edit Kristina Weis on December 14, 2010
edit What is PageRank?
PageRank is all about reputation and the value of links. It's a measurement of how important any web page is, based on the number of links to that page and the importance of the sites providing those links.
PageRank is at the heart of Google's ranking algorithm, which guides the company's attempt to return the most relevant results for any search query. Google uses at least 200 ranking factors, which is good to keep in mind whenever anyone starts talking about PageRank.
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