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sunil asked 1 year ago
Hello All,
Pls check these calculations:

Google Page Rank Calculations
The value of how many points that migrate to the recipient page is based on the originating page’s points divided by the number of outgoing links on that page.

PR goes something like this:-

PR0 = 1 page point,
PR1 = 8 page points,
PR2 = 64 page points,
PR3 = 512 page points,
PR4 = 4096 page points,
PR5 = 32768 page points
PR6 = 262144 page points,
PR7 = 2,097,152 page points,
PR8 = 16,777,216 page points,
PR9 = 134,217,728 page points.
The above is just a estimate or rough idea for calculation of PR points
If you take a link from PR4 and the page has 100 links you will get 4096/100=40.96 points.

Let me know your views on this.
Thanks

5 Answers
webber286 answered 1 year ago
Is there a web page where you found this. I think a little more detail is needed to have an opinion on it. I’ve seen other calculation charts, but this is the first time I have seen a number of points assigned by the PR divided by the links on that page. You would need to know how many points are required for each level of PR to know if this means anything.

Also, this is probably a better thread for one of the SEO forums.

Dominique answered 1 year ago
I am very glad to see posts like that here.

I am also interested where this came from, it sure looks interesting.

Any more info on this?

webber286 answered 1 year ago
I’m glad to see these posts here as well, but also posting it on an SEO forum will probably garner many more responses.

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
sunil wrote:
Hello All,
Pls check these calculations:

Google Page Rank Calculations
The value of how many points that migrate to the recipient page is based on the originating page’s points divided by the number of outgoing links on that page.

PR goes something like this:-

PR0 = 1 page point,
PR1 = 8 page points,
PR2 = 64 page points,
PR3 = 512 page points,
PR4 = 4096 page points,
PR5 = 32768 page points
PR6 = 262144 page points,
PR7 = 2,097,152 page points,
PR8 = 16,777,216 page points,
PR9 = 134,217,728 page points.
The above is just a estimate or rough idea for calculation of PR points
If you take a link from PR4 and the page has 100 links you will get 4096/100=40.96 points.

Let me know your views on this.
Thanks

I find this to be accurate except for the page points could be inflated. This would satisfy the equation:
PR(a)=PR(b)/links(b) + PR(c)/links…..PR(n)/links(n)
Very useful info. Thanks greek39

sunil answered 1 year ago
Thanks all of you for appreciating.
Merry Christmas in advance to all the forum users.