There are different opinions concerning the terms PageRank (PR) and Search Engine Results Page (SERP). A lot of people say that these two are completely independent, different and are not related with one another while others are of the opinion that they are directly related, as one decreases the other decreases and as one increases the other one increases as well. One doesn’t have to be a professional in SEO to explain the difference, relation, and relevance of these two terms. According to the professionals on SERPStream, one has got to be open-minded and know the algorithm that’s presented by the Google Corporate Technology.
What is SERP?
SERP is listing of Web pages returned or revealed by Search Engines (Google in this situation) as a result of searches initiated by Internet users. Google reveals a list of websites (normally ten per page) that is considered relevant depending on the search keywords entered by the Internet users.
What is PageRank?
So now let us define what is PR or PageRank. Stated briefly, PR represents a trademark of Google, it belongs to Google only and it is employed to rank websites to reveal their quality, popularity and important on the Internet. Valuation of PR is all about quality links referring to a particular website.