How many links to get pr 1?

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I've got a new blogger blog I'm trying to rank as part of a test for Seo.

How many links approximately does it take to get a or of 1?
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  • Profile picture of the author skywalkerph
    hello, you can get a high PR if you have a quality backlinks. Quality backlinks is more important than quantity. I have a website that only 120 backlinks, but have Google PR3
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    • Profile picture of the author seriousbsnz
      I understand how to build backlinks and the higher the pr the better.

      What im asking is how many backlinks would i need to get pr 1 if they were all pr 0.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaverickUK
    You need 14 backlinks for PR 1, 34 backlinks for PR 2, 76 for PR 3, 89 for PR 4, 125 for PR 5, 198 for PR 6, 274 for PR 7, 346 for PR 8, 534 for PR 9 and 1432 for PR 10.

    /end sarcasm
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  • Profile picture of the author JeanneLynn
    I have PR1 on a 2month old site and I've never done any backlinking. I do have 40 pages of unique content. I do want to try some backlinks soon, but I'm afraid that I'll look like a spammer.
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  • Profile picture of the author luckypig
    Quality counts!Linking to a PR7 page worth more than linking to 100 PR0 page.At least as far as I know.
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  • Profile picture of the author Talen
    Fourty two and one half
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  • Profile picture of the author elexmedia
    My site have PR2, but it's only link to 3 sites. Based on this experience it's about quality of backlink.
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  • Profile picture of the author andrewsmith24
    You just have to place your link to high pr quality websites try to generate quality back links.
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  • Profile picture of the author HostMafia
    try to find high pr pages (not sites) , and place your link there.
    Also nofollow-dofollow tags in links plays a mazor role .
    So try to get high pr Dofollow backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author MattewHayden555
    Originally Posted by seriousbsnz View Post

    I've got a new blogger blog I'm trying to rank as part of a test for Seo.

    How many links approximately does it take to get a or of 1?

    There is no limit like if you have on backlink of home page BBC news website then it will provide the atleast 5 or 6 page rank only on the basis of the single backlinks. Its all about the quality and authority of the backlink.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Wilson
    You can get up to PR3 without any backlinks whatsoever.

    PR1 should be no problem to achieve with a few links.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Daniel Wilson View Post

      You can get up to PR3 without any backlinks whatsoever.

      PR1 should be no problem to achieve with a few links.
      Please show me 1 site with a PR 3 and zero backlinks that doesn't involve any 301 redirects either.
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    • Profile picture of the author MaverickUK
      Originally Posted by Daniel Wilson View Post

      You can get up to PR3 without any backlinks whatsoever.

      PR1 should be no problem to achieve with a few links.
      Erm, good luck finding a website that is PR 3 without a single link or redirect...
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    • Originally Posted by Daniel Wilson View Post

      You can get up to PR3 without any backlinks whatsoever.

      PR1 should be no problem to achieve with a few links.
      Please qualify this statement.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jabapo
    Just link to hi PR's with quality... no matter how many. G depends on quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobKonrad
    There are charts like this floating around:



    But whether they are worth the pixels they are printed on - noone knows....

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  • Profile picture of the author PatchesDM
    Hey, I'm also a new blogger and was wondering if anyone could assist me in getting backlinks for my new site? How would I go about this, cheap yet efficient.
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  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
    It totally depends on where the links come from, i.e. how much juice flows from the page linking out.

    PR is more-or-less a logarithmic scale.

    So for example, if it takes roughly 10 PR 1 links to boost your web page to a PR 1, it will take ten times that to boost your web page to a PR2 or 100 PR1 links.

    The answer to your question is far too dynamic to lay out in simple numbers.
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  • Profile picture of the author vjslav
    Why do you worry about PR? It does very little value, except it paints the white bar green in your Firefox SEO toolbar.
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  • Profile picture of the author rooze
    First off, Page Rank has no real value or interest unless you're trying to sell ads/link space.
    Second, there are many more factors than backlinks determining PR. I have a PR5 site with hardly any incoming links, and the few that I do have are from low PR sites, like 0 and 1.
    Third, counting links coming off a page to yours you need to divide the PR of the page by the number of outbound links on it. In other words, if you have a link pointing to you from a PR5 page, but there are 100 other outbound links on that page, then the PR5 effect is diluted by a factor of 100, broadly speaking.
    Fourth - the site relevancy is more important than its PR.
    Fifth - Page Rank is meaningless and has no bearing on the site's capacity for getting good SERP's. Site Authority is important and is what determines your capacity for getting good SERP's.

    So my advice would be to focus on building authority and don't worry about Page Rank.
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