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The Top 5 Ways to Increase Your Google Page Rank

By Edited Apr 22, 2016 1 0

Google page rank is an abstract term used when people discuss their blog. Google has an algorithm that they use to show PR or page rank for blogs is a closely guarded secret. Increasing a blogs Google page rank is certainly not something that is accomplished overnight. However, this is certainly not an impossible task. If it was an overnight task every blog would be ranked as a PR of 10 or at the highest possible ranking. There are several ways that you can increase your Google page rank. These are the top 5 ways to increase your Google page rank;

1)    Get high quality related incoming links for your blog

 

Linking and back linking are extremely important for a blog. This is certainly the best way to increase your Google page rank. Bloggers will not notice the difference in their page rank or PR overnight, but there will be a real difference eventually.

 

The key is to make certain a blog has incoming links from highly authoritative sites or blogs and very well trafficked websites or blogs that are related to your blogs niche or topic.

 

A great example is if you have a blog about money management, getting a link from the Wall Street Journal website to your website will be a coup that certainly will affect your PR positively. Other sites that can also contribute to a blog's PR would be related to finance or financial business. Getting a link from a high PR blog related to family or health would be great, but it will not carry as much PR juice as the same niche.

 

2)    Great SEO is important

 

SEO or Search Engine Optimization is vital for increasing PR. Make certain your blog posts use SEO so you can increase your Google page rank.

 

Don’t over use SEO and cram your content with it. This is also used for negative effects on the same number you are trying to increase. Use it effectively to make search engines find and recognize your content for great keywords and phrases.

 

3)    Copied content will not increase your Google page rank

Original content will increase your Google page rank. However, copied content will not increase your Google page rank. Unoriginal or republished content on your blog posts will hurt your PR. Google will penalize unoriginal content.

Unfortunately the algorithm Google uses can recognize that content is not original, but cannot tell which article or post is the original. This is unfortunate for bloggers  punished for content that was original on their blog and copied to another site or blog.

This is not the same as spinning content. Spinning a post or article is considered an original submission if it differs from the original. How much of a difference is an unknown. Does it search for 60% or 78%? Who knows how much? The safest bet or investment is to have as much original quality content on your blog as possible. This will increase your PR rank.

Innocent scraping of content can harm your blog’s PR. Therefore, bloggers that use automated software to get content must be careful they are not receiving copied or unoriginal content.

4)    Too many incoming links to your blog is not a good thing

 

Too much of anything is not a good thing. This is true for incoming links as well as anything else. The algorithm that Google uses is searching for quality links and not quantity which is important to increase your Google page rank.

 

Numerous bloggers will read a lot of web content that advises to increase incoming links and go overboard with the process. The will build content in article directories, build content on article content sites, leave comments, guest blog posts and take part in forums that all have incoming links to your blog. Random link exchanges are also a popular item around the web. Too many incoming links to your blog could harm your blog as much as not enough incoming links.

 

The ideal quality link for blogs is an incoming link, within your same niche, from a high PR site or blog. The more of these links you have the better. Although many bloggers have tried to find a way to get around the system when it comes to inbound links, these same bloggers are typically identified and penalized beyond repair for blogs that potentially could have been great in the long run.

 

5)    Post regularly

Regular posting is a step in the right direction for increasing your page rank. Regular posting is more important than many bloggers think. A number of bloggers will create a blog on one of the free hosting services and crank out 50 or 60 wonderful posts and move on to the next project. Revisiting the same blog a couple of months later they will discover they have an extremely low PR. After going through the checklist they don’t understand why they have a low PR when they have followed the map correctly for a high page rank.

Posting on a regular basis for your blog is a way to keep your audience as well as attracting positive attention from Google. Make certain that you post to your blog on a regular basis for increased PR.

When defining a regular basis consider positing at least 2-3 times a week minimum. For new blogs just starting out post more often than 2-3 times per week. A new post daily would be ideal, but this schedule is difficult for most bloggers.

Don’t try and short cut the “system” for obtaining a terrific PR. Slow and steady is the course. How slow and how steady is up to you. Increasing the page rank of a blog is something that will not happen overnight, but it is obtainable in a blogs lifetime.

Your blogs PR rank is extremely important in making your blog work for you. The higher PR or page rank your blog has the more credibility you can see for your blog.

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