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How is PageRank Calculated?
« on: November 08, 2008, 05:21:58 AM »
How is PageRank calculated?

PageRank is determined based on both the number and quality of the links pointing to a given Web page or document. The higher the PR of a page\'s backlinks, and the fewer outward-pointing links there are on a Webpage, the more PageRank (PR) is allocated to that Web page. For example, a Web page with a fairly high Google PageRank of 6, but that has many outbound links, might pass along much less PageRank than a PR4 page with only several outbound links. This is just a very basic assessment though. The actual number of variables in calculating PageRank (PR) is simply too high for easy computation.

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How is PageRank Calculated?
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