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Why Google’s PR is important for a forum

Tweet I have already posted about what Google’s PR or PageRank is. Many of the SEO Kiddies live for the day when Google “update” the PR every 3-4 months (when in reality they update it every day internally). Many of the SEO Kiddies and the SEO experts have dismissed PR as no longer being important […]

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mozRank and mozTrust

Tweet Google’s Page Rank is updated on a daily basis internally and a snapshot is exported to the Google Toolbar for us to see on a somewhat irregular scale (see the dates). What we get in the toolbar is a historical representation. It is not the true PR that is used by Google in the […]

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What is Link Juice?

Tweet Getting backlinks to a site is an important part of the search engine optimization (SEO) process and helping a site get all its pages indexed in the search engines and ranking well in them. Link Juice is the term used for how much benefit a link passes on, as not all links are equal. […]

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What is PageRank?

Tweet PageRank (PR) is the term that is trademarked and an algorithm patented by Google. PageRank is the link analysis algorithm named after one of the founders of Google, Larry Page. The algorithm assigns a numerical value to each page on the web based on the number of links to that page. The algorithm was […]

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How I pretend search engines rank sites

Tweet I like to think of the ranking of a site in search engines to be a conceptual formula. This is not how search engines actually rank a site or page, but pretending it does it this way helps understand what needs to be done: Ranking = relevance x importance +/- quality A number of […]

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Dates of Google PR updates

Tweet Google periodically exports the internal PR data that they update internally on a daily basis to the Google Toolbar for us to look at. The most recent dates of the export were approximately: 6 December 2013 5 February 2013 7 November 2012 2 August 2012 3 May 2012 6 February 2012 7 November 2011 […]

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