How to increase Page Rank faster in 2015?

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Hello Warriors,

This question might be asked many times on this forum and may be on other forums, but still I want to know that what are the Page Rank factors now in 2015 when a lot of things in the SEO world has been changed.

I want to know whether it's the number of quality links or something else? Does freshness and how frequently the content is posted on your site, provide any boost in the Page Rank?

I want to know your thoughts
#2015 #faster #fresh content #increase #link & content marketing #page #page rank #rank #seo 2015
  • Profile picture of the author danielgb123
    Page rank is no longer relevant to the marketer. Google still has an internally updated record of Page Rank, however it is no longer being updated for the general public.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by danielgb123 View Post

      Page rank is no longer relevant to the marketer. Google still has an internally updated record of Page Rank, however it is no longer being updated for the general public.
      So..................what google uses like a mad man for ranking, is
      not relevant to the marketer? Yup, because "marketers" are
      not what google wants. I say good riddance to those people.

      Why is PageRank important in the general sense? Because google
      relies heavily (still) on backlinks. And PR is all about backlinks.

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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Public pagerank was last updated in 2013.

    Nothing has really changed from what's already known, links from authority pages create strong backlinks. Look at the backlink profile for the exact URL on your backlink page. Authority trickles down...
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    • Profile picture of the author faizan1041
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Public pagerank was last updated in 2013.

      Nothing has really changed from what's already known, links from authority pages create strong backlinks. Look at the backlink profile for the exact URL on your backlink page. Authority trickles down...
      So, you mean the Domain Authority and Page Authority are the real metrics I should look for?

      The question was based on my observation, I didn't create much backlinks, instead I kept on publishing the new blog posts and I noticed this activity increased the Page Rank from 1 to 2. This was done on client's site back in 2013. I left SEO since then and focused more on web development.
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      • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
        Originally Posted by faizan1041 View Post

        So, you mean the Domain Authority and Page Authority are the real metrics I should look for?
        Pick your poison. I like Majestic's metrics, but their topical trust flow is mostly just inaccurate fluff. Moz's metrics have the reputation of being simplistic, and easy to manipulate.

        In my opinion it's usually better to look at the actual link profile than blindly rely on an algorithmic score that may or may not be accurate.

        Originally Posted by faizan1041 View Post

        The question was based on my observation, I didn't create much backlinks, instead I kept on publishing the new blog posts and I noticed this activity increased the Page Rank from 1 to 2.
        Pagerank is the part of Google algorithm that deals with backlinks.

        I'm not sure how you could reliably reach such a conclusion in any case, but there's an easy explanation for the phenomenon. Someone else linked back to you. That's one reason why you were posting that content, wasn't it?
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        • Profile picture of the author faizan1041
          Originally Posted by nettiapina View Post

          I'm not sure how you could reliably reach such a conclusion in any case, but there's an easy explanation for the phenomenon. Someone else linked back to you. That's one reason why you were posting that content, wasn't it?
          May be you are right, there are too many misconceptions in this field and that always insists me to go back and deal with my code stuff better. Is their any authentic Free or Premium course which can lead me to the better direction? I'm not fan of reading much text, any Good video tutorials please? Please reply the new questions on this thread: SEO: Is their any authentic Free or Premium course which can lead me to the better direction?
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        • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
          Originally Posted by nettiapina View Post

          Pick your poison. I like Majestic's metrics, but their topical trust flow is mostly just inaccurate fluff. Moz's metrics have the reputation of being simplistic, and easy to manipulate.

          In my opinion it's usually better to look at the actual link profile than blindly rely on an algorithmic score that may or may not be accurate.



          Pagerank is the part of Google algorithm that deals with backlinks.

          I'm not sure how you could reliably reach such a conclusion in any case, but there's an easy explanation for the phenomenon. Someone else linked back to you. That's one reason why you were posting that content, wasn't it?
          Going deeper into nettiapina comment, I think you need to use each metric as a guide to know if a page has authority or not, PR is still used just it is not public, so what you need to do is to study the other metrics availabe (MOZ and MAjestic) and evaluate the quality of an URL with them.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
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  • Profile picture of the author faizan1041
    By the way, what has been changed within last 2 years?
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    • Profile picture of the author Slade556
      Originally Posted by faizan1041 View Post

      By the way, what has been changed within last 2 years?
      Well, some things have changed, but don't worry, you'll be able to keep up. Most important Google update lately was 'forcing' everyone to make their websites mobile friendly. But since you have been building websites for the last couple of years, I'm sure you know what a responsive design means!
      Check out Moz to see the latest updates &changes, they literally keep a list.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by faizan1041 View Post

      By the way, what has been changed within last 2 years?
      Despite what others will tell you, not much has really changed. What has changed is Google's ability to enforce what they want in the SERPs. Links still trump everything for SEO. Google is just getting better at telling the difference between spam links and good links.
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  • Profile picture of the author rosario1990
    Don't go for pagerank anymore. Try to rank your keyword that's better.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hemanth Malli
    There are various factors that have changed in determining page rank..
    some of them are:
    1.good performance metrics for website
    2. Understanding and maximizing user metrics
    3. Creating content that is authoritative and trustworthy
    4. Unique images in content
    5. Backlinks
    6. Social signals
    7. Branding for SEO purposes
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by Hemanth Malli View Post

      There are various factors that have changed in determining page rank..
      No, that's a list of ranking factors (with some dubious or "speculative" ones included). Pagerank is the factor that's determined by backlinks, but Google has said that there are hundreds of ranking factors that determine the search engine positions.
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      • Profile picture of the author suchiroy
        Originally Posted by nettiapina View Post

        No, that's a list of ranking factors (with some dubious or "speculative" ones included). Pagerank is the factor that's determined by backlinks, but Google has said that there are hundreds of ranking factors that determine the search engine positions.

