What is the best way to increase PR?

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Hello everybody! If you had a brand new site what would be your best strategy to increase PR fast, if it can be done fast (1 month or 2)? I know very little about this topic and i have heard the best way is building links... Is this correct?
Thanks in advance for your kind help and suggestions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sojourn
    (Hey, I know you!)

    Page rank is determined by the value and number of your backlinks (in some complicated formula) so backlinks do impact PR.

    However, Google isn't sharing PR (page rank) publicly any more so you'll have a hard time knowing if what you're doing is making any difference or not and you can build the wrong kind of backlinks, if you're not careful.

    There are other metrics you can use that are similar to PR and are publicly available such as the Citation and Trust Flow numbers put out by Majestic SEO or page and domain authority put out by Moz.

    I'd go through Google's Webmaster Guidelines on link building just so you know what they'd prefer that we do and not do.

    Then, instead of thinking as link building as a way to rank better, think about it as a way to build your brand and gain exposure to your site. Where are your customers hanging out online? How can you do something to get their attention? Should you do videos on YouTube showing your products? Can you partner with a related site that has a lot of traffic to show some of your goods?
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    • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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      Erica! Yes i know you ehehehh
      I will follow your advice. I will focus my efforts on building my brand and create value and not care to much on PR.

      Actually this is not relevant to this thread but I want to ask you something...

      I was adviced by another Warrior to try and partner with some medium/big size fashion boutique, because as i explained to him, my margins are really high and if i give away 50% commission i would still make money and also i think my products are truly beautiful and almost impossible to find them anywhere on the web.
      Maybe they can blast my products to their customers in email newsletters or something similar that will help me drive traffic and sales...

      The problem is that i am a brand new website, also i am not incorporated and i am selling as an individual and not a company.

      Do you think is worth the effort? Or will i waste my time? Do they will consider it or you think they wouldn t even reply to me?

      Also if you think is the right thing to do, how would you approach this medium/big website and what kind of partnership structure would you propose to them?

      Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    Don't worry about pagerank. It's not relevant anymore. Just worry about building good links and measuring your keyword rankings.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by Curtis2011 View Post

      Don't worry about pagerank. It's not relevant anymore.
      It's very, very relevant. Anyone that told you otherwise is a fool.

      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Don't worry at all about PR. It's something you can't control - so why waste your time with it?
      It is something you can control, on the high end, and it is something you should indeed worry about.

      I can choose to get high PR backlinks.That is not a waste of time. In fact, it's what you should be doing at least half the time, if not more.

      Can a fisherman control if the fish bite or not? Nope. But they can sure try like madmen to up the odds. And that's what PR is all about.

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      • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

        It's very, very relevant. Anyone that told you otherwise is a fool.
        Building links is relevant. Ranking pages is relevant.

        Pagerank, the number itself, is not relevant, because Google doesn't publish updated pagerank numbers anymore. So the pagerank you see with toolbars is old and outdated.
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        • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
          Originally Posted by joeyJr View Post

          Actually you need more backlinks but I think not so that you use black hat! Please use quality backlink first 1-2 months, then new to link it to the source strong! If indeed it is not the quality you need to review your website! Should choose web forum with high PA DA, which means you have -> high backlink! should pay .gov and .edu to page! Actually it's too quality to be able to put backlink!
          Nothing you describe here is a quality backlink. Forum links are some of the weakest, and .edu/.gov links have no special ranking powers. You need to get a solid link on a strong page. Forums tend to be the opposite of that.

          Originally Posted by mariajerek View Post

          And PR is assigned by google algorithm, when google roll out its Page rank algo.
          No! You can't "increase the pagerank" in a way that you can see the score increase. Google stopped updating the publicly visible number in late 2013, and on last week they announced that they're killing it.

          Originally Posted by wdcbangalore View Post

          I think the best way to get top ranks is build a quality of link and also update your content make a fresh content and also avoid bounce rate...
          Quality links - yes, that's a ranking factor. The other stuff you mention is not.
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        • Profile picture of the author paulgl
          Originally Posted by Curtis2011 View Post

          Building links is relevant. Ranking pages is relevant.

