High PageRank internal links pointing to a page

Google Algorithm Ranking Factors

(Number 101 of the 200)


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Why do we need to do this

Links from internal pages that have higher PageRank have more weight than lower PageRank links and will increase the search rankings of the page.

What does this mean

Google believe that links from pages with higher PageRank are a better indication of the quality of that particular page and therefore give a rankings boost to the page with the most internal links pointing at it.

What do I do: Calculate the PageRank for all your pages and ensure that the highest ranking pages are linked to your highest priority page. This is generally the hotel’s main page. The less links from your high PageRank pages the more PageRank “juice” passed to the page you want at the top of Google searches.

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