 and ~2009.

    Try and catch up with us.
     
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  9. hariandro95

    hariandro95 New Member

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    Let me tell my opinion on pagerank..Actually Google follows the 200 Factors give the ranking such as factors like keyword utilization in url, keyword density, domain age, backlinking. etc..But No one know the exact process that Google follow to rank websites on SERP. That is said that if you have great content and quality backlinks and relevant user stuff there are chances to rank on top results of SERP. Is it ryt respected staff member Chrishirst??
     
  10. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Wrong, wrong WRONG!!

    The "200 factors" was FIFTEEN YEARS AGO, there has been many, many, MANY upgrades, alterations additions etc. since them, a conservative guess puts the numbers at over FIVE hundred now

    and; ... None of these;

    are 'important' or even 'useful' any more.
    This 1990's obsession with "SEO by Numbers" (a formulaic approach) is more likely to hurt your 'rankings' than help it.
     
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  11. hariandro95

    hariandro95 New Member

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    well said mr chrishirst..But still page rank depends on google factors only na.
     
  12. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    If we are talking about PageRank, as in the imagined 'value' from the long since dead 'green bar' on the 'Google tool bar', that 'depends' on ONE factor ONLY. Namely, the PageRank 'value' assigned to the URLs that link to the target document URL which of course, you cannot see any more after Google removed from their toolbar AND after they had stopped updating that a couple or three years before.

    But if you mean 'page rank' as in where a URL happens to appear in the query results, therein lies a whole different kettle of fish; http://webmaster-talk.eu/articles/1...earch-engines/4-rankings-and-the-google-dance as no two people are likely to see the same results for an identically worded search, which is why 'rankings' are a poor metric of how your SEO is working.
     

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