Recently Google rolled out long awaited public page rank update. This time it was a tough update for most of the bloggers and web site owners. My tech blog (Sysprobs.com) got PR 2 from PR1, which is not bad. Though, I’m not worrying too much about Page Rank, but it’s still a prestigious factor for all blog owners. Page rank completely depends on quality dofollow backlinks. Most of us care about home page PR, but your inner pages will be having higher PR than home page. I’m showing two simple and free methods to check inner pages page rank in this post.
Why we have to find out inner pages page rank?
We can utilize this high PR inner pages to pass the PR (Link) juice to home page. This will help to improve the home page’s PR in next major update.
1) SeoQuake Plugin
Go to Google search engine and type;
site:www.yourblog.com ( in this example, site:www.sysprobs.com)
It will display the all indexed pages in search result with lots of information including Page rank for each page.
The problem with this method is, it can not be sorted.
For example, I do not want to press next and next to check the all pages’ PR in search result. Our main aim is to see the higher PR inner pages. It’s a difficult task here, therefore I prefer second method.
2) PaRaMeter Free Tool
This is a free tool developed by Cleverstat. This tool should be installed on local computer. You can download PaRaMeter here from official site.
First we need to extract the internal pages URL in order to check the inner pages page rank.
Open the software and go to ‘Extract Urls’ in Tools menu bar. Type the web address and you can select 2 or 3 Depth to extract Urls from home page. Click start, once its over press Save and Close button. This will pass the extracted Urls to main screen on PaRaMeter.
Press Start button in main screen to get the Google Page Rank in inner pages.
The feature I like in this method is, this can be sorted by ascending or descending order. My aim is to see the higher PR inner pages, so I can utilize these pages to increase my home page PR.
I’m sure this small guide would be helpful to find out the inner pages page rank of your blog or website.
What are the alternative methods you use for this purpose?