What is PageRank

What is google pagerank

PageRank is a patented method to provide numerical importance of each item in a set of documents displayed as links on the Internet. PageRank on Google is a note for each website on the Internet. Google works as a unique combination of advanced hardware and software algorithms. Google’s search speed is attributed on the efficiency of their search algorithm and on the network of thousands of computers put to work as a super fast search engine.

PageRank is a system of classification of web pages developed by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

PageRank relies on the unique nature of the Internet to use the vast network of connections (links) as an indicator of the value of individual websites. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote on page A for page B. But Google analyzes not only the volume of links, but the page where the link is posted. The links posted on pages that are important have more weight and help others become important pages too. Important and quality sites receive a higher PageRank and Google stores this information for these pages in search activities, ranking them higher among other sites.

Of course, important pages mean nothing if are not meeting our search criteria. So, Google combines PageRank with sophisticated matching techniques to find textual and important websites on the criteria mentioned above, but also to meet our search criteria. Google examines all aspects of its content and content pages on sites that bind a match to determine the best possible search criteria.

Google Toolbar PageRank displays a value between 0 and 10 for a site. It is updated every 3 months (in most of the cases), so the results displayed in the Toolbar are historical and not in real time. Google Toolbar can be easily fooled by a fake PageRank (by forwarding – spoofing).

In efforts to optimize sites for search engines (SEO – Search Engine Optimization), some sites take advantage of a high PageRank by selling links. Because links received from a site with a higher PageRank has a great importance, it may be a viable marketing strategy to increase traffic and popularity of your site. Tricking the system by such methods affect the quality of search and because of this, Google does not agree with this (manipulating) method and those who sell links risk declassification or total ignorance by search engines.

Proposal of rel = “nofollow” by Google

In 2005, Google has implemented a new value, the rel = “nofollow” attribute to HTML for webmasters or bloggers, that can put this value to links that Google will not take into account in calculating PageRank. This new value has been implemented to combat the phenomenon of SPAM.

For example, in the past, a webmaster could increase links to their websites by posting on forums with high PageRank value, to artificially increase their value. But now this method does not work anymore, because many forums assign the “nofollow” value to any link from a post.

Google PageRank is calculatet every 3-4 months, but this is not a fixed term.

Google+ Launches Google+ Pages For Business

Google+ Pages

Google+ social network of the giant Google, had earlier this week made a new step to be closer and more better than its Facebook rival: released the new feature “Pages”, by which any website, blog, brand or business can create a personalized page.

This move was expected by many of those 40 million users of Google+ social networking and will surely attract attention of companies, which will soon discover a new medium through which to promote their products, business and ideas.

The best part is that the new Page concept from Google + is extremely easy to use, whether you want to create and manage a page or just to virtually interact with your audience.

How to create a Google+ Page:

Nothing is more simple. Simply open Google+ and at the right bottom, in the last column, you will find the section “Create a Google + Page”. If you still have problems, you can go here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/pages/create

After choosing the type of page you want to create, you must enter the page name, you website address, which includes category page and … press Create. That’s all.

Introduction To Google AdSense

Introduction to google adsense

What is Google AdSense?

This is an introductory article in which I summarized in what Google AdSense is consisting, for those who have not yet heard of this program. If you already know what AdSense is, you can skip this and read other interesting articles in this site.

Google AdSense is one of the best programs you can register online to make money through your blog or site. 90% of you have probably already heard about Google AdSense. For those who still have not heard of it, I will make a brief presentation about AdSense in the next lines.

Google AdSense is an online advertising program that belongs to the giant Google company. The basic idea is simple: you make an AdSense account, if your site is accepted, you will be able to create and customize some ads (contextual text and image advertising) that you will include in site pages using JavaScript code that your AdSense account will generate for you.

These adverts are of two types: text and images. These will display be advertisements of various sites chosen based on the content page where the ad is placed. So if you have a website or blog reviews about photo cameras, AdSense adverts will be mostly about cameras. If you have a blog about travel, the ads are likely to be from different travel companies offering travel packages, etc. You get the idea.

But making money with Google AdSense is not very easy. Do not think that will be enough to make a WordPress or Blogspot (which is also operated by Google) blog, write an article about a certain topic, put some ads, and ready money will start flowing. No, it’s not so easy. There are many factors that determine how much money you can make using AdSense, and traffic (number of visitors to the site), site topic, type and positioning of advertisements and so much more. But about all of this, you will find in future articles on this site.