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October 27, 2005

PageRank 10 Sites

PageRank is an algorithm for ranking web pages, based on the number of incoming links and their importance. The algorithm was created by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and is the main innovation that made Google the best search engine.

PageRank values are integers from 0 to 10, but very few sites have PageRank 10. Here is an incomplete list.

Software companies:

www.google.com

www.microsoft.com

www.yahoo.com (since April 2007)

www.adobe.com

www.macromedia.com (now redirects to adobe.com)

www.real.com


Government / governmental agencies:

www.whitehouse.gov

www.nasa.gov

www.energy.gov

www.nsf.gov


Sites with many backlinks:

www.w3.org


Educational institutes:

www.keio.ac.jp

www.lcs.mit.edu

www.ercim.org


Sites that dropped from PageRank 10 to PageRank 9 in 2007

www.apple.com

www.mozilla.org

www.firstgov.gov

www.statcounter.com

www.blogger.com

www.nytimes.com (New York Times dropped to PageRank 8)


Found another one? You can check the PageRank of a site and report it in the comments.

Last updated: May 12, 2007

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