Does page rank changes?

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Does page rank changes if we open any inner page of a website?
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  • Profile picture of the author HarryBajwa
    Yes why not? Homepage PR is above than inner webpages that why PR can vary but Domain authority can't vary.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamiegeo
    The time your users spend on your website also impacts the google ranking.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by jamiegeo View Post

      The time your users spend on your website also impacts the google ranking.
      ...and how exactly does Google know how much time a user spends on your website?
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      • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
        Originally Posted by John May View Post

        Does page rank changes if we open any inner page of a website?
        No. If you get backlinks to your inner page it may help the front page too, but just creating a new page doesn't help.

        However, don't expect the publicly visible PR score to change. Google doesn't update it any more.

        Originally Posted by jamiegeo View Post

        The time your users spend on your website also impacts the google ranking.
        No, it does not. That's an utterly ludicrous claim.
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        Links in signature will not help your SEO. Not on this site, and not on any other forum.
        Who told me this? An ex Google web spam engineer.

        What's your excuse?
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

        ...and how exactly does Google know how much time a user spends on your website?
        It's beating a dead horse. Some guy who knows a guy heard a guy tell his
        next door neighbor's pool boy. Pool boy is an SEO expert now.

        Google could care less how long people spend on a site....if they
        actually could measure the length.

        If people actually stopped and thought logically, they would realize for
        the vast majority of site visits, measuring time on site would be
        impossible. Not to mention a rather useless metric, as there are
        an infinite number of intangibles that go into site visit length.

        One surfer finds what they need in 2 seconds. Other visitor is slower,
        can't read as fast, goes to bathroom, turns computer off, goes to eat,
        is looking in the wrong paragragh, hates the site design, spills coffee,
        and so on...

        But google does not have access to how long people spend on a site,
        even in their own search results. And most importantly, they don't
        know WHY. It's that "why" that the metric disintegrates into the thin
        air.

        Google is not as stupid as some wannabe seos are.

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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        It sends a drone to your house every night after you fall asleep and drops a mini-man down your chimney.

        Mini-man hides inside your computer, attaches a hand-held mini-device to your CPU and records the noises the CPU makes. From that info, Google being super-smart, figures out how long you stay on a web page.

        Next night, right after you fall asleep, Google sends a drone to retrieve min-man and his info and another drone to drop a new mini-man down your chimney.

        It's pure genius and they've got so good at it, it takes them less than 4 seconds to extract 1 mini-man and plant the next one.

        By the way, some mini-men bring food that doesn't agree with them... That's why, some days, there's that faint, unpleasant smell you can't quite place in your office.

        Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

        ...and how exactly does Google know how much time a user spends on your website?
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  • Yeah of course! It changes on regular working with building high quality links to your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author dronehawk
    Page rank is specific to a particular page of your website. You might note that homepage is PR3 whereas an inner page has PR 1
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  • Profile picture of the author adi123
    Do not bother about PR as Google has stopped updating it for more then one year.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by adi123 View Post

      Do not bother about PR as Google has stopped updating it for more then one year.
      NO, they have not stopped updating it,. They still update and factor it into the ranking algorithm. All they have done is stopped exporting it to the toolbar.
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