Google Pagerank explained

There is a lot of talk about Google PageRank This is a score from 0 to 10 that Google assigns to your website and is an indication of how important Google thinks your site is. This can significantly affect how highly you rank for in Google searches for particular keywords.

PageRank Score

You can check a site’s PageRank here. Better yet, install the Google Toolbar or the SEO plugin for Firefox to see pagerank displayed on your Google searches.

PageRank is actually determined by this formula:

PR(A) = (1-d) + d(PR(t1)/C(t1) + … + PR(tn)/C(tn))

But what does that mean? PageRank can be confusing to understand you just have to keep reading about it and you will get it. Here’s are the basics::

  • PageRank is based on the number and quality of sites that link to yours.
  • It is inherited from the pages that link to you
  • The higher the PageRank of the page linking to you the more PageRank you inherit.
  • The more other links out from the page, the less PageRank it gives out (A page that links to you and one other site will pass on half the amount of PageRank that it would if yours was the only link on the page
  • The more relevance the links have the more PageRank you will inherit (An automotive parts site linking to your Auto mechanic page will give you more PageRank than a link from a restaurant web site)

If you want to learn more you can get more info here here and here

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