Part 3 – Page Rank and Inbound Links

This is part three of a series on Google Page Rank. You can start here.

Inbound or back linking is the most talked about aspect of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and has a material effect on your Page Rank. As we discussed earlier, your PR can only be maximized in one of two ways, firstly by correctly structuring your internal links to the new and increasing quality content and secondly getting people with PR to share their vote with you by linking.

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The Art of Commenting

As an inevitable part of blogging is the need for building discussion around your site. What that means is that you have to go out and build the conversations with other people. You do this obviously through commenting on other peoples blogs.

This is probably the most time consuming part of building your on line presence. We put aside hours each week to do the comment building for our blogs and we do it regularly. Do get you started we have our own do follow list that we keep track of who posts regularly and are good conversation sites. You can find that list here. You can find information on why Do Follow Lists are important here.

Here is our post on building your conversation online. You can read it here.

Matt Keegan has a good post on how to comment correctly and you can read that here.

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Part 1 – What is Page Rank?

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A lot of new bloggers are very confused with all the new terminology that they have to know and understand. One of the biggies we are asked is “What is Page Rank?” or PR and “Why should I care?”.

We am glad you asked, so being the friendly people we are here is the answer:

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