Find Out The Most Efficient & Affordable Way of Increasing Your Site's Google PR Any backlink from any webpage increases your website's PR (except no-follow links). However, there is a HUGE difference between a passed
PR weight from each web-page, depending on its PR and number of outbound links it has. The easiest way to increase your site's Google PR is to buy links on those pages, which pass high Google PR Weight to your web page!
Passed PR Weight - is Google PageRank weight, passed from the backlink page to your web page. This weight is calculated based on the Google PageRank Formula. For your convenience, below we provided a simplified explanation of Google PR Formula.
Simplified Explanation of Google PageRank Formula
Each Google PageRank, which you see as a green bar in your Google Toolbar has its own hidden weight, which is not shown in the toolbar. In the table below you can see that each PR has 5 times more weight, than the previous PR.
|Google PR of the Backlink Page||PR Weight of the Backlink Page|
following PR weight:
PR weight of Page A /number of outbound links on Page A -15% = weight, passed to your Page B
this is the formula!
(Note: we didn't invent this formula. You can find the same, but more difficult explanation of Google PR formula on Wikipedia and other web resources.)
For example, if you buy a backlink on PR6 page with 25 outbound links, then your page will get
the following PR weight: 15,625 (weight of PR6 page) / 26 outbound links (25 existing links, plus
your link will become 26th outbound link) - 15% = 510.82 passed PR weight. This weight will be
added to your current page's weight. If your page is PR0 (1 weight), then it will become PR3 in the next Google PR update. Why PR3? Link from PR6 page passed 510.82 weight to your page, and if you take a look in the above table, you'll see that to get PR4, you need to have 625 weight . Since
your page has only 511.82 weight, it will get PR3.
So start Buying Links Now .All this means that when you purchase backlinks, you need to consider not only Google PR of the page, but also the number of outbound links on that page.