          Pagerank, the number itself, is not relevant, because Google doesn't publish updated pagerank numbers anymore. So the pagerank you see with toolbars is old and outdated.
          ROTFLMAO!

          Newsflash: Google updates PR at least once daily....nothing to do with toolbars.
          Tip: Anything google makes "private," like PR, search terms, etc.....you
          can bet your sweet @$$ that it's very, very important. Sooooooooooo...

          Dang straight I'll worry about it. "Worry" meaning concentrating on things that matter.

          PR is all about links. So...........what do you think I concentrate on?

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          • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
            Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

            PR is all about links. So...........what do you think I concentrate on?
            Just guessing:
            what you're going to have for breakfast



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            • Profile picture of the author DABK
              Nah! He's going to focus on content, coz content is king and he's been on this forum to have learned that!

              @Mark Anthony: Can't lose what you don't have, can you? But, look at the bright side: the OP didn't want to increase Alexa ranking.

              Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

              Just guessing:
              what you're going to have for breakfast



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  • Profile picture of the author FreedomBlogger
    1 to 2 months is such a very short time to allow a site to even start ranking.

    It would take so much work to accomplish that. If you do it, do tell! lol

    What I have learned, is that Google would update their website pageranks data a few times a year. And it would take a lot of content and high quality backlinks and social buzz with your site, with a very good daily traffic flow, in order to get considered or a pagerank since it is a brand new domain name.

    And if you also study SEO - you will learn that if you overwhelm your brand new domain name with backlinks in the first 6 months or so (maybe even more), you can get it under the red radar of Google's search engines.

    Backlinks are supposed to be a "Natural Process". Right.

    So, you get how a brand new domain name would have a huge challenge in order to even have a chance to get a pagerank in 1 to 2 months - now, right! lol

    It is not likely you can do this.

    I hope this helps you understand SEO more and more.

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rahul Singh0
    In short You need Backlinks. A lot of Backlinks. You can find some BHW or may be even of wf. Happy searching.
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  • Profile picture of the author nwik
    You absolutely need backlinks.

    Seriously, 1 to 2 months is such a very short time for ranking. It's still way too early for rankings.

    But Backlinks would be a great help.
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  • Profile picture of the author Whintaked40
    You only ranked your site high if you can build quality backlinks and it is not the matter os days you should work hard to get high PR .
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    There is no fastway. Just keep providing the content and make to place backlinks from other PR sites and be consistent with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

    i have heard the best way is building links... Is this correct?

    Don't worry at all about PR. It's something you can't control - so why waste your time with it?

    You can control your own web site.

    Time + Natural backlinks from high authority sites in your niche + Excellent original relevant content (lots of it) + Lots of high quality traffic to your site + Engagement of your readers + White hat SEO

    Those are things you can control.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    1-2 is super short. Alot has changed with Google in the past few years. And focusing on page rank (or manipulating it) is an exercise in futility. If you want to dominate something - easily.... then rank high on Yahoo and Bing.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Stop worrying about PR. Google hasn't updated the publically available PR in years, and they aren't saying what the formula is.

      A lot of people think the best way to build links is to create a ton of content and wait for natural links. There's a faster way that also brings in natural traffic (the kind that buys stuff, subscribes, clicks on ads, etc.) and builds your brand. And the links you get are "natural" even if they are not spontaneous.

      That's by networking with other sites, blogs, podcasts, vlogs, newsletter publishers, offline publishers, etc.

      For example, if you have a roundup post on your blog, and you mention seven different sites in the roundup, contact those seven sites and let them know about the mention. Give them a link to the post. That's it, let nature take it's course. Some of those people will link back to you, mention you on social media (more links), etc.

      Another example is blog commenting. The SEO purists will hand you a bunch of mumbo jumbo about checking Alexa rank or such, but the main thing is an active community. Post high-value comments, ask questions, even offer comments on comments. Join a good conversation if one starts, rather than being a one-and-done flyby commenter.

