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How to Increase Google Pagerank – Part 1/2

Article by Alia Bousi

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Google PageRank has become one of the most important measurements when users are checking a sites authority on the web. To increase google pagerank, you must first understand how Google assigns page rank to each site. Increasing your Google PageRank will not happen overnight. It requires a lot of time and effort. So lets dig in and find out how you can increase Google PageRank for your site.

Quick Overview

Before I get into explaining how you can increase Google PageRank for your web site, let me first explain what Google PageRank is. PageRank is a tool (Ranking) system that was developed by Google to rate each site. Ratings of 0-10 is assigned to each website by Google using a very complex algorithm. 0 being the lowest ranking, and 10 being the highest. (e.g. Google.com has a PageRank of 10). You will also come across sites that have “Un-Assigned” Google PageRanking. This means that either the site has just been established and not indexed by google, or that the site has banned by Google.

The Algorithm used to assign PageRank are very complex and can not be cracked, however most experts do agree that Google PageRank uses back links as a major variable in the complex algorithm used to assign PageRank to a web site. Keep this in mind, because this is very important.

Back Links

As I mentioned, Backlinks plays a major factor when Google is assigning a PageRank for a site. A back link is when a web site uses “a href” to link back to your site.

So for example, you have a blog that talks about new hard drives on the market (harddriverus. com). Your friend has a blog on new web cams. Your friend mentions new hard drives ask his readers to check out harddriverus.com and puts a link in his posts. Congratulations, you just got a external backlink. ( Internal backlinks are just as important as external backlinks, however external backlinks weight more in Google’s algorithm than internal links. This doesn’t mean it’s not important to establish some internal links for your web site.)

Page Rank is almost like a voting system. Every time another website gives you a back link, Google counts that as a vote. The More back links you get, the more votes Google counts towards your site. Now, it does get a little bit more complicated. Not all votes are made equal. Some votes have more weight than others. We will get into that shortly.

So, a quick re-cap, Page Rank algorithm is complicated, however experts are in agreement that Back Links plays a major role is the assignment of PageRank for each web site. Back Links is described as a voting system. The more back links you receive, the more votes are counted for you by Google.

In the second part of “How to increase Google PageRank” I am going to talk about how Google Weighs each vote, and how you can take advantage of that, and how you can increase Google PageRank for your website.

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