Pagerank is simply a measure of the quantity of backlinks going to your webpage, with each link weighted according to its own pagerank. Your website pagerank matters because it is a factor, along with on-page factors like keywords, in the organic results that Google generates for search terms.
well the best way is via advertisement because it will increase the number of viewers and the traffic also ink building will also help in increasing the page rank but advertisement is the key
so stick to it
wish you luck
I disagree about the advertising comment if you mean paid advertising like Adwords or banner ads. This does not always impact page rank, although it might bring you traffic.
If darsh999 means that it makes sense to also do paid advertising as a way of growing your business, I agree that it makes sense to have a mix of link-building effort and paid-advertising effort in order to grow your online business.
Many Factors for PR.
On the page, off the page SEO, What server are you running, IP, Backlinks, Updates of your content, How have you designed your page etc....
But I would give, like always more emphasis to Traffic. Then would work out on PR.
Google PR, or PageRank, is just a scale of how many other webpages out there point to your site.
It may have started out as that when Larry Page (his name not a page is referenced in PageRank) first rolled it out... but now it is next to useless and has some many filters on it that ir really means trusted links and how well you share your internal page rank