This is how I increased Google Page Rank of a New Site

Gaining a substantial Page Rank for new websites is a real discomfort. Even if your site has healthier content, it takes years to increase the PR counter from zero to one or more than that. Uninterruptedly writing content on your site and keeping it valuable for internet will certainly make the Page Rank up. The same can be done by do follow back-linking techniques, which are without any doubt another annoyance. Searching ‘how to increase your page rank’, ‘boost your Page Rank’, ‘Page Rank tricks’ yields very valuable plus junk methods to enhance your site’s Page Rank. I admire the fact that these things really do work. In fact, I have been doing the same for last one year and it helped. In the subsequent article, I am attempting to articulate a method by which your blog / website’s Page Rank can be boosted at once. PR of your blog / website may reach to a value you never thought of. Believe it or not, but even your newly purchased domain can achieve a PR-8 in a few months.

Before you read this article further, make sure you are aware of URL redirection methods and also know what actually the Google Page Rank is? Next to it, the process is very simple and can be done without any exchange of code or money.

Do this

Install WordPress or any other CMS on your domain. Write one or two simple posts and properly submit it to Google index. When the dates of next Page Rank updates are about to arrive, go to your domain’s control panel and do a ‘301-redirect’ (also called permanent redirect ) of your domain ( I highly recommend a newly purchased domain to avoid loss of visitors) to a site with greater Page Rank.

Permanent (301) redirect

The above images shows permanent (301) redirect in GoDaddy hosting control panel. Every domain host provides easy domain forwarding facility like GoDaddy:

domain forwarding in godaddy

This should be done a few weeks or two-three months before the Google Page Rank update is scheduled. Keep the “301-redirection” until Google Page Rank is updated for all sites.  After the update you’ll find that your domain has a PR equaling to the PR of the site it was redirected. For example – redirecting your domain to mashable.com will make the PR 8 or equal to mashable.com’s Page Rank , if its PR changes.

After this you may remove the redirection and start commercializing your domain and content.

My experience?

In September 2013, I purchased a hosting plan on GoDaddy to host this blog on WordPress. GoDaddy, then offered me a free domain gauravtiwari.net. Initially I created a WordPress blog on it. Wrote a few photo posts. But due to lack of time, I wasn’t finding me able to maintain both domains, gauravtiwari.net and this one (gauravtiwari.org). So, I did a ‘301-redirect’ from gauravtiwari.net to gauravtiwari.org in November. When there was a Page Rank update in December 2013, I recognized that the PR of gauravtiwari.net had increased from zero to four (4). At first sight, I thought that it was some algorithmic mistake by Google and could be undone soon. But, as time passed, I had to believe that gauravtiwari.net had Page Rank 4, equal to my default blog.

gauravtiwari.org has taken over 3 years to reach this level with 200+ valuable posts and hard-coded SEO. On the other hand, gauravtiwari.net reached this milestone in just three months (Oct-Nov-Dec) with one or two posts to count.

It’s true that it’s hard to keep consistency of PR gained like this, but it is a worth try.