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Okay I have read a lot on google ranking but I am still a little confused. Is your PR ranking of your internal pages based on your PR ranking of you main home page?
The PR of any single page is based on the pages that link to that page, it is not based on the PR of the website.
Another question do links within your own site in between your pages help your PR ranking or just links from other sites?
All links help - it's a democracy amongst web pages as far as Google goes so each "vote" from a linking page counts whether it is from the same site or not.
If you can find the original PageRank papers, they were all on a single-page level--a whole site or domain didn't have a PageRank--and every link could potentially help. I think the original PageRank papers also didn't distinguish between an internal link and an external link. Finally, I'd recommend choosing who to link to based on whether the site is good or not. If you think a site can be good for your users to know about, I'd link to that site. If on the other hand a site just looks like a cookie-cutter site with little or no value to a regular user, then I'd probably skip on it.
As for finding out the PR of a web page,recksul, you need to install the Google toolbar [toolbar.google.com]
I think GoogleBuy is saying that the old paper on PR is still of value today. Thats what it sounds like to me.
I do believe but don't have anything to back up my feelings, is that PR as not changed much (the basic maths), but G add new content ranking - cut out img tags and include a href text into the mix and so on.
And I do believe the LocalRank as alot to do with it.