The most widespread myth is that Page Rank is a quality stamp of your website, blog, shop and so on in Google’s eyes, that is, the higher the PageRank the better your page and content is and the more it is worth.
This is not accurate, which on the other hand unfortunately also means that many are using the different pagerank checker in the wrong way, therefore not having the right basis for further search engine optimization of their website. This ultimately may very well mean that you have spent a lot of time and perhaps money, on something that does not have the result that was the goal.
So let’s once and for all make it clear what Google’s PageRank is and what significance it has.
PageRank evaluates on two things:
On how many links there are to a web page from other pages, and on the quality the sites linking to your website. In other words, the content of your website is completely irrelevant compared to the PR your site gets. So that means if you have a high PageRank, are the pages that links to your quality sites, thus helping to raise the value to your page but not your pagerank.
It therefore means that the number of your backlinks is not the only thing that is relevant, you need to keep assessing the value of the link you get. In other words, a link from a page with great value, is better than a link from multiple pages with a small value. In other words, links from sites like http://www.bbc.com and http://www.nbc.com are better than links from http://www.Peters-hotdogstand.com.
Which is also stated by Matt Cutts.
But how do you find these pages that have a great value, and where you can get backlinks from.
After my personal experience, are these following things something you can do to find them.!
1: If Google indexes the pages quickly, in other words, how often does Google go through the website. You can see it by checking the Google cache content of a given page, take for example the latest blog entry and check it against the Google cache: http://www.dommain.com/blogtitle. If it was indexed 14 days after it´s written, then are the value is not that great.
2: The number of backlinks to the given page, it can be done using a backlink checker.
3: Number of indexed pages from the website, ie how many of the pages on the website are indexed, for example in Google. The more pages are indexed the higher its value. (Indexed page checker
4: Look at the websites pagerank if it has a high PageRank and therefore has quality backlinks. One must assume that the page also has some value, but not necessarily equivalent to it´s PR.
This is also where the myth of the page’s value is the same as happened PR, and it is easy to see why it happened.
It also means that we can clear up one more of the many other SEO myths, such as the myth that a link directory or / and an article database has no value. They just like all other websites that has different values, so you have to make the same checks as with any other websites to check whether it is worthwhile to create a link / article on that page. If the website a low number of pages indexed below, then is the value is not very high.!
Like this post on how many backlinks it takes to change your Google pagerank, “How Many Backlinks Required for Google Pagerank?”
Good hunting for quality links.
This entry is made on the basis of my own opinion, are not necessarily the right one.!
What is your opinion on the issue.?