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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by usha, Sep 26, 2016.
What is the difference between PR (page rank) and SERP (Search engine result page)?
PageRank is a numeric value that represents how important a page is on the web. Let’s call it Google’s rating or grade for your web page (0 = lowest, 10 = highest).
SERP means Search Engine Ranking Page. This is what you look at multiple times a day. It’s the (first) page of results Google gives you when you are searching for a keyword or a keyword combination. https://magento.ocodewire.com/extensions/premium-banner-slider-extension.html
You don't have to worry about PR anymore because its not available for common public.
PR stands for page rank and it is just a metric to calculate the authority of the site based on various parameters. Google has ended up the tradition of page rank and it is not used at present.
SERP stands for search engine result page and it the result shown when a keyword is typed by a visitor on search engine bar.
Page Rank isn't publicly viewable anymore, although there are some tools to still find it out, so I wouldn't let yourself be consumed with it.
SERPs is what every webmaster focuses on these days. It will determine your rankings for keywords that you're targeting to gain traffic from.
Pr stands for page rank. Although Google is not updating it but it still exists.
While SERPs show your ranks or keywords.