What is Google PageRank?

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What is Google PageRank?
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  • Profile picture of the author Zotek11
    It is the points Google gives to your website page. It indicates how well your website has performed on search engine in the eyes of Google. The higher the page rank better ranking it will get.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOptimization@1
    PageRank is what Google uses to determine the importance of a web page. It's one of many factors used to determine which pages appear in search results. PageRank is also sometimes referred to by the slang term "Google juice."

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    Hope, that helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Alfred
    Originally Posted by eventindelhi777 View Post

    What is Google PageRank?
    There are a lot of threads already existing on this, it's best to use the search function for this. For starters you can read up on these threads:

    - How Traffic Exchanges Can Boost Google Page Rank...Really!
    - Have Any Tool for Checker Google Page Rank???
    - Domain Authority Vs Page Rank ?
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  • Profile picture of the author muskan gupta
    Google ranks pages based on how important they are to the world. This is done with a complex and very secret math equation. The basic ingredients include content richness, page authority, keyword density, back links, exit links, traffic, and search demand. No body outside of Google knows the exact formula, but here at RedFusion Media, we have followed and studied Google for years.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by Zotek11 View Post

    It is the points Google gives to your website page. It indicates how well your website has performed on search engine in the eyes of Google. The higher the page rank better ranking it will get.
    That is not PageRank.

    Originally Posted by SEOptimization@1 View Post

    PageRank is what Google uses to determine the importance of a web page. It's one of many factors used to determine which pages appear in search results. PageRank is also sometimes referred to by the slang term "Google juice."

    More

    Hope, that helps.

    Sincerely,
    Steve
    How can you be an SEO and not know what PageRank is?

    Originally Posted by muskan gupta View Post

    Google ranks pages based on how important they are to the world. This is done with a complex and very secret math equation. The basic ingredients include content richness, page authority, keyword density, back links, exit links, traffic, and search demand. No body outside of Google knows the exact formula, but here at RedFusion Media, we have followed and studied Google for years.
    Wrong.


    PageRank is a formula that Google uses to measure the quality of incoming links to a webpage.
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  • Profile picture of the author Erick Lopez
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  • Profile picture of the author Devendra Jaiswal
    Hello,
    Google gives ranking to each page of website. But currently, Google stop giving pagerank to any page.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Devendra Jaiswal View Post

      Hello,
      Google gives ranking to each page of website. But currently, Google stop giving pagerank to any page.
      That is completely incorrect. Google never stopped using PageRank.
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  • Profile picture of the author saurabh mathur
    Google Page rank is the proprietary mathematical formula that is used yo calculate the importance of particular web page based on incoming link. It assign each web page a numeric value.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    Lots of clowns posting in this thread. Please stop
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

      Lots of clowns posting in this thread. Please stop

      lol....that isn't even possible round these parts anymore.

      The fun thing is the question itself has no practical use. No one knows what the pagerank for any page is. Its actually a history question.

      Google could be changing pagerank with every update and no one but them would know. in fact I'd argue that was their number one reason to stop publishing it.
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by Mike Anthony View Post

        lol....that isn't even possible round these parts anymore.

        The fun thing is the question itself has no practical use. No one knows what the pagerank for any page is. Its actually a history question.

        Google could be changing pagerank with every update and no one but them would know. in fact I'd argue that was their number one reason to stop publishing it.

        Exactly. The only thing I know for sure is that Google.com is probably PR 10. Outside of that, it's mostly speculation.

        It's also why I have grown more and more skeptical about 3rd party metrics. They tried to sort of emulate PageRank. When PR was publicly updated, we had a check and balance to see how they were doing in approximating it.

        For example, Moz's MozRank was usually pretty close to what Google reported as the PR of a page. DA and PA were always all over the place except at the lowest and highest extremes. Anything between 10 and 65-70 is a total crapshoot.

        Today though, who knows?
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      Originally Posted by zaleckihudle12 View Post

      PageRank is Google's system of counting link votes and determining which pages are most important based on them. These scores are then used along with many other things to determine if a page will rank well in a search.

      It's easy to search it on google. Do it yourself
      So do you really know what it is?
      You plagiarised/stole that from Searchengineland without giving them credit.
      Really poor form and not cool stealing other peoples content.
      https://searchengineland.com/what-is...bmasters-11068
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