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Relationship Between the PageRank and the Number of Backlinks

How many backlinks should I get to achieve a good PageRank

On the forums or by email I am often asked the following sort of question: "How many Backlinks do I need to get in order to have PR5?". The answer is simple and always the same one: "This question cannot be answered because the Page Rank doesn't only depend on the number of backlinks, it also and above all depends on the PR of each of those links...". Or to put it differently, a page can have PR5 with a single backlink whereas another one can have 3,000 backlinks and PR5 too.

As a result it seems useless to carry out this type of analysis... Except if one is to compare the results in the long term. That's what I have been doing over the past eight months by analysing tens of thousands of pages. For each data I get the number of backlinks and the PR of the page with those links. The data do not come from a tool using a Google Toolbar crack but from the "MyWri" tools on WebRankInfo which enables each WebRrankInfo member to instantly get the PR and the number of backlinks of 10 chosen sites (many other free SEO tools are also freely provided).

Results

The results are presented in the following table. For example the cell corresponding to column 5/2004 and row PR5 shows that in May 2004, an average of 104 backlinks was required to get a PR5. The number of sites analysed to get this figure appears on hovering over with the mouse (1044 measures in the given example).

PR3/044/045/046/047/048/049/0410/04
0212931738380
10211361111
2421224252424
333348111217
41517171932516075
5117105104103134185220288
63184004344076231,0671,3071,508
79888,45510,93210,00610,59414,09716,54520,954
822,30012,15122,64231,66832,35732,35732,35730,658
96,29091,16891,16891,16891,16876,90675,30573,693
100000001,334,0001,334,000

As a conclusion

Some conclusions to be drawn:

  • With a few exceptions, whatever the PR is, more backlinks than the month before are required every month to get a given PR.
  • As expected, one needs far more backlinks in order to get a high PR than a low one. Even if there may be exceptions, because the study deals with a good number of data, it gives experimental support to the theoretical hypotheses or ideas never proved before but only discussed in forums.
  • During this summer (2004), Google changed the behaviour of the link: command which now includes low Page Rrank pages. Only PR4 or higher PR pages used to be listed by this command. Conversely since this summer you can also list the low PR pages backlinks, which you can see in the table.
  • More and more sites are being analysed in MyWri :-) If you haven't tried it yet, go to www.webrankinfo.com/wri (these tools are only available in french)
  • If you need to check your page rank, you can use that nice page rank checker

Posted by admin on November 23 2006 21:15:01 3983 Reads · Print
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