How important is a site's PageRank?
ttopp 1 year ago
I was just checking our website's PageRank, mostly out of curiosity, and it got me started wondering, how much does PageRank matter? Does it make a significant difference to advertising revenue (which is not something that we really care about on our site)? Is it primarily for advertising purposes, or does it impact search results?
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