One of the questions I`m asked almost daily by my readers is how long does it take for Google to assign PageRank. If you`ve ever wondered the same thing, here`s the answer to that question:
It usually takes at least three full months for all of your inbound links to be calculated and counted as backlinks. Google`s PageRank is calculated based on the relevancy, quantity and quality of your inbound links, as well as the number of outbound links there are on your website. Generally speaking, the fewer outbound links a website has the better.
Conversely, the higher the PR of your inbound links, the more PR is assigned to your website. For example, a website with a very respectable Google PR of 5 or 6, but with many outbound links, might be assigned much less PR than a PR3 site with only a couple of outbound links.
Google establishes PR on a case by case basis, and there are simply too many variables to estimate what your particular PR will be. So you just have to be patient and wait and see what Google decides to do.
Can you increase your PageRank? Absolutely, but it takes time. The key is continually adding as many relevant, quality inbound links from respected websites as you possibly can.
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