What is the quickest way to go from a pr0 site to a pr2?
I was just curious. I have done it in the past inside of a month but I tried so many different things I don't really know what worked. No blackhat methods.
build quality and informative content on your website, and your website will be linked back from relevant websites without going for link building activities. In the end you will be in a chance of improving your Page rank in the next Google update.
Just try to gather backlinks from high pr pages just by commenting on the blog posts , but make sure to get do follow backlinks . That way , you can get even more than that of pr 2 .
There isn't quick way to improve PR. Quality and exclusive content is the best way to improve PR.
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