List of web sites with high PageRank

Introduction

The following is a list of websites with a high PageRank as assigned by the Google search engine. PageRank (PR) is the number of points out of ten that signifies the importance of a site to Google. The PageRank number appears to be logarithmic, with a single point representing an order of magnitude difference of importance. See Wikipedia’s PageRank entry for more information.

This list is a portion of all PageRank 9 and 10 pages derived from the Google Toolbar, which displays the PageRank of a web page currently displayed by a browser. The exact PageRank may vary slightly, due to changes in ranking by Google, or by local differences through use of different Google servers or through DNS behavior (e.g., google.com may redirect to its regional sites, which may have lower PageRank). Redirects from a high PageRank page may reduce the redirected page’s PageRank.

 

PageRank 10

Currently 12 domains

  • Google.com – Google, the most popular Internet search engine, and the one that assigns this PageRank we’re rambling on about.
  • W3.org – World Wide Web Consortium, the organization behind most web specifications like HTML, CSS and so on.
  • USA.gov – The U.S. Government’s official web portal.
  • Adobe.com – The main domain is no longer PR10, but these two pages are:
  • India.gov.in – Government of India
  • HHS.gov – United States Department of Health and Human Services
  • Recovery.gov – U.S Government recovery board
  • TheEuropeanLibrary.org – The European Library – searches the content of European national libraries.
  • Europeana.eu – Europeana – “The cultural collections of Europe”.
  • CNN.com – Cable News Network, American television news channel
  • Miibeian.gov.cn – Ministry of Information Industry Records in China
  • AddThis.com – AddThis bookmarking/sharing service – this page is linked to by every page using the system (as StatCounter.com used to be), hence the PR10.

PageRank 9

Currently 148 domains

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