How many back links required for PR

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Okie, Let alone the Page rank indicator. But, something must have gone wrong somewhere for my site to be ranked on the PAGE 65 with those non relevant sites. Something must have gone wrong but i really don't understnad what went wrong? i have done what everyone has said- add keywords/content/anchor tags/exchange links/..etc u name it.. but why am i sightless in Google search Engines? Somewhere must have went wrong. nbut what?
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I think google displays page rank just to stop startup directories with no PR getting any links.
PR slows down link exchanges as people wont link to your site untill it has a decent PR.
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all thse talk are totally unrelated to the topic...


They do bring up interesting points related to SEO though.


back to topic.

How to get a PR8, quite simple.
Get an SEO to work full time on link building.

you dont always need a high PR for serps though.
the only reason you NEED a PR8 is if your selling links, and there are ways of making a site appear to have a higher PR than it actually has.
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Hello every body!
I want to know about how many baklinks or reciprocal links required for PR6
any explain or give me detail about this
and also how much time i will take
thanks
iliyas patel
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Only google knows the formula on how they give PR based on the number of baclinks. All you have to do for now is continue building links as many as you can so that you will achieve your desired PR.
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iliyaspatel wrote:
Hello every body!
I want to know about how many baklinks or reciprocal links required for PR6
any explain or give me detail about this
and also how much time i will take
thanks
iliyas patel

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Well ..no one can suggest how many links you need to get PR 6 or even 2,3,4 or 5 and there s no any time limit for it. you can get a very good PR with just a 10-20 links but also can not get it with thousands of links....you can get higher PR within 3-4 months after making your website but also can not get it after years...

I suggest you to do not go for quantity of links......just focus on building only quality relevant links using ethical seo methods only and have a little patience......you will definitely get positive results....
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You required quality back links not tons of PR 0 useless back links . Its better if you have keyword in anchor text .
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No one really knows the exact amount of backlinks needed for a certain PR except for Google. Just continue link building and wait for the result or PR update
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There is NO set rule, just keep on building Good and Relevant links ONLY, p.s dont pay for them
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Hey there,

There is no set amount.

The reason is because is backlink is valued differently depending upon the quality of the link.

If the backlink is from a website related to your niche with a high PR, then more PR is given from that link that from a nonrelavent website.

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iliyaspatel wrote:
Hello every body!
I want to know about how many baklinks or reciprocal links required for PR6
any explain or give me detail about this
and also how much time i will take
thanks
iliyas patel

http://www.posintech.com
http://www.posintechnologies.com


This chart is what I use in a few of my referencing articles, It's not 100% accurate, but it will give you a general idea:

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Keep in mind that just because the home page of a site is a PR-6 doesn't mean they all are, matter of fact the majority of the pages are probably PR=0.... This is something to keep in mind when submitting for PR purposes or exchanging, make sure to check the actual page your link will be on (Thats the only page that will count in the PR juice transfer).

I don't focus on PR myself anymore, I focus on Traffic Vs. Conversion rates - The Money -

I wish you luck! :wink:
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The page rank doesn't depend on the number of backlinks but depends on the PR of those links. If you want to know more , you may read this.

http://www.prweaver.com/blog/2004/11/15 ... -backlinks
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Hey there,

Again, there are no solid numbers for this.

Look at the following article:

http://pr.efactory.de/e-pagerank-algorithm.shtml

This has google's original pagerank alogrithm on it.

Say you have a backlink that is on a page with PR10. Woot! That must be great right? It depends. How many outbound links are on that PR10 page? Pagerank is distributed equally to all outbound links. The less outbound links on the page your backlink is on the better.

Furthermore, not only does good take the number of outbound links on that page into consideration, but also the quality of that page and how well it is related to your niche.

Sincerely,
Travis Walters
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Hi,

Well to get to PR6, simply buy a relevant PR7 link that desn't have more than 8-10 outbound links. You'll have a PR6 site within 3-6 months (1 or 2 pr updates).

I know what i am talking about :)
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Hey there,

I would not suggest buying any links.

Why do you think the PR dropped for so many websites lately? Google is cracking down on paid links especially with directories.

Paid links may help you in the beginning, but they may end up hurting you in the long run. Which is more important?

Sincerely,
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twalters84,

No i dont think your website will ever get hurt for having backlinks pointed to it. However i strongly suggest you keep a close watch on the kind of links you buy. You should only buy links from relevant websites with good content. Also avoid buying links from sites that use java script to show the links (i mean link brokers that use java script), this way google can easily tell if the links are paid ads.

