Google page rank is the most preferred ranking system by many advertisers. It is a good way to compare your company with your greatest competitors in online. Unlike, “New Alexa” ranking system, page rank is unpredictable. Some trials show that a sleepy blog (one post in a month) can reach PR5 with zero link building activity. When it comes to page rank, dofollow links plays the vital role. It is similar as the weight / juice that contributes or affect your current page rank.
Here, I’m going to share where you get positive (Incoming dofollow links) that will help you increase pagerank. Also, the negative points that will drag your page rank down. If you manage to get a good balance, then you next page rank won’t change. If your positive side is heavier, then most probably your page rank will rise and it goes the other way around for negative side.
Positive (+ve) Page Rank
1. Link from published comments from other blogs (dofollow)
2. Link from published pingbacks from other blogs (dofollow)
3. Link from blogroll (dofollow)
4. Link from forums signature and body (dofollow)
5. Link from social bookmarking (dofollow)
6. Link from article or other directories (dofollow)
7. Link from featured/banners/advertisements (dofollow)
8. Link from contents of web/blog/forums/etc (dofollow)
Negative (-ve) Page Rank
1. Commentators URL from your blog posts (dofollow blogs)
2. Links out from contents of your website/forum/blog (dofollow)
3. Links out from your blogrolls or sidewide or page links (dofollow)
4. Links out from featured/banners/paid links sidewide or page (dofollow)
5. Links out from your header/footer/plugin/widget from your website/blog/forum (dofollow)
If you notice, only dofollow links will be considered in page rank calculation. If you are page rank sensitive person, you should be wise in giving out dofollow links and getting more dofollow links pointing to your site.