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Search Engine Optimization => Advanced Search Engine Optimization => Topic started by: marissadsilva on 06-11-2015, 01:52:50

Title: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: marissadsilva on 06-11-2015, 01:52:50
Hello Friends,

Almost two years ago google has updates Page ranks for website, ( Google PageRank (PR) Update in the year December 2013 ).

Can google consider high pr backlinks for website ranking in serp?

Anyone knows, what are the role of PR of now days is considerable or not?

Share your valuable feedback.
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: somyasharma on 06-11-2015, 02:48:15
A page Rank is really matter for a website, because it determine the trust factor of Google. The more page rank, the higher is the trust. If you have higher page rank means you have an authority website. It takes time to build authority websites. A high page rank has more chances to come first on Google search results page. So, I think everyone wants a good PR for their website.   :) :)
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: marissadsilva on 06-11-2015, 03:23:10
But Google can not updates pageranks, what about the new website which is really good for backlink but they have 0 pr...? So what we will do?
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: vishistsingh on 07-01-2015, 05:48:42
Page rank of any website depends on the content of it. Even if your website is attractive and gives the right info about your products then also it can get high PR quickly. Other than that you have to make quality backlinks as well so that Google can rate it easily and can prove to be a genuine one as well for helping customers to stay on your website for long time.
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: WebOutGateway on 07-06-2015, 03:49:59
Hi marissadsilva!

A Page Rank for a website really matter nowadays because of the fact that users usually trust the website with a higher page rank in the search engine. With a higher page rank, you can get the trust of most of the users. :)

Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: RH-Calvin on 07-06-2015, 23:19:18
Domain authority is considered more these days compared to page rank for a website. DA denotes the trust flow of your website in search engines and helps to build link value for your website in search engines. It helps to improve your domain rank in search engines.
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: Shikha Singh on 03-28-2016, 05:18:48
PageRank, for most intents and purposes, just doesn’t matter all that much anymore and it seems like Google is giving PR progressively less and less weight. A site with a high PR can still easily get outranked in the search engine results page (SERP) by a site with a lower PR. And many sites that haven’t seen any meaningful update in years can still hold very high PR for some inexplicable reason.
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: arindamdutta16 on 04-11-2016, 05:46:44
Page rank is the numerical value given to the site by calculating its links traffic and popularity. Page rank is good and it depend on quality content, but I think we all want to write content for real people. So let`s just try to forget about search crawlers and page ranks. If the content and people who reads the content are real, unique, and they like and come back to read more, your goal is achieved.
Title: Re: Google Page Rank (PR) important or not?
Post by: Bloggo on 04-11-2016, 08:20:39
Hello Friends,

Almost two years ago google has updates Page ranks for website, ( Google PageRank (PR) Update in the year December 2013 ).

Can google consider high pr backlinks for website ranking in serp?

Anyone knows, what are the role of PR of now days is considerable or not?

Share your valuable feedback.

PR earlier used to be the best metrics for links, but since PR hasn't been updated for more 3 years today's PR might not be the right metric. Google should have it's very own way of defining trust and authority of website.

Todays Metrics:
DA
PA
Trust flow/Citation flow