      Guest posting and syndication will also help. More and more sites that accept guest posts will want original content, and if you have a new site there's no reason not to give it to them. You'll get the link(s) in the post, plus second tier links from any promotion and social activity the post generates. Syndication still works in areas where there's no issue with duplicate content bogeymen. Private sites, email publications and print publications still offer thousands of opportunities to those willing to dig them out.

      The name of the game isn't page rank, or even the links or serps themselves. It's eyeballs. Get creative finding ethical ways to put yourself, your site and your content in front of the right eyeballs, and the links and serps will take care of themselves.
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      • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Stop worrying about PR. Google hasn't updated the publically available PR in years, and they aren't saying what the formula is.
        Actually Google said that they'll drop the whole visible score. There's no publicly visible PR any more. However, Pagerank is still in their algorithm.

        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Another example is blog commenting. The SEO purists will hand you a bunch of mumbo jumbo about checking Alexa rank or such, but the main thing is an active community.
        Any SEO worth his or her salt will tell you that Alexa is completely pointless. It's a vanity metric that's based on a guess.

        Also, blog comments wont likely increase your rankings. The links are typically nofollow. However, if you take John's advice that's not what you're there for.
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  • Profile picture of the author joeyJr
    Hi there!
    Actually you need more backlinks but I think not so that you use black hat! Please use quality backlink first 1-2 months, then new to link it to the source strong! If indeed it is not the quality you need to review your website! Should choose web forum with high PA DA, which means you have -> high backlink! should pay .gov and .edu to page! Actually it's too quality to be able to put backlink!
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  • Profile picture of the author mariajerek
    Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

    Hello everybody! If you had a brand new site what would be your best strategy to increase PR fast, if it can be done fast (1 month or 2)? I know very little about this topic and i have heard the best way is building links... Is this correct?
    Thanks in advance for your kind help and suggestions.
    Why do you want to increase your PR? May be you should keep focus on the ranking of website or the traffic on website.

    But if you want to increase your website PR then keep building quality backlinks for your website. Your backlinks should be from reputed website having good DA & PA and relevant to your niche.

    And PR is assigned by google algorithm, when google roll out its Page rank algo.
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  • Profile picture of the author wdcbangalore
    I think the best way to get top ranks is build a quality of link and also update your content make a fresh content and also avoid bounce rate...
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Have you guys lost all your marbles?

    How will anyone know whether anything they do has increased their PR when

    PAGERANK HAS NOT UPDATED PUBLIC PR DATA In OVER TWO YEARS AND WILL NEVER DO SO AGAIN.

    Might as well ask how you can increase your IRFM (Internal Rank Factor Metric)

    Don't know what that is and cannot measure it?

    Exactly.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

      Have you guys lost all your marbles?

      How will anyone know whether anything they do has increased their PR when

      PAGERANK HAS NOT UPDATED PUBLIC PR DATA In OVER TWO YEARS AND WILL NEVER DO SO AGAIN.
      Public data aside, and whether your PR has increased or not....

      Good links contribute to PR. The web gets edited every second.
      If your links might be gone, you need to at least keep up. Or,
      better still, you increase your good links.

      Good links are very much a part of google's algo still.

      People worry about title, h1, etc. You have no benchmark,
      other than common sense(?), about how "great" those are.
      So, why worry about them? Google has told us nothing on
      how they measure them. And yet...you would not tell anyone
      that title and h1 are meaningless for that reason.

      You have no benchmark for "great" content. And yet, people
      go gaga over that. Google has said nothing about how to
      measure "great" content. And yet, people go gaga over
      creating "great" content without a clue as if it really is
      looked upon by google as"great." But would you tell
      people because of that, to stop worrying about great
      content?

      Just about anything and everything that people claim
      effects SEO-googlewise, has no way of measuring
      it or even remotely how they do it.

      You see people all the time here,
      "So, I've got some keyword, great unique content,
      site structure, h1, title, and yet google does not rank me."

      .....the chap thinks he's got it sussed!
      Not to mention again he has no way of measuring said
      items.

