Friday, October 16, 2009

PAGE RANK - Dynamic or Static

'PageRank' a little word and the little "Green bar" is more little then the word. It looks like a little bar but plays a big role when we measure the value of our webpage.

It’s probably just the Google Dance "I mean the Google PageRank" update still going on. When you watch your website's pagerank you noticed this, doesn’t it seem that PageRank is dynamic now rather than static in-between updates?

I notice this many time, when I open the website in the morning, PageRank is lower across the board or sometime it's higher then previous day, if fluctuates. Could this mean that PageRank is changing based on live data rather than remaining static even though the underlying values it represents are constantly changing? Would this be a good thing?

PageRank plays a important role when we trying to exchange links with others. For the link sellers it would have an impact. Instead of stating you have a PageRank of 4 to potential link buyers you say your PageRank fluctuates between 4 and 6. It would also provide more meaningful statistics as you could tell when your site was rising in Google as the PageRank rises on a more current basis. Many of us online related guys believe that PageRank depends on the link value. If we got few links but quality links then the PageRank(PR) will be improve, if we collect backlinks with low PR then we have to collect many backlinks as we could, and as those site's PR become low or high so our site's PR will be fluctuated.

When Google plays with PageRank, all kinds of guess goes on. It really has an impact on us Webmasters. We think and talk about it. We must do it better and When it's happen we have to chase that little "Green bar".