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Google PageRank. What is that, you say? Maybe you have heard of the term “PageRank,” and perhaps you have not. If you are interested in Getting your Website to the top of the Google Search engine, you need to know what “PageRank” is!

PageRank is one of the essential items that Google uses to place a website in its Search Engine. If you have seen the PageRank of a Website, you are probably pretty well aware of what it is and how Google uses it. PageRank is a “Score” that Google assigns to a web page.

Generally, each web page that Google has indexed has some score. That is unless Google has penalized the pages and the Website to which they belong, giving them a value of ZERO. You see, Google makes the rules, and we play by them. Some pages have a high rank. (Lot’s of Juice), and others just a little (A few drops). Google no longer makes PageRank scores publicly available. In the past, Google released very general scores for websites. They ranged from 0 to 10. A web page showing zero value may have actually had a score. Say somewhere between (0 and .50). We do not know the rounding Google used when creating the scores it used to publish.
Even though Google no longer makes “PageRank” scores publicly available, it still uses the scores internally. PageRank scores are one of the most fundamental parts of Google’s scoring algorithms. The PageRank score any particular Web Page has is derived from how relevant Google thinks the page is to all the other pages that deal with similar content. The popularity of the Web Page takes into consideration third-party links. When a Web Page links to another Web Page, it is voting for that page. It says, “You have good content,” so I relate to you. The more links and votes a Web Page gets, the better.

Not all links are the same, though. A vote (Link) from a Web Page with a PageRank of 5 gives more “Juice” to the receiving page than a link from a Web Page with a PageRank of 1. This is because you can think of PageRank as currency. See, when a Web Page gives you a vote (A link), it pays for that vote. There is a cost associated with providing other Web Pages Links.

They are sending you some (Juice) PageRank value. Links from High PageRank sites are worth much more than those from low PageRank sites. This is one of the ways Google determines relevancy. If an important site links to you, that’s a BIG deal. It has value. That is why you want to always concentrate on Good Website Content that essential areas will think to have value.

For a more mathematical analysis of PageRank, you may want to look at the Wikipedia information on “PageRank.”

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