      Now PR...now that's a horse of a different color. Google has
      told us how they calculate it. It's all about links. At least
      we are not working in the dark about that one.

      So, I concentrate on links, not even thinking about PR.
      I don't have to. It's built in to my strategies. But my
      strategies are chosen wisely.

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      • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

        Public data aside, and whether your PR has increased or not....

        Good links contribute to PR.
        So what? PR means squat if you don't know what it is anyway. Just concentrate on ranking not increasing a metric you can't see. silliness squared.


        You have no benchmark for "great" content.
        Nonsense. great content from a search engines point of view is well known. Include words and phrases and related terms in places on the page (and achor text of incomng links) - BAM - well known and measurable content SEs rank . The end. You can look on a page and see if those are there. Its not some hidden metric. Its observable and there on the page.


        I concentrate on links
        exactly not PR because you will never know what it is if google doesn't tell you and they are no longer telling you. Exactly what I wrote. Saying PR is based on links so that makes it different is just nonsense. PR flows by link - so what if you don't know what the source page is

        Just pure sillines
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    Kibbles 'n Bits, 'n Bits, 'n Bits
    PR 'n Backlinks, 'n Backlinks, 'n Backlinks




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  • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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    Well i am getting a little confused at this point!
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
      Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

      Well i am getting a little confused at this point!

      Forget the PR rant in this thread.

      We already know that when public PR was updated the way PR was increased was by followed backlinks from webpages that had their own followed backlinks & so on...

      We also know that PR still exist, it just isn't updated for the public. The way we know PR still exist is because the way pages are ranked today hasn't changed. Followed backlinks from webpages that have their own strong followed backlink profile still rank pages.

      The easiest way for finding potential followed backlink pages is simply look at backlink profiles for other domains that rank a lot of webpages. Sites like SEMrush will show you If a domain has a lot of ranked pages on Google SERPs. So, you take that data & look at the backlink profile (ex: Ahrefs, etc...). Repeat with unlimited domains...
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      • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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        Thanks! This was a helpful comment along with a couple more (out of 30) in this thread!
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

      I started a war!!!
      No you hit on an issue that should be easy and logical to figure out but unbelievably some people just can't get it

      Let me explain it this way - lets say you want to look over a fence and you are a little boy and too short to look over it. Your mom tells you its 5 feet tall so you keep measuring yourself every month to see if you are tall enough. Somewhere over the years as you grow someone takes away all rulers,measuring tapes and any way to measure yourself.

      In other words you will never know when your eye level will reach over five feet by measuring because theres no way for you to measure it. still going to worry about five feet? nope you can't

      So what are you going to do? Simple. keep eating , stay healthy and go out to the fence and try to look over it. When you can see over it then thats it. Mission accomplished. The fact that someone has a ruler locked away in Paris they will never give you to measure yourself helps you how?....does it matter to you?

      So concentrate on what you can measure - your position in the rankings. Thats what you want to achieve just like the kid wants to see over the fence.

      Forget all the "PR still exists" and Google told us how to get it bla bla bla blather . You get links to rank. You can't and will never know what your PR is. Its a dead metric to you. The fact that Google knows what it is and you don't doesn't do a thing for you. dead and totally useless to you.

      This is just common sense but as they say common sense aint that common.

      Even when PR was updated by google over two years ago PR didn't make you rank for what you wanted to rank for. You Could reach PR 7 and not rank for a term you wanted because your page and the anchor text you got with the links had nothing to do with the keywords or phrases you wanted to rank for.

