I had covered Page Rank (PR) topic with some really funny pictures for our Intraoffice SEO book. Page Rank is a very simple concept, A (web page) links to B (web page of same site or different site), A passes a part of its link juice (or PR) to B. Let me take a small example to show how it works. Lets consider A and B to be a pot with Green liquid.
- Bigger PR => More liquid
- Links going out of A => Hole in pot
- If A has less holes and more liquid then you will get a better share of the liquid and thus more liquid.
- If A has less holes but less liquid you will get less liquid (but still a good share).
- If A has more holes and more liquid then you will get lesser share but still may end up getting more liquid.
- If A has more holes and less liquid then you will end up getting very less.
A will give some liquid to B, now if B is connected with more pots say C,D,E…. then it will end up getting more liquid from all these pots. If B gives link (or has holes) then it will lose some of its liquid.
PR of B => how much liquid does B pot has. This is how I explained a lot of new web aspirants (new recruits with no web knowledge). If you want more technical viewpoint you can visit :-
Wishing you a better PR, I was crazy about the thin green line when I joined the industry, now I hardly care.