If ‘High Pagerank Links’ can be a phrase that appears frequently in your daily to-do list, then you certainly are well on the right course. However if you’re beginning and you have deciding on a hundreds of unproductive ‘flash inside the pan’ activities each day then what are high Page Rank links, what makes them important and how do you find them?
Firstly, you have to know that each site in the world – i.e. millions of them – is spidered by Google and also the other engines and designated a diploma of authority – Page Ranking. Most websites will not be online search engine optimised, have few links and so are therefore unranked. The best ranked sites have a large number of incoming links, many off their high PR sites.
Google and Yahoo! have ranks of 10 (the best), and after that it goes as a result of 1 from 10 etc. A PageRank 2 site is thought to have 8 times the authority of any PR 1. A PR 3 site has 8 times the authority in the PR2 and so 64 times the authority of a PR1 and so on. So very high Page Rank links convey enormous authority through to sites they link to.
This rise in authority will spot your website climb the charts and show up on the initial search engine results page in the organic, free search listings on the left-hand side. This is why boatloads of highly targeted free traffic is poised to knock on the door.
The easiest way to identify when a site you’re surfing is going to provide high Page Ranking links is to simply and freely install the Google Tool Bar, that can show a figure of dexspky50 to ten (or ) for each site you visit. This is certainly in addition to the Alexa bar which is also free, and will reveal the general ranking of a site.
So once you’ve found sites with any sort of PageRank, higher the more effective, we need to get about creating buy backlinks as often as you possibly can. We can easily visit highly ranked blogs and comment on a thread, providing valuable insight rather than just link posting. We could bring about relevant forums, again posting valuable content, but such as a ‘signature’ that links returning to your blog with the keyword within the key phrases.
You may submit articles to the top level article submission sites having a link in the authors bio box linking returning to your blog using the keyword in the link, where other publishers can download your article (with the authors resource box intact on pain of death!) and you’ll have the ‘link juice’ from that site also.