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PageRank and Google

Lots of people know that it’s important to have a high PageRank, but they don’t know what PageRank is. Wikipedia defines PageRank (PR) as a link analysis algorithm that assigns a numerical weighting to each element of a hyperlinked set of documents, such as the World Wide Web, with the purpose of "measuring" its relative importance within the set. The name PageRank is a trademark of Google. The PageRank process has been patented by Stanford University.

The way a web page gets PR is from inbound links (IBLs), AKA incoming links. Inbound links are one-way links to your site. One-way links are links to your site with no reciprocal link back to the site linking to yours. Google search engine logic dictates that one-way links are more “natural” than reciprocal links, which is why your PR rises when you have inbound links.

The higher the PR number of a site is, the better. Example, a PR7 site has a higher PageRank than a PR3. So, you need to get other sites to link to yours. But, they have to be sites that are related to yours in the respect that what they provide must be similar to what you provide. Add Page Rank Checker to your site to instantly check your Google PageRank.