How Google Ranks Content – PageRank Still Pretty Important

Google’s Matt Cutts has put out a new Webmaster Help video that goes fairly in depth about how Google crawls content and attempts to rank it based on relevancy.

Per Cuts, “We basically take page rank as the primary determinant and the more page rank you have– that is, the more people who link to you and the more reputable those people are– the more likely it is we’re going to discover your page relatively early in the crawl. In fact, you could imagine crawling in strict page rank order, and you’d get the CNNs of the world and The New York Times of the world and really very high page rank sites.”

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  1. b2800 said:

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