        It means page rank is only depend on quality backlinks, then what is the ranking factor for Google.
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        • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
          Originally Posted by suchiroy View Post

          It means page rank is only depend on quality backlinks, then what is the ranking factor for Google.
          Nobody outside Google knows all their ranking factors. There's "complete lists" floating in the blogs, but they're just speculation. Obviously backlinks and pagerank are an important signal about the popularity of a page and site.
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by aapbudgie98 View Post

      Best way to increase page rank in 2015 with the help of content posting technique. You just need to update fresh content and unique content in your website.
      Just posting content doesn't really work that well unless your site already has a decent link profile. You need to advertise your material and get it out to the people who might link to it. Some use social media, some try to contact bloggers and other industry figures, some use email outreach.
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      • Profile picture of the author dewalds86
        Originally Posted by nettiapina View Post

        Just posting content doesn't really work that well unless your site already has a decent link profile. You need to advertise your material and get it out to the people who might link to it. Some use social media, some try to contact bloggers and other industry figures, some use email outreach.
        That is why I do directory submissions early on in the SEO campaign so when I add new content you can be sure there is already a very strong link profile. This leads to new content being indexed very quickly.
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      • Profile picture of the author SMworkcafe
        Originally Posted by nettiapina View Post

        Just posting content doesn't really work that well unless your site already has a decent link profile. You need to advertise your material and get it out to the people who might link to it. Some use social media, some try to contact bloggers and other industry figures, some use email outreach.
        ^^^ This! AND creating backlinks to authority websites.

        The one who has good PR, sustains.

        Treat your website like a child, making it meet to similar children in the block will only help to improve it's communication skills plus it will learn from them a lot. This includes good and bad, both.
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  • Profile picture of the author dewalds86
    The question that should be asked is what factors increase domain authority and page authority. So far I have seen that adding new content regularly does increase authority.
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  • Profile picture of the author raxum
    Pagerank for public is now dead since 2013, you should check moz tools to see which links are better worth purchasing if this is what you wanted to know in the first place.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jolly Serath
    Page rank depends on
    Number of quality backlinks
    Content on your site
    Bounce rate
    Domain age
    Visitor's engagement etc
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Jolly Serath View Post

      Page rank depends on
      Content on your site
      Bounce rate
      Domain age
      Visitor's engagement etc

      PageRank does not depend on a single one of those things.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by rosario1990 View Post

      Don't go for pagerank anymore. Try to rank your keyword that's better.
      Originally Posted by Hemanth Malli View Post

      There are various factors that have changed in determining page rank..
      some of them are:
      1.good performance metrics for website
      2. Understanding and maximizing user metrics
      3. Creating content that is authoritative and trustworthy
      4. Unique images in content
      5. Backlinks
      6. Social signals
      7. Branding for SEO purposes
      Originally Posted by aapbudgie98 View Post

      Best way to increase page rank in 2015 with the help of content posting technique. You just need to update fresh content and unique content in your website.
      Originally Posted by amutechnologies View Post

      Try to improve backlinks with high pr sites.
      Originally Posted by Jolly Serath View Post

      Page rank depends on
      Number of quality backlinks
      Content on your site
      Bounce rate
      Domain age
      Visitor's engagement etc
      Originally Posted by seothink View Post

      Google page rank toolbar is already dead, People targeted nowadays alexa ranking .



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        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        hahaa a picture is worth a thousand words
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  • Profile picture of the author faizan1041
    Thanks everyone. Can someone tell me some good resources to study. Preferably, video tutorials or complete video course..
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    • As mentioned by other warriors in the previous comments you've to increase the DA (Domain Authority) and PA (Page Authority). And to increase these you've to create high quality content that can create links itself. See instead of going here and there for creating links just put a research for creating high quality content, put some big folks from your industry in the article and let them know they're featured at your blog. Repeat it and see the changes.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinetech
    Yeah like some of the guys are saying, just rank for your keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrisjohn93
    Originally Posted by faizan1041 View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    This question might be asked many times on this forum and may be on other forums, but still I want to know that what are the Page Rank factors now in 2015 when a lot of things in the SEO world has been changed.

    I want to know whether it's the number of quality links or something else? Does freshness and how frequently the content is posted on your site, provide any boost in the Page Rank?

    I want to know your thoughts
    First of all Page Rank is dead now, last updated of Page rank rolled in 2013.

    But if you want to increase your Page Rank you have to create high PR dofollow links, that will provide you link juice and this number of link juice will increase your Page Rank.

    Google Page Rank is working a very simple formula.

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


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  • Profile picture of the author kushalshah
    Page rank died in 2013, Welcome to the SEO world of 2015!
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  • Profile picture of the author Xochitl Shat
    As a matter of first importance, you have to make rival research to discover and concentrate on those keywords, which you can manage.
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