Page Rank Guides
The PageRank of your website will govern the amount of traffic your website receives through the Google Search Engine.
Many people are now struggling to obtain the elusive target of a high Page Rank for their websites and facing a wall they cannot climb. The wall is of course, how to get the best Page Rank. Are Back Links the answer to this dilemma? If you work hard enough creating Back Links around the web will this have a direct positive impact on your website Page Rank?
Page Rank is a complicated method of determining how useful your website is to users based on a scale of 0 -10 (ten being the highest). Your Page Rank will have an affect on how Google places your website when a user searches for related keywords. Naturally, the better your Page Rank is, the higher your website placement will be and the ultimate goal is to appear top of the list when a potential customer searches for your keywords. Many people are now using Back Links extensively in order to produce positive Page Rank results. The results of Back Linking can vary depending on quantity, frequency and associated Page Rank.
Back Links are created by having a link to your website on an external page. This means you need to get other people to link to your website. Unfortunately, this doesn’t happen overnight and it takes a lot of work to create an extensive range of Back Links. The amount of Back Links Google can find that point to your website will tell Google how highly other people rate your website. The more Back Links you have out there, the higher your Page Rank will be. Back Links are not the only factor for Page Ranking so you should ensure you develop further marketing and SEO methods for your website on top of an extensive Back Link building program. Things like Meta descriptions and SEO content will also determine how relevant your website is when a user searches for certain keywords.
There is no solid definition of how many Back Links you need to obtain a certain Page Rank. Because there are other factors it can be difficult to pin a Page Rank down, some pages may have few Back Links and still have a high Page Rank number. Regardless of this, a website with more Back Links generally tends to achieve a higher Page Rank and as long as the Back Links are achieved properly, they can have a definite positive affect on your website Page Rank.
In addition to the overall quantity of your Back Links, your Page Rank will depend on the increase of Back Links you achieve each month. It has been shown that a steady flow of Back Links created will help you to maintain your current Page Rank. This means you will need to steadily and consistently provide Back Links to your website on external sites.
Back Links Quality
Your Page Rank will also be affected by the quality of your Back Links. If a high ranking website links to you, Google will deem your website to be of importance and value to an already prominent website. This means you will get a terrific boost to your Page Rank from every high quality Back Link. The way in which Google determines a website Page Rank has long been an elusive piece of knowledge and the design of it has changed considerably over the years, however the basis of the system remains constant.
The quality of your Back Links can also have a negative impact on your Page Rank. If the links are part of a “Bad Neighborhood” you can experience a drop in your Page Rank because they feature a Back Link to your website. It’s not just a case of putting as many links out there as possible; you also need to consider where your links are going. Websites that use illegal means to achieve a Page Rank such as hidden links, hidden content or excessive keywords will have a negative impact on themselves and those associated with them. If you remove any links to bad neighborhoods and successfully request webmasters to remove your links, your Page Rank will be positively affected.