One of the top article submission myths is that you should only submit articles to websites that have a reasonably high PageRank. However, this is not always true as the dynamics of a PageRank is actually much higher than they may appear. In order to understand how article submission really works, it is best to first take a step back and look at what PageRank really is.
First of all, at its core PageRank is a simple link and webpage analysis tool that was invented and is utilized by Google. A page can score between 0 to 10 although even the highest websites do not usually secure a ten which is considered perfect. It works by relying on the web democratic principle of choice by looking at how people browse, where they visit, and which websites have the most links and where those links are coming from.
The latter part of the explanation is the part that most people interpret as meaning that only websites that have a high PageRank are worth submitting for in exchange for a high link value. However, this is not always the case because although a link from a niche website with a high PageRank will mean more, it does not mean that links from smaller pages hold no value. This is due to the fact that Google looks at more than just PageRank when it assigns its value for a website.
Sometimes a page with a lower page rank will turn up higher in the Google search query and if you understand the concept of SEO then you already know that you would rather be linked to the page at the top of the list or be at the top of the list. This is because the site at the top of the query will receive more traffic and thus profit this way.
Keep in mind that regardless of where someone clicks on your resource box link, they will be directed to your website so if you keep your articles in related niches, even if they have smaller PageRanks, you will be much more likely to receive views even if it does seem against the odds.
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