Page Rank - A Quick Overview for Beginners...

Written by Farid Aziz

What is a Page Rank? No need to be ashame to ask! Here goesrepparttar outline...

Page Rank (PR) is a specific value for a website page given by Google. It is Google's measure ofrepparttar 137320 importance of a certain site page. The scale is between 1-10. Google gives your website high PR if it is popular. It's based onrepparttar 137321 number of votes other websites give for your website.

Those websites give votes to your site by putting a link to it on their websites. When you link your site to another website, that means you vote for it.

From this information, if you want your site to have a high PR, then you have to get as many votes as possible from other websites. In other words, make as many links as possible to your site and you will have higher PR!

Avoiding the Big Page Title Mistake

Written by Rob Francis

One ofrepparttar biggest mistakes made by website owners is leavingrepparttar 136969 titles ofrepparttar 136970 website pages blank or filled withrepparttar 136971 wrong words.

The page title of any website page is set usingrepparttar 136972 HTML *TITLE* tag. Even if you don't dorepparttar 136973 programming yourself, you can always check your website pages and have your web designer makerepparttar 136974 changes for you.

If you want to see an example ofrepparttar 136975 number of website pages that are not named well, then simply take a walk to and type inrepparttar 136976 following:

"untitled document" - 11,400,000 results

Staggering isn't it?

But then, you may be wondering whatrepparttar 136977 big deal is. You may not know this butrepparttar 136978 page title isrepparttar 136979 single biggest factor to any web page when getting ranked in search engines, as far as internal optimization is concerned. Internal optimization is justrepparttar 136980 changes that you can control on your own site, such asrepparttar 136981 content,repparttar 136982 keyword density,repparttar 136983 page title,repparttar 136984 text color, etc.

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