      So whether you realize it or not the best advice you can be given in this thread is - Forget PR as dead to you and go rank your site and make some money. No one gets paid for increasing to a number no one in the public can measure.
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    Make the site look very slick and modern and work well and create something unique like a brand plus if you are in Italy, exploit that Italy is the home of fashion etc. Creat a Youtube channel with footage of people wearing the products, beauty and fashion style tips, plus maybe offer something like a personal shopper service who locates outfits and wardrobes on behalf of clients and can ship them to clients.
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  • Profile picture of the author arpitamishra
    PR is dead in 2016. Why do you even want to improve PR?
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by arpitamishra View Post

      PR is dead in 2016. Why do you even want to improve PR?
      You do still realize that it still is an important part of the Google ranking algorithm?
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      • Profile picture of the author Bear Huggins
        Perhaps the question is why you want to increase your PageRank? Or do you just want to increase your site's standing in the search engine. Those are two very different goals and outcomes. Not sure of your reasons for the question.
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        • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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          You asked a good question. The reason for me was not to increase rankings on google, was to give users more confidence. This are just my impressions and could be not shared by other people, but as soon as i get into a site and i see its rank is 0 i get out and i don't buy anything (if it s a site where you can actually buy something), that is the reason why i want to get at least to 2 and not because i want to rank the site on google.
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          • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
            Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

            The reason for me was not to increase rankings on google, was to give users more confidence. This are just my impressions and could be not shared by other people, but as soon as i get into a site and i see its rank is 0 i get out and i don't buy anything (if it s a site where you can actually buy something that is the reason why i want to get at least to 2 and not because i want to rank the site on google.
            Scrafted people saying PR still exists have confused you.

            GOOGLE IS NOT UPDATING PUBLIC PR.

            Your visitors will not see any increase - PR is not being updated publicly so the users will never see it. Good news is it seems like they are going to turn it of completely (After not updating it for years). At that time every page will show the same thing -

            nothing.
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            • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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              @Mike what do you mean users can't see PR?
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              • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
                Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

                @Mike what do you mean users can't see PR?
                Exactly what he means. You can't see PR!
                What you see now has not been updated in almost 2yrs so is meaningless and what you see now will be gone very soon.
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                • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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                  Ok didn 't know that wasn't updated for 2 years. Thanks
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                  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
                    Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

                    Ok didn 't know that wasn't updated for 2 years. Thanks
                    This is what I have posted in here 2 days ago
                    http://www.warriorforum.com/search-e...ank-score.html

                    Don't tell me you have never saw that post



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                    • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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                      No i haven't but I am reading it now.
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                      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                        Let's throw another log(arithm) on the fire.

                        The public PR number displayed in the tool bar was actually a rough indicator of an exponent.

                        On the PR scale, a PRO meant 10 raised to the 0 power, or 1

                        PR1 meant 10 raised to the 1st power, 10.

                        PR2 was 10 to the 2nd power, or 100

                        And so on.

                        So the jump from PR0 to PR1 was not really significant. Not nearly as significant as the jump from PR5 (10,000) to PR6 (100,000). Don't even think about a PR9 (100,000,000).

                        And that PR5 displayed on the toolbar could actually be a number between 5,000 and 50,000. You could improve your PR 40,000 points and it would not display on the public toolbar.
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                      • Profile picture of the author nextoronto
                        My domain was once a PR4 and now back to 0. The site was down for a long time and now that I'm finally using it I don't have the page rank I once enjoyed.

                        Right now I've been looking at my competitors backlinks and trying to build backlinks from niche-related websites.

                        This has been my strategy. When google decides to re-calculate my PR is on their watch.
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                      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                        Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

                        You really should not be posting stuff that you have no clue about.
                        That applies to most of the posters in this thread...

                        Then again, since when has knowing what you're talking about been a requirement for posting advice in the WF?
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                      Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

                      I know but is just an extension that is added to chrome in less than 30 secs. My mom has it
                      Congrats. Has she called yet on why it doesn't work any more?

                      Originally Posted by escambiasoft View Post

                      there are many way to increase your PR. seo, smo, ppc are best way for get traffic and increase pr. you shoud do also content writing, bookmarking etc.
                      Traffic has nothing to do with PR. It's not even directly affecting your rankings.
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                      • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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                        The extension doesn t tell you that is not working and not updated for 2 years
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                          Sneaky little buggers, ain't they?

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                          The extension doesn t tell you that is not working and not updated for 2 years
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          • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
            Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

            i see its rank is 0 i get out and i don't buy anything
            You do realize that this is stupid to ignore some site that may beat most ranked sites?
            It's like say: at least I buy hamburger in McDonald I rather to die from hunger. Really?



