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- Written on: January 30th, 2009
Last week I mentioned that I was going back to revise some of my older blog posts to help them rank better for their key terms. After adding much missing meta data, scrubbing for dead links and nofollowing ones placed for reference purposes, my traffic jumped 12%. At the same time my bounce rate also […]
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- Written on: October 11th, 2006
Maybe this is just something that gets techies like me excited, but I was very pleased to see that today the Schrock Innovations home page received a Page Rank of 6 from Google!
Page Rank (PR) is what Google uses to measure the value of a webpage on the Internet. The scale offers ratings ranging from 1 to 10, with one being irrelevant and 10 being extremely relevant. Each time you go up one number, it becomes exponentially more difficult to move up again.