The question that the title raises may be answered differently by different people. The answers may vary from “page rank is nothing but a number” to “it is a number without which the entire existence of a site does not have any meaning.”
And then, there will be the majority whose answer will lie between the two extremes. In this post I am not going to talk about the definition or the significance of page rank. I think this question has been answered by too many people, in too many posts, and the blogosphere does not need another post on the subject.
What I am going to talk about is the page rank of The MAG, and why I think it needs to be improved.
The MAG has had a page rank of 2 for about 9-10 months. When it got a page rank of 2, we were quite satisfied with it. The reason was that The MAG had not been in existence for long, and we thought something was better than nothing.
It also seemed to promise that a better page rank lay ahead for The MAG (which I am still sure does). But the fact that The MAG’s page rank has not changed in the past few months is an indicator that something needs to done about it.
Though the page rank is not the only indicator of a site’s popularity, it is one of the most used ones. Google search uses a site’s page rank to determine where the site should be placed when someone uses the Google search. So, a better page rank can really help the site’s visibility.
Therefore, I have this feeling that we will need to do something to improve The MAG’s page rank. For starters, we could use your help. If you would like to see the page rank of The MAG improved, you could help by linking to The MAG from your site or blog. To make that easier, I will soon be posting images of different sizes that you could use to link to The MAG.
Till next time. Keep reading!