Google PageRank is an indefinable term that most bloggers don't completely understand. In fact, there are probably few people in the world who completely understand it, because Google keeps the secrets of its PageRank algorithm very guarded. Boosting your PageRank isn't something you can do in a day. If it were, everyone would have a Google PageRank of 10. Keep reading to learn a few of the tricks to increase your blog's Google page rank that are fairly easy to implement over time.
The best way to increase your Google page rank might not make a difference overnight, but it will make a big difference in time. The key is to get incoming links to your blog from highly authoritative and well-trafficked websites and blogs that are related your blog's topic.
Search engine optimization is a significant part of increasing Google page rank.
Do not copy content from another site. Even if you're copying and republishing your own content from one page or one site to another, do not do it. Google's algorithm can tell the difference and will either give the originating site the credit and downgrade all of the sites that publish the duplicated content. Google acts harshly toward any kind of content scraping, even if you're completely innocent. Once your PageRank is downgraded, it can be nearly impossible to get it back up again.
Many bloggers hear that it's important to have incoming links to boost their blog's Google page rank, so they start leaving comments anywhere and everywhere across the web, participating in random link exchanges with anyone who is willing to participate, and so on. Remember, as the first item on this list says, Google's algorithm cares about quality links, not quantity. In fact, your site will likely suffer if you participate in unnatural link building activities.
If you write great content, people will want to link to it, particularly high-quality websites. Get on the radar screen of popular bloggers and websites by leaving comments, writing guest posts, participating in forums, writing articles, and so on. Build relationships with people who write for high-quality sites, and the number of quality incoming links you get to your blog will grow organically over time.