I would like to know what is a Google Page Rank?
When hubs are written about back linking and getting traffic, other hubbers refer to different sites as a PR 5 Or a PR 7. I often find that confusing. I would like to know what the numbers mean and the significance of these numbers.
Pagerank 5, PR5, does NOT mean the 5th result as seen on Google results page, AKA the SERP.
Pagerank is based upon an logarithmic scale from 1-10 that ranks a web page's importance. A PR1 is typically rather new, unauthoritative and unimportant. A PR10 is a very major, highly authoritative, best in the world web site like Google! Only about 150 web sites worldwide hold a PR10 ranking out of billions and billions of sites.
The name Pagerank has nothing at all to do with a web page, search engine page or even a blog and everything to do with one of Google's cofounders, Larry Page, which is where the name is derived from.
Pagerank is a complex algorithm that Google uses to rank all the pages that have been indexed by their servers. I higher pagerank simply means that that a webpage is more likely to appear in the SERPs for certain keywords. Pagerank mainly depends on the amount of quality backlinks pointing to a webpage and also the quality of backlinks pointing to webpages that point to a certain webpage.
by John Coviello 5 years ago
Do Any Hubbers Have Google Page Rank Above 6?Delving further into SEO, I looked at the Google Page Rank for HubPages (which for the whole site is 6) and for my subdomain (which is currently 4). Does anyone on HubPages have a Google Page Rank above 6?
by Anamika S Jain 5 years ago
I think a Google Page rank update happened today. I spend 15-18 hours working on the internet. A few minutes ago I noticed that one of my domains have gone from PR0 to PR2. I checked all my major sites and found changes in most of them. Some moved up on PR and some lost.
by Ma7moud ABo3ouf 8 years ago
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by mcxniftycalls 6 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...
by Anthony Goodley 8 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 lot of work to move to a new hub.But then to make the issues more confusing and...
by michiganman567 6 years ago
How often does Google page rank change?I had one hub drop to the third page. Is this common? How often do you check your hubs for page rank and edit them to keep them ranked favorably?
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