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Although it is apparently becoming less important since 2014, Google still uses Pagerank to some degree to determine the importance of a web page. It is one of many factors used to determine which pages appear in search results.
Page and Brins theory is that the most important pages on the Internet are the pages with the most links leading to them. PageRank thinks of links as votes, where a page linking to another page is casting a vote. This makes sense, because people do tend to link to relevant content, and pages with more links to them are usually better resources than pages that nobody links. PageRank does not stop there. It also looks at the importance of the page that contains the link. Pages with higher PageRank have more weight in voting with their links than pages with lower PageRank. It also looks at the number of links on the page casting the vote. Pages with more links have less weight.
Use our Pagerank checker tool to check the PR of your website or any of your competitors sites to see where you rank. Simply input domain(s) on each line and check bulk PR.