Google Page Rank

Google PageRank is an algorithm used by the Google search engine to rank websites in search engine results. It was named after Larry Page, one of the co-founders of Google. With PageRank, the number and quality of links to a page are counted to get a rough estimate of the importance of the website. The more important the website is, the higher it will appear in the search engine results. PageRank is only one of many factors Google uses to rank websites.

Google Page Rank is no longer publicly visible

The Google PageRank is no longer publicly available. Google has not updated PageRank since 2013 and it is not publicly visible in any of Google's tools or services. There are still third-party websites that claim to display PageRank values, but these are not official and may not be accurate. If you want to see the overall popularity and relevance of a website, you can use other metrics such as Alexa Rank, Moz Domain Authority or Ahrefs Domain Rating.