As sunforged correctly pointed out on another thread there seems to be a lot of confusion over the usage of the terms 'page rank' and 'PageRank'. Question and answers regularly appear here in the forums and in Hubs that use the terms interchangeably. PageRank is so called after its inventor Larry Page, the Page in PageRank does not refer to a physical webpage. Perhaps if Sergey Brin had invented BrinRank instead there would be less confusion. (Larry Page and Sergey Brin were the founders of Google.)
The two terms are not interchangeable and often lead to confusion when incorrectly used. PageRank is a mathematical calculation based on the amount of inbound links that point to a page, however PageRank in itself has very little to do with how a page ranks.
by Jule Romans6 years ago
Am I correct in assuming that any page rank on the "my account" page is for hubpages as a whole, not for my hubs in total? The page rank on "my profile" is for my hubs, right?PS- I, too, am...
by Anthony Goodley6 years ago
I recently created a new hub about PageRank and after I published it I remembered that it should be PageRank instead of the Page Rank that I used in my URL. I really felt like crying as it is a long hub and would be a...
by minatoku6 years ago
Hello everyoneI've been backlinking some hubs on another account like crazy for over a month. I estimate that a couple of my hubs have at least 30 quality backlinks in place, but my page rank and traffic seem to be...
by Akhil Anil6 years ago
Hey guys , I read some hub blogs that the Page Rank of Hubpages has been increased to 7. But when i checked it thru firefoxe SEOQuake I found I to be just "5".And then another problem is that the page rank for...
by ramkkasturi6 years ago
Is there any value to links between hubs by different hubbers within hub pages in google page ranking? Since most rank some where in pr2 do they have any weight attached at all?
by Susan W2 years ago
When evaluating the competition of keywords, I always check the PageRank of the first four results to see the competition. I avoid keywords that have pages with PR 4-5 since they are impossible to beat. There haven't...
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