Our OPR KPI (https://de.ryte.com/wiki/OPR) is calculated in dependence of Google's PageRank (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/PageRank) algorithm.

They are similar and take into account how many internal links arrive on a specific page and how many links from that page point to another page. This means that a page with a high OPR has a lot of incoming links and references.

Many incoming links means a higher probability that users will visit the page. If this page is not indexable, this is a big loss of potential and you might consider redirecting these incoming links to another page.

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