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Simplifying the Google's PageRank Tale

Google’s PageRank [popularly known as PR] is a very powerful link analysis algorithm that evaluates the prominence of a particular webpage. If compared to other techniques used for ranking a website, PageRank is one among the strong instruments draws on for the purpose. PageRank ranges from 0-10 and a website that acquires 10 out of 10 is ranked top and prominence gradually declines with 9,8,7,6 … and so on.

Google’s strategy to rank pages in its search engine results pages is quite straightforward. After finding all the relevant pages that matches the entered search keyword, Google ranks the pages on the basis of these keywords. Later it calculates the inbound anchor texts explored across the website and allots the PageRank.

Factors that affect the PageRank

There are a number of things need to be considered while performing link exchange with other website since it may affect your overall PageRank.

A relevant link on your website impacts more than some irrelevant links. So if you are looking for high PageRank, sustain and rely on related backlinks.