Moving of a website to a PageRank of 4 can be obtained in a relatively short time span, around three months, Google only updates its PageRank once or twice per year, but the internal PageRank is calculated daily. A greater PageRank can be sought after later down the line after the site has proved itself.
Google Page Rank (PR) is one of the foremost indicators about the popularity of a blog, website or a single web page. In fact, many advertisers or ad networks use the PR as the primary criterion along with traffic ranks to accept or reject publisher or blogger accounts while signing up. Due to the same reason, bloggers usually go gaga over the same in an attempt to maintain or increase their blogs’ PR status.
Moving a website to a PageRank of 5 is extremely hard, but can be done, lots more time is required to establish good quality, well established backlinks, as well as harnessing the Intoweb PageRank that they have on their pages. Intoweb has one page with PageRank 6 and about 30 pages with a PageRank of 5, which provides some of the much needed quality backlinks.
Aiming for a PageRank of 6 is the ultimate in the Online Marketing world, and achieving this is no mean feat. It can take a long time to achieve, however, the results are well worth it.
When you reach a PageRank of 6, you are considered an authority in your area, and your Google listing changes from picture A to picture B below:
Websites with PageRank below 6:
Websites with a PageRank 6 or more: