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Traffic Boosted from 200 to 600 after rising Google Page Rank

  1. profile image53
    mcxniftycallsposted 5 years ago

    Last month I checked my Google Page Rank and it was "NA" (0). This month on 04 Feb my sub-domain's page rank raise to 2 (two) and next day my page views increased from 180-200 to 500 and getting continuous page views in 500-700 range from 48 Hubs.
    And search engine traffic increased from 80-120 to 300-370 and it is continuous from last 7 days.
    Even some of my hubs are not getting search engine traffic started getting some little traffic from Google.
    Is it a effect of rising Google's Page Rank?

    http://s2.hubimg.com/u/7675585_f248.jpg

    1. AMFredenburg profile image77
      AMFredenburgposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      How exactly does someone do this?

      1. profile image53
        mcxniftycallsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        AMFredenburg, what you actually asking about to do? Checking Page Rank or something else?

    2. mitowrite profile image76
      mitowriteposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Maybe it's because of the Penguin Update. Google updates it's algorithm once in a while, known as the Google Penguin Update. It reshuffles the search results in order to provide higher quality for people using Google search. It can be good or bad for your hubpage, but I see it brought more to your hubs.

  2. Cute Edge profile image74
    Cute Edgeposted 5 years ago

    yes, how does one achieve this feat?

    1. profile image53
      mcxniftycallsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Page rank can be achieved by writing more and more original and high quality content that people like to spent time reading. Google Page Rank is actually a amount of trust on your website (domain or sub domain) which is ranged from 0 -10. 0 is minimum and 10 is maximum.

      1. Rock_nj profile image93
        Rock_njposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        The quality of the work and the quality of the backlinks to your Hubs are the main factors that affect Google Page Rank for your HubPages subdomain.  If you can create backlinks to your Hubs from sites with high Pank Rank, it will help boost your Page Rank.  Anyone know who has the highest Page Ranks at HubPages?  Just wondering how high we can reasonable get here?

  3. Mathewson profile image78
    Mathewsonposted 5 years ago

    On a blog or on hubpages, where does one check his google page rank?

    1. wjack2010 profile image60
      wjack2010posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      It can be done here:
      http://www.prchecker.info/check_page_rank.php

      Pagerank never updates straight away, it changes over time.

      1. AMFredenburg profile image77
        AMFredenburgposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks for the URL! I used it to check two of my Hubs, including the oldest one, and no dice; neither has been ranked yet, though I can pull them up on a Google search. Not a clue how to fix that, except maybe wait.

        1. profile image53
          mcxniftycallsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Keep writing quality content and it will increase by time..

      2. JayeWisdom profile image91
        JayeWisdomposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        I'm confused after using the link to the page ranking tool. My article that pulls the most daily traffic is only ranked at 3 (which, although the PR page does not explain whether a lower or higher number is better, mxnifty states above that 0 is minimum and 10 is maximum).  Therefore, I don't understand why my most-visited hub, which has the most comments and is my best money-earner is only ranked at 3.  I hate to even check my other article hubs!

        1. Rock_nj profile image93
          Rock_njposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Unless you are a name brand site, it's hard to get much above a Page Rank of 3 or 4.  HubPages has a Page Rank of 6.  Page Rank of 3 or 4.sites get serious attention from Google, so there is no need to worry about your current Page Rank.

        2. psycheskinner profile image82
          psycheskinnerposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Three is a perfectly respectable rank.  Most good websites are 3-5, very few ever get above that.

          1. JayeWisdom profile image91
            JayeWisdomposted 5 years agoin reply to this

            Thanks. That is reassuring. I appreciate the info.

        3. profile image53
          mcxniftycallsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          JayeWisdom, Page rank is just a level of faith , it increase the possibility of Google bots to crawl your sub domain, but showing your page on top is depend on the quality, relativity and keywords in your content.
          If your topic is searched only 200 times a month, Google can't show higher traffic for that even if it is on top. There are many other factors behind traffic.

          When some one type a keyword in search box to search, Google bots crawl whole web to search for related webpages and give priority to high page website and least to lower one and show most relevant on top.
          So even if your page rank is 2 but have most relevant content than you will be on top.
          My page rank just increased from 0 to 2 last weak and traffic also by 100%, so just making guess may be it is because to increase in page rank.

 
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