If you look at it logically, everyone has the right to advertise their sites, why would any search engine want to take that right away from you if you are doing everything the right way?
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It's not that bad at all, It depends on what your purpose when buying links

Read below

http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/how-to-report-paid-links/

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Q: Now when you say “paid links,” what exactly do you mean by that? Do you view all paid links as potential violations of Google’s quality guidelines?
A: Good question. As someone working on quality and relevance at Google, my bottom-line concern is clean and relevant search results on Google. As such, I care about paid links that flow PageRank and attempt to game Google’s rankings. I’m not worried about links that are paid but don’t affect search engines. So when I say “paid links” it’s pretty safe to add in your head “paid links that flow PageRank and attempt to game Google’s rankings.”
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Hey there,

That is exactly what matt cutt's blog is talking about... buying links for the sole purpose of manipulating page rank.

Jason, you may want to read some more about paid links. Google has been lowering the PR on sites that have bought links. I would consider that hurting your website. That money could have gone to better use with creating quality content.

You are right about everybody should be able to advertise on their websites. Although Google makes their money through advertising so you can be sure one of their agendas is to control a large share of the advertising market. I think they even bought a website called doubleclick awhile back.

Sincerely,
Travis Walters
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twalters84,

Ok lets take it this way, if you have 2 sites, one is new and the other is old, and you put your new site's link on your old site to tell people your new site is great and they should visit it. Does that mean google will hurt your new site just because you have a backlink from another site ? Obviously not.

Or if you place a link on your site saying, hey look see this great site eBay.com and place a link to ebay auction. Do you think google will hurt ebay for this? how would google know if ebay has paid you for this link or you are happy with ebay and you have placed a link on your site so that you users can benefit from it?

Google or any other search engines can not tell if a link is purchased or its been placed there because its a great site? how can a bot tell the difference? just how? unless the linking site has a java script and your link is embedded in that same java script shows up on hundreds or possibly thousands of sites and all pointing a link " Place your link here" to a link broker's site.

There are millions of sites that exchange links, should google hurt them as well? we should think logically :)

So there is no issue with buying links whatsoever if you play it right.

Jason
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Hey there,

Maybe you should read the following article, coming from the head of google's spam team ;)

http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/how-to-report-paid-links/

Its very easy to report paid links - and they are investigated.

When truth be told, not everybody is caught. However, a lot of people are. Why take the risk when you can get backlinks for free? It is all about quality content my friend.

Sincerely,
Travis Walters
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Well again, the thing i've been saying is buy links only from relevant and quality sites with no sponsored links as heading.. :) There is no way google can check if the links are paid or placed just because the webmaster thinks it a good site for its users to read.

Obviously you would'nt want to have links from or to to spammy, illegal, hate or viagra sites. Thats junk and will certainly hurt you.

If sites could get penalized this way then this is a door to heaven for you to get your competitors sites banned, you could simply buy links for your competitor and then report to google and that site will get banned ;) its pretty amusing man.

Google is doing something theres no doubt about it, but still very hard to tell the difference in paid or non paid links :) lets see how things come up in 6 months or so down the road.
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No one can predict that if you have 10, 20 .... backlinks you will get PR . it depends on sites where you go for submission. So always submitt to Good Directories.
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Always go for proper relevant business sites, directories are ok but business sites are the way to go now.
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look so promotely ...


i think average backlink is only good for first time,

the most important is your content site quality... and add your visitor loyality
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you can calculate online ( at http://www.check-rank.com ) to see how many backlinks you required
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I think there is no extent formula which tell how many backlinks are required for PR6. It depends on the Google or any search engine algorithm.
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you can calculate online ( at http://www.check-rank.com ) to see how many backlinks you required



Do not go for tools like this........tools like this can not do anything else than misguiding you.
If you check this tool you will find that many sites with same pagerank have different no of backlinks....

Counting for no of backlinks is just wait of time.....because quality always matter lot more and not quantity. You can have good PR with just few no of backlinks and can not get good pr having large no of low quality or normal backlinks.

Also focus on getting higher ranking on search engines first and then for anything else........
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I'm curious........how many of you guys have top ten rankings anyway?!?! (Show of hands, please...) And if so, what have you done to maintain your ranking, seeing as the google algorithm changes every other month or three.......
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I think you must focus more on having a quality backlinks that are related to your site. For me, PR is not that important, having quality backlinks help you gain more traffics because linking back to other sites is an automatic traffic.
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You could also find-out what your high ranking competitors have as back links and get back links from the same places.
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