I am astounded.
While still a bit confused about the debate over Page Rank (is it important or is it not?), I am excited to discover that FOUR of my Hubs have acquired Page Rank.
They are not my best four, or my most trafficked four, or my most commented four. So whatever magical calculation Google does is not based on those things.
I am not entirely sure what it means, and it sure as heck doesn't connect to $$ earnings, but any blessing from the Google Gods is to be celebrated!
Congrats It gets important if you start linking to other pages that can make you money. Usually, anything 4 and up is considered "good" PageRank. Let's say you have a site that promotes heart health. If your Hub on cholesterol earns a PR 4, and it's pointing to your domain on heart health, it could give your own domain a boost because another authority page on the 'net thinks you're relevant.
It's also good to hyperlink keyword phrases or words as the anchor leading to your other page. ie: heart health would be hyperlinked to your domain so that when the sider crawls your Hub, it sees the phrase hyperlinked and assumed that domain is relevant to the topic, helping your site gets indexed correctly.
The more links you have with good PR leading to your domain, the bigger boost you get in Google.
Congratulations Jenny! I am finally taking time to learn more about SEO, backlinks, and Google algorithms, etc. in the past few days/weeks... so I actually know what you're talking about!
Congrats, but please forgive my ignorance, I have one question
how do you know -- if your Hubs have acquired Page Rank?
Good work Inspirepub!
I know you have worked really hard and this must feel great! You go...
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