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    Establish a difference between PR & SERP.

    Hi All

    Please tell me............

    Establish a difference between PR & SERP.

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    PageRank is a numeric value that represents how important a page is on the web. Let’s call it Google’s rating or grade for your webpage (0 = lowest, 10 = highest).

    Google is secretive about how they calculate PageRank. In a later post I will discuss what we know of PageRank and how you can influence it.

    As a stand alone PageRank doesn’t mean much. Compare it to a grade the teacher gives you for your exam. One exam usually doesn’t determine soley whether or not you pass the entire year. It’s the same with PageRank.

    PageRank plays a certain role in Google’s secret algorithm. Along with about 200 (!) other factors. A mix of all these factors determines how high your website ranks in Google’s search engine results. And results are always based on: keywords.

    SERP means Search Engine Ranking Page. This is what you look at multiple times a day. It’s the (first) page of results Google gives you when you are searching for a keyword or a keyword combination.

    For example: suppose you have the No 3 spot on the 1st page of Google on the term ‘social media marketing’. This means that your website has a SERP 3 on this specific combination of keywords.

    PageRank & SERP Summarized

    PageRank is the grade (1 to 10) your web page gets from headmaster Google.

    SERP is the position of your website in Google’s search engine results based on a certain keyword combination.
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    The OP has discuss a lot about Page rank. I am agree with him as well.

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    Page rank is a position which is assigned to any website by search engine and it varies from 0 to 10.There is no known procedure or criteria how search engines give that rank.

    SERP stands for search engine result page.When a visitor enters a keyword as a query search engine displays a page with list of related domains.This result has ten domains per page.
    Usually first page is visited by most of the users So it is better to be among top three or atleast on first page.
    For this you can follow all the techniques of off page SEO.

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    PR is page rank which is defined by quality inbound link from other website as say the importance of that site.
    SERP stand for search engine result page is the placement of the website or web page which is returned by search engine after or search query or attribute.

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    page rank is given on the basis of backlinks in your site......
    Page Rank is the grade (1 to 10) your web page gets from headmaster Google.
    SERP is the position of your website in Google’s search engine results based on a certain keyword combination.

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    Hey,PageRank(PR) is a numeric value that represents how important a page is on the web.
    SERP means Search Engine Ranking Page. This is what you look at multiple times a day. Itís the (first) page of results Google gives you when you are searching for a keyword or a keyword combination. PR or also known now as "Authority" is used to measure the quality of a site while SERP on the other hand is the position of a certain site on a result page for a keyword used on search.

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