Importance of Page Rank for an Online Business

We as human beings are always crazy for competition and therefore right from our childhood days we are into a kind of rat race that never ends. When we are in school we always struggle to get the best marks in each subject that would get us the best grades and popularity. The same thing follows in our higher studies as well and even in our corporate world where companies compete with each other in order to get more business and more popularity. Online business is nothing different and therefore competition is one of the prime factor of it.

If you are into an online business you need to have a good knowledge about your competitors and how they are using their resources. For any website owner it is very crucial that he or she gets their website among the top ten websites on Google, Yahoo or any other major search engine. If they are not able to do that than chances of their business falling into pieces are more likely because if they don’t get a good amount of traffic than they will have no sales and without any sales and profits there is no business as well.

Though it is these search engines that decide the page rankings of the websites. There are certain ways in which page rankings can be manipulated and website owners work hard to increase their page ranks through better keywords, back links and other methods that search engines take into consideration while deciding the page rankings for a particular website. If your website reaches among the first page of Google search list than many other new online visitors will be visiting your website giving your site more traffic and a good amount of target audience that will elevate your business to the next level and beyond.

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    Davor Gasparevic
    January 30, 2010 at 18:16

    Of course. My goal is to get this current blog to PR3 and 2 000 visitors a month from search engines.

    Currently I am far behind that, but I makes small steps towards it, and eventually I will achieve my goals!

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    June 10, 2011 at 10:12

    Thanks for the tips. Seems google considers subdomains separately for page ranks. I just realized my mistake of making a subdomain for my blog The original site had a page rank of 2, but after creating subdomain, page rank of subdomain is 0. My posts are not indexed by google as it should have as well 🙁

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