PageRank and Backlinks

Not everyone in Search Engines Optimization knows about the fact ratio of the incoming links and Google PageRank. All we have is “specialists’ opinions”, which may be right or totally wrong. This article will help you to understand and find out what is going on there for real. Understanding of the technical part of backlinks […]

PageRanking improve factors

This note describes some parameters improve the pagerank in search engines and the way to raise it optimizing the ‘off page’. Everyone who made and published a site in the Internet is interested in its correct indexation by search engines to raise site emergence by relevant search requests. So make sure that all the pages […]

PageRank Increasing for Search Engines

How to raise PageRank of the web-pages? This question is getting more urgent today. It’s all because this parameter affects the site position in search result list. Here I want to suggest you an easy way to increase PageRank of your pages only by small changes in them. If you are carrying the problem of […]

Website creation and PageRank

What is PageRank? Google uses PageRank of just PR to define the importance of a page. It’s wrong to think that PageRank is the main factor in page ranking i.e. positions defining in search results. But understanding the principles of its forming may help to understand the logic of search engines when defining the ‘weight’ […]

Backlinks and Google PageRank

First of all there are two PageRank indexes. The first one shows a number in Google Toolbar, characterizing the PageRank of your page and is updated every 3-4 months. Another PageRank is always updated and is used in search engine ranking algorithm. The first one is used only by web-masters for rating indication and the […]

Factors affecting PageRank

Frequent site updates don’t raise PageRank automatically. A high PageRank can’t guarantee high positions in search results. The DMOZ and the Yahoo! catalogues don’t raise PageRank automatically. .edu and .gov sites don’t raise PageRank automatically. Other pages may have higher PageRank than the front page. The Wikipedia site links don’t raise PageRank automatically. The links […]

PageRank explained

The first company to receive the patent for outbound links accounting system was Google Inc. This algorithm was named PageRank (PR). Here goes some information about this algorithm and its possible affection the search results ranking process. PageRank (PR) index calculation is made separately for each web-page. This index is defined according to the citation […]

How precise is Google Toolbar?

Google Toolbar shows a site weight not very precisely, but it’s the only tool giving you at least some information any time you want. If you know the toolbar limitations you know at least what you see. So there are two limits in Google Toolbar: 1. Sometimes the toolbar defines weight approximately. If you open […]

Algorithms Google PageRank

The original algorithm of PageRank was described by Lawrence Page and Sergey Brin. It’s calculated by the formula: PageRank(A) = (1-d) + d(PageRank(T1)/C(T1) + … + PageRank(Tn)/C(Tn)) Where – PageRank(A) is the PageRank of the A page, – PageRank(Ti) is the PageRank of the Ti page which has a link to the A, – C(Ti) […]

Why is a page with a lower PageRank displayed above mine?

I want to thank Phil Craven for the given right to publish the information. You may find the original article at PageRank doesn’t define the page’s rating in search results itself. If it were so, all the PageRank 10 pages were shown on the top of the results and after them PageRank 9 pages […]

PageRank History

PageRank is one of the link ranking algorithms. This algorithm is applied to a collection of documents linked by the hyperlinks  (such as web-sites of the World Wide Web), and assigns each of them a certain numeric value, measuring the “importance” or the “authority” among the other documents. Commonly speaking the algorithm may be applied […]