I have not really tried to find that many of my hubs on google, but one of my exercise hubs has PR2. Is this good? I think its cool I wrote something thats fairly general and I can find it easy...
It's fine. It's just a gauge, like a 'pat' on the back. It doesn't tend to mean much otherwise.
It is a matter of getting traffic. Are you getting regular traffic to that hub? If yes no need to worry else you need to do something to get it ranked well.
A PageRank 2, or PR2, is alright. I have written a hub that explains PageRank in depth if you wish to understand how it works better.
While PR isn't nearly as important as it once was it IS still a factor used by the big G to determine who gets ranked where on the SERP's.
Due to the high pagerank of this website and an amazing internal linking system, it is easy to have a PR of 2.
yep, getting to PR2 is not too hard, but remember it does go up to 10.
The good news is that PR does not matter a huge amount, it is only one indication of the quality of a page, and there are many.
If you are going to think about PR at all, I think it is more useful to look at it relative to your other hubs and to pages of similar content and age.
So, if most of your hubs are PR 1 or less, that PR 2 is great. If most are 3 or 4, not so good (unless it is much younger, of course).
Moving outward, if you Google the terms that should turn up your page, look at the PR of the pages you found, if they are higher (probably will be), how old are they relative to yours? If the same age and they are all 3 and 4, you aren't doing as well - at PR, anyway.
But that may be completely unimportant. I have a PR 2 page that earns me at least $100 every month and has been doing so for years, I have PR 4 pages that might take a year to earn that much. For that and other reasons, I never even look at PR until the subject comes up in a conversation like this.
by Anamika S Jain 4 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 Jule Romans 8 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 learning so much I feel as though my head is exploding.
by Akhil Anil 8 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 my hubs are listed as "n/a" . Should my hubs also be getting the same...
by Susan W 4 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 been any PR updates this year or last year so I had to raise the question; is PR...
by Aware1 7 years ago
Please don't slap me if this has been shared before... I just reconfigured my PR checker and no PR is showing available?Is it being hidden?I cross checked all the other main sites being discussed in the algo line-up and none of their's seems to be negatively affected, but HP is unavailable (as per...
by hubba-hubba 7 years ago
My research has show that the Hubpages home pages is at a PR 6 which is very impressive and probably the reason that there are so many contributors! I have seen a few individual hubpages profiles at PR3 and was wondering if anyone had seen any higher profiles or hubs?Further, does anyone have any...
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