Content Or Page Rank


October 29, 2009

Designing a website for search engine optimization can be a bit difficult saying difficult not with the intention to get you running scared especially if you are new to website design or you are a new blogger. The fact still remains the secrets about how search engine robots work are still not yet worked out a few years back Google made about 450 tweaks to is Page Rank that equates to more than one change per day in one year, Do you still think we should try and figure this one out.
The reality is that web surfers uses the internet for communication and information seeking , sending emails, finding information, selling or buying products the internet is a global market place. The point I am trying make here is that in my view it bubbles down to one thing what  your Website or your Blog has to offer to keep your readers and visitors coming back and also recommends your Website and its Contents to others are even make reference to your post in their articles.Google, Bing and yahoo the three major search engines are for searching while other popular sites like  EBay and Amazon are for shopping.

So as a blogger what do we have to offer  this leaves us with one thing in mind Content this means if your site is about Web design  the best solution would be to optimize your headings, Meta tags  and your Contents targeting Web design you should include  this in your Meta Tag Description and title on your Web pages you can also do searches on your keyword phrases just to check how well they rank. Two useful tips to remember  when designing your site are

(1)Content is king How many time have you heard this it may never go away at least not for now create relevant content for your targeted Keywords  this is one of the major factors to help you get listed on Google’s search results pages.

(2)Page Weight your page is considered an authority about its topic ,the page has Good and useful content, it is a part of a site with lots of useful information.

Read Below some information taken from Google’s philosophy page

1. Focus on the user and all else will follow.

Since the beginning, we’ve focused on providing the best user experience possible. Whether we’re designing a new Internet browser or a new tweak to the look of the homepage, we take great care to ensure that they will ultimately serve you, rather than our own internal goal or bottom line. Our homepage interface is clear and simple, and pages load instantly. Placement in search results is never sold to anyone, and advertising is not only clearly marked as such, it offers relevant content and is not distracting. And when we build new tools and applications, we believe they should work so well you don’t have to consider how they might have been designed differently.

2. It’s best to do one thing really, really well.

We do search. With one of the world’s largest research groups focused exclusively on solving search problems, we know what we do well, and how we could do it better. Through continued iteration on difficult problems, we’ve been able to solve complex issues and provide continuous improvements to a service that already makes finding information a fast and seamless experience for millions of people. Our dedication to improving search helps us apply what we’ve learned to new products, like Gmail and Google Maps. Our hope is to bring the power of search to previously unexplored areas, and to help people access and use even more of the ever-expanding information in their lives.

3. Fast is better than slow.

We know your time is valuable, so when you’re seeking an answer on the web you want it right away – and we aim to please. We may be the only people in the world who can say our goal is to have people leave our homepage as quickly as possible. By shaving excess bits and bytes from our pages and increasing the efficiency of our serving environment, we’ve broken our own speed records many times over, so that the average response time on a search result is a fraction of a second. We keep speed in mind with each new product we release, whether it’s a mobile application or Google Chrome, a browser designed to be fast enough for the modern web. And we continue to work on making it all go even faster.

If  you visit any website with Google Ad Sense and look carefully  nine out of ten times the adds displayed by Google is relevant to the site’s contents so ask yourself the question which is more important page ranking or site content.Having a good page rank is great even some website  
To my own judgement contents is more important because it is what people wants that keeps them coming back and tell their friends about your site the more visits the better chance your site has in becoming a successful online business and that is a fact do the maths yourself until and if we as web designer can work out the search engine ways of ranking pages the best thing for us as bloggers is to create good site and relevant contents and the rest will follow’


26 thoughts on “Content Or Page Rank”
  1. You are so right jenny we often forget or neglect the simple issues that colud help us to rank better in serch engine results thanks for your continued support

  2. Nice read Gary 🙂 . I always believe that content is important as our blogs are online because of our readers only. If you will have good and unique content readers will come and again to your blog………. and that is what we want…….. more traffic.

