How to use PageRank for ecommerce websites

30-second summary: The PageRank still exists and here’s a deeper look at how Google’s Reasonable Surfer Model plays a key role A well thought linking strategy both internally and externally for your ecommerce site can amplify search visibility Google expert, Susan Dolan and Founder of leading agency NOVOS, Samuel Hurley share an ecommerce SEO guide ahead of the holiday season PageRank is a patent Google introduced, which used links to help determine websites rankings in the SERPs. The algorithm was named after Google founder Larry Page. The original patent has not been renewed and has since been updated by other algorithms, which work to achieve the same goal

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How to use PageRank for ecommerce websites

Google’s PageRank algorithm, explained

Earlier today, Dixon Jones from Majestic  shared on Twitter  a thorough, digestible explanation of how PageRank actually works.  I gave it a watch myself, and thought it was a good moment to revisit this wild piece of math that has made quite a dent on the world over the past 20 years. As a sidenote, we know as of 2017 that while PageRank was removed from the Toolbar in 2016, it still forms an important part of the overall ranking algorithm,  and thus is worthwhile to understand. Jones starts with the simple — or at least, straightforward — formula

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Google’s PageRank algorithm, explained