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This chart shows how many inbound links are required to achieve a particular page rank.

This chart shows how many inbound links are required to achieve a particular page rank.


Page Rank Calculation
  Start  End Median Median  Links Links Links Links
PR Range Range Value PR Passed  for PR5  for PR6  for PR7  for PR8

1 6 30 15 0.37 13,442 73,931 406,621 2,236,418
2 30 164 82 2.06 2,444 13,442 73,931 406,621
3 166 900 453 11.33 444 2,444 13,442 73,931
4 915 4,948 2,492 62.29 81 444 2,444 13,442
5 5,033 27,213 13,704 342.61 15 81 444 2,444
6 27,681 149,670 75,374 1,884.35 2.6709 14.690 80.794 444.365
7 152,244 823,186 414,557 10,363.94 0.4856 2.671 14.690 80.794
8 837,339 4,527,522 2,280,066 57,001.65 0.0883 0.486 2.671 14.690
9 4,605,367 24,901,372 12,540,364 313,509.09 0.0161 0.088 0.486 2.671
10 25,329,516 136,957,543 68,972,000 1,724,300.01 0.0029 0.016 0.088 0.486
 
  Assumption: 85% of_median_value_passed



  Assumption:  40  links_per_page_average        
(These are estimates only. This is for informational purposes only)

What is this information?
The information above gives you an accurate estimate of what your page rank would be, had all the pages linked to you been PR 1 to 10.
What do the ranges represent
The "Start Range", "End Range", and "Median Value" show how many votes a website with that particular PageRank might have. Since one website may barely qualify to be a PR 5, it may have only 5,033 votes while a very strong PR 5 website might have 27,213 votes.