  3. Thanks shabnam for your continued support from the words of Google "concentrate on users’ experience and the rest will follow i try to write simple and understandable post for my readers

  4. Well, I think it should not be a topic of debate. Undoubtedly, Content is the king, we all know it. And so its important to pay more attention to it. Page Rank may also be seen as big factor but then it acts more as a booster. Yes, Page Rank as we all know is calculated mainly on the quality and quantity of the backlinks. And to have a better page rank, you need to work more and more on quality link building which again depends upon one major factor – Theme of the linked sites which if is not related then goes waste. And one more important factor that affects page rank is the page rank itself. A link from a high page ranked site is considered to be much more important than 100s of links from a non-page ranked or low page ranked sites. But then everything comes to one and only thing in the end – Content. Good Content attracts visitors, increases readership, increases loyalty and does all good for your site. And not to forget, good content gets you good quality links too thus enabling your site get a good google page rank later, based upon my experience.

  5. Yes brother we read it all the time content is king thats what the readers want thats what the search engine index and we must not forget the word Relevance thanks for your input

  6. Recently I also published same type of article. But your article more impressive. It has more information. I am waiting too for PR

  7. Your comments are always welcome content is king we heard that so often keep writing great content is what the search engines want and good user experience

  8. definitely content is better because it is the king of everything.
    you have high ranking but your content is bad.. it bring no good at all.
    i have expired domain, which is pr3 before.. but then i didn’t use it anymore..
    last night i just check out of curiosity the pr is pr4.. i say wow.. i didn’t update but still pr is up.. i just can’t understand about it.

  9. Rose i guess thats the best practise content is king and users experience is one of the main factor concentrate on these two and the rest will follow good to see you here

  10. This is very helpful information for bloggers. We are all searching for interesting or useful information. I really have no time for something that doesn’t peak my interest.

  11. I agree with you delores we all search for information and when we find it we keep going back to it that is why good content matters

  12. Content first and you’ll gets rank 🙂
    Thats how its works. Is there any blog without content? LOL!
    Thanks for sharing brother.

  13. Definitely content is king – without it you could get all the traffic in the world but no one will stay if they don’t like what you have to say.

  14. Page Rank we may never undesrtand once i had a blog on a sub-domain that had a page rank of five while the main domain page rank was 2 and again a few years back google made about 450 tweaks to its PageRank system in one year alone
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  15. Very nice round up and I think it puts us into consideration when we’re about to write our next posts. Sometimes decisions need to be made and quick. No matter what, I tend to remind myself the importance of network and the valuable asset that all bloggers are having — their readers.

    There’s so much more than just ranking alone.

    Social/Blogging Tracker

  16. Page Rank is never something i worry too much about if you have a page rank of 9 with no vsitors then your website becomes useless content is king as always

  17. Thanks for your valuable input walter content is what of visitors need pagerank is for advertising and it doesn’t in my opinion let your website ranks any better in search engine results

  18. We should never focus on ranking, content is the most important factor. What you say and how you say it will determine the outcome of your blog. Connection and ranking is only an effect. 🙂

  19. Content is king – simple as that. If someone clicks on your website and doesn’t find what they expect or the content is not something they’ve seen before, they will navigate away from your site without a second thought. To keep visitors returning you must not only offer content, but offer different or unique content. No-one wants to read the same info regurgitated elsewhere.

  20. As per my point of view, content is more important than Page Rank. If the content of your blog or website is fresh, unique and to the point, then it will impress the readers and they will come to your blog or website again and again which may increase the number of visitors to your website. It could be very much helpful getting high PR for your site.

  21. PageRank is an algorithim google invented that assesses the strength of a website. The algorithim evaluates a site on a scale of n/a to 10 with 0 being the lowest/weakest and 10 being the highest/strongest. We can check our site’s rank by using a pagerank checker tool.

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