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03-08-2019, 11:47 PM
What is the difference between PR (page rank) and SERP (Search engine result page)?

03-09-2019, 12:43 AM
PageRank is the grade (1 to 10) your website gets from headmaster Google.
SERP is the position of your web site in Google's search engine results based on a definite keyword combination.
PageRank is a numeric value that represents how necessary a page is on the net.

07-10-2019, 12:21 AM
Both are totally different one . Page Rank provide by google , Dipending upon Website traffic and back links . SERP position is an keyword position in google

07-10-2019, 12:23 AM
Hi Friends,
Both terms are used in Digital marketing industry

PR: stand for page rank, that measure by the quality of that page on the web. It can be increased by the building more links, domain age and many other SEO factors. Today PR is mostly dead, as Google stop considering it for search result and start focusing on domain authority, page authority and root domains

SERP: stand for search engine result page. When we search anything in search engine (Google) the search result page are called SERP. it may be 1 or 10 or more

PR: also stand for press release, where someone individual or businesses can post their news like product and service launch ect

Hope this help

07-10-2019, 12:48 AM
Page rank is calculated on the basis of quality inbound links from other website or webpages to our webpage or a website.
SERP (Search Engine Result page) is the placement of the website or web-pages which is returned by the search engine after a search query or attribute.