Hy Here is something interesting. I did not test this information and I'm sure that there are many other factors that G algo take in consideration when it give a PR and is not the case to start doing the math and claim that your PR is wrong but I think it can be a point to start. I take a look over here to see if this have been posted but I didn't find any thing and I apologize if it has [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [/TR] [TR="class: grid"] How Many Links Required from pages with PR -> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 2 101 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 3 555 101 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 4 3055 555 101 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 5 16803 3055 555 101 18 1 1 1 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 6 92414 16803 3055 555 101 18 1 1 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 7 0.5 Million 92414 16803 3055 555 101 18 1 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 8 2.8 Million 0.5 Million 92414 16803 3055 555 101 18 1 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 9 15 Million 2.8 Million 0.5 Million 92414 16803 3055 555 101 18 1 [TR="class: grid"] To Attain Desired PageRank (PR) -> 10 84 Million 84 Million 2.8 Million 0.5 Million 92414 16803 3055 555 101 18 PR formula: PR(A) = (1 - d) + d * SUM ((PR(I->A)/C(I)) where: PR(A) = the webpage A PR d = in general 0,85. PR(I->A) = is the PR of the pages that have a link to webpage A. C(I) = is number of link to webpage I. PR(I->A)/C(I) = the PR value that webpage A get from I. SUM (PR(I->A)/C(I)) = is the sum of all PR value that website A get from the webpages that have a link pointing to it. Thank you and share your opinion. NOTE!!!: I repeat: I do not sustain that the information is 100% true or that is something that I get to it from reliable source or who know what tests. Is just a information that I think it have it value and I want to share it and start a discussion so we can come up with some more reliable. Is just a point to start. And more important I do not take the credit for this.. I found it around...

Thank you guys as I said feel free to post any observation and maybe more info if you have it about page rank

You copied that from somewhere else. No one currently knows the formula for PR except the employees, that's just bullshit. Also that table is not to base yourself on it, it can give you a rough idea.

The PageRank is a bit more complicated than that, I'm afraid. It involves matrix-es and a few other variables. You can look it up on Google/Wikipedia. On a side note, it looks like PR1 is missing from your table.

PR is logarithmic and that is not really represented in the chart. The gap between a PR of 3.1 to 3.9 is much higher than PR 1 to 2. For instance, you can have just one link from a site that has a toolbar PR of 3 and you may also end up having a PR of 3. It's just that your PR maybe 3.1 and the linking site is a 3.9.

Yes.. I did.. And I did not sustain that the information is 100% true or I get it from some reliable source. I post it because I want to discuss about this and maybe we can get a conclusion As I said: "is not the case to start doing the math and claim that your PR is wrong" - and I said that in the begging of the post True and I agree with that.. I add more.. the formula does not contain a variable that value the age of the domain and how big is the website, and those two are also take in consideration when you get a PR I repeat: I do not sustain that the information is 100% true or that is something that I get to it from reliable source or who know what tests. Is just a information that I think it have it value and I want to share it and start a discussion so we can come up with some more reliable

its definitely not the solution.a single backlink from pr9 edu or gov (authentic sites only) can give you a PR2.

As I said this is not tested but is an information that I post it so we can discuss on this subject and by sharing each personal experience maybe we can come up with some valuable information.