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            • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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              @fastreplies Mr. funnyman seems like you know it all buddy. We are sooooo lucky!
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                Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

                @fastreplies Mr. funnyman seems like you know it all buddy. We are sooooo lucky!
                Funny? There is nothing funny to reply to stupid statements, to something
                3rd grader would know better than some grown man will ask or commenting.

                How many people have to tell you that you should clear up your brain and start
                thinking straight? Blaming me won't change the fact, you need to grow up.

                Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

                @Mike what do you mean users can't see PR?
                You see what I mean?



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                  Apparently not everyone agrees with you here. I am just asking. Also i never talked like i was 100% sure about something. If you read my question i say that i know nothing about this topic. It was a question....
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    @fastreplies I don't want to be rude or anything but your comments are not constructive comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author sonipat
    Hello dear,
    For increase PR,
    you just only increase backlinks for your website.
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      • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
        Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        How would that do anything for PR?
        The problem is no dickhead is bother to read all posts and Mods should delete garbage
        posted by people who are getting paid to expose signatures, sending strong signals that
        this forum won't tolerate people who are turning it in cesspool. Think: Digital Pointless



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  • Profile picture of the author guptanisha80
    The best way to increase PR is by generating huge traffic to your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      And how would that increase PR seeing it has nothing to do with PR? And how would you know it increased it and by how much, seeing that Google ain't telling no more?

      Originally Posted by guptanisha80 View Post

      The best way to increase PR is by generating huge traffic to your website.
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
          Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

          Now PR...now that's a horse of a different color. Google has
          told us how they calculate it. It's all about links. At least
          we are not working in the dark about that one.
          Ah, but for the last two years we have been working in the dark. Suppose I told you that a location you badly wanted to reach existed, and told you it could be reached by driving down paved roads, but refused to tell you where it was or how close you were getting?

          Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

          So, I concentrate on links, not even thinking about PR.
          I don't have to. It's built in to my strategies. But my
          strategies are chosen wisely.

          Paul
          Bingo. It sounds like you are concentrating on something you can measure, even if imperfectly.

          Nothing will ever increase the forward facing PR the public sees. We all agree on that. Which means there is no way to make that little green bar move. So why try?

          Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

          You asked a good question. The reason for me was not to increase rankings on google, was to give users more confidence. This are just my impressions and could be not shared by other people, but as soon as i get into a site and i see its rank is 0 i get out and i don't buy anything (if it s a site where you can actually buy something), that is the reason why i want to get at least to 2 and not because i want to rank the site on google.
          Even when Papa Google did update the public page rank, a PR0 wasn't necessarily bad. Often it meant that the site was simply new enough that the public data didn't register yet. I had sites go from 0 to 2-3 in a single update, so what you saw still wasn't necessarily a true picture. Now that the public PR is no longer being updated, that PR0 site could easily be a PR 4 or PR5 if the numbers were up to date.

          The one you had to watch for was a site that had NO PR, with the bar grayed out. It was an indication that Google had dropped the site from the index altogether.
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          • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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            Most of the people are not experts and i think their minds work that way. PR0 = new site, And sometimes is hard to trust a new site...
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            • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
              Originally Posted by SCrafted View Post

              Most of the people are not experts and i think their minds work that way. PR0 = new site, And sometimes is hard to trust a new site...
              I think you are missing a HUGE fact Scrafted


              Most browser don't have any tool to view Pagerank and most of the public doesn't even know what it is. On most browsers they would have to install a plugin. Its something that was mostly looked at by SEOs not the general public.
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              • Profile picture of the author SCrafted
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                I know but is just an extension that is added to chrome in less than 30 secs. My mom has it
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by guptanisha80 View Post

      The best way to increase PR is by generating huge traffic to your website.
      and the totally clueless SEO's from India continue to post in this thread ....
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  • Profile picture of the author vedasri
    Google is not updating pagerank from past 2 years. You can concentrate on buliding good quality backlinks for your website. Then your website will get increase the pagerank when it will be updated.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by vedasri View Post

