What is PageRank?
What is PageRank?
PageRank is Google's system of counting all of the links to a page and then determining how important a page is based on its votes (links). These scores are then used along with many other factors to determine how well a page will rank in a search.
Google Describes PageRank as:
"PageRank carefully selects the credibility of a page by each casted vote, as votes from some pages are considered to have greater value, thus giving the linked page an edge over the rest. With this matter, we have always taken a practical approach to help improve search quality and create useful products, with a technology that uses the cumulative intelligence of the web to determine a page's importance."
As Google's search engine algorithm has evolved, it has become more intelligent and has been able to factor out many ways to cheat its voting system. As an example, Google will not include links from known link farms. Some links can cause a site to be penalized such as being associated with low PageRank sites. Autobacklink Service's staff through their experience in the industry are able to easily weed out any sites which can have a negative effect on your site and provides organic, hand-made links with sites PageRank 4 or higher to ensure you receive the most positive impact possible to your site.
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