Tuesday, January 17, 2012

What is Google PageRank?

11:05 PM



Google Page Rank is a tool designed to rank a web site that is listed in the Google index. A Page rank of a web page is given on a scale of 0-10. 0 is the lowest possible score for a web site and 10 is the highest .

High Page rank is defined by the amount, relevance and importance of webpages which link to the webpage. When a webpage links to other webpage, Google believe that to be a vote for the page. There is a formula related to how Page Rank is. If you are interested in the theory of the PageRank then a quick exploration on Google will provide productive.

Current PR is updated very often. It is really updated much more frequently than PR toolbar. Many people believe that when the toolbar PR updates their websites will either gain or lose visitors. It is not true.

Only algorithm updates will increase or decrease your web site visitors, which are done just about every day. The algorithm is the utterly complicated formula which Google uses to rank Web site pages.

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