      Google is not updating pagerank from past 2 years. You can concentrate on buliding good quality backlinks for your website. Then your website will get increase the pagerank when it will be updated.
      You really should not be posting stuff that you have no clue about.
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by vedasri View Post

      Then your website will get increase the pagerank when it will be updated.
      Google has announced that they're killing the publicly visible PR score. You won't see it increase no matter how long you wait.
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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 Davidtom
    Hello SCrafted,

    Try to create back links from high authoritative websites .. and do quality work Chose those websites for back linking which have high PA and DA.
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  • Profile picture of the author aleey
    Page rank depends on lots of factors.For increasing Page rank always focus on back links.If backlinks are more ,page rank will automatically increased.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by aleey View Post

      Page rank depends on lots of factors.For increasing Page rank always focus on back links.If backlinks are more ,page rank will automatically increased.
      Care to explain how you determine the PR of a page?
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  • Profile picture of the author dkate9
    Google is not updating PR now, So we have to focus on search presence and traffic, I have found over the years that the easiest way to achieve this is through great content, Also social Bookmarking, quality niche backlinks is a very effective method for achieving huge traffic and search presence.
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  • Profile picture of the author rswami65
    Just place your website backlink on High DA and PA website. It will help you to increase your website PR.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Your list, meh. But even if it were a great list of activities to increase PR, so what? You would never know your PR so why not forget about it and focus on ranking for keywords that make you money? Having great PR and knowing it is really useful if you sell backlinks from that page, otherwise, not so much. As it was already said by Mark Anthony, having a great PR doesn't equal you ranking for your best keyword. It's best to forget PR, don't you think? and focus on ranking and conversions.

      Originally Posted by ankurchabda View Post

      Below are suggestions for increasing your page rank:
      1.Include useful good quality info on your site.
      2.Publish your site to various web directories and reference sites.
      3.Promote your site to everyone with whom you communicate.
      4.Provide a Rich Site Summary (RSS).
      5.Ask other high-quality websites to link to your site.
      6.Offer motivation for highly ranked websites to link to yours.
      7.Keep your website up.
      Originally Posted by Girishshubhashish View Post

      Page rank of any website are calculated on various aspects such as backlinks, inbound and outbound links and so on. To increase PR of your website quality content, site submissions, guest posting, social bookmarking can be used.
      Originally Posted by onlinesmsshop View Post

      Connect your website to reputed, trustworthy and high traffic domain. You will get quickly PR, If PR is Displaying on browser ......
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  • Profile picture of the author AkashBorah
    In order to increase Page Rank you must have unique quality articles which your readers want to share with their associates.To boost Page Rank you must have high quality Backlinks and the most effective way to generate quality backlinks is to submit your site on distinct web directories and article directories.

    Guest Posting is one of the most used and best strategy to increase Page Rank.
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  • Profile picture of the author VidasVegas
    To increase your blog or website PR is to build a dofollow backlinks related to your blog/website character.To increse alexa rating you can use any software or service that provides traffic from different IP addresses for very cheap price.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thoughtgrid
    The best way to increase page rank first of all put your link on high profile sites and optimize your site for seo friendly and also regularly update your content regularly and also use some off page activities like blog posting,forum posting,article submission,bookmarking these also helpful to improve your sites in ranking position SERP(search engine result page)
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  • Profile picture of the author silveroaks
    Ever since Google discontinued sharing the page rank publicly its significance has somewhat decreased. Although there are ways to increase the rank of your page I suggest that you give priority to keyword ranking because keyword ranking is more crucial in gaining better traffic to your site.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by pxljobs View Post

      The following ways we have to improve the page rank of your site,
      1.Link pointing to your web site
      2.Your title tag
      3.Your page must have words you think people will search for
      4.Use the search engine sitemap
      5.Check your robot.txt file
      6.Don't waste your time with google tool bar.
      Do you have any clue what PR even is?
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  • Profile picture of the author seogenious
    for ranking you need to high quality articles and quality backlink because more backlinks = more traffic it is not true ,Less quality backlink = more real traffic this is true
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