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Browse the web and see the Page Rank of all links in a page

April 14, 2006 by  

I found this nifty little tool that shows the Google PageRank (PR) of all outbound links from any webpage.

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When you try it out, keep in mind that most new page will show 0 PR, so don’t be surprised to see 0 PR pages even on popular sites.

Try using it on Google search results to check your site’s PR as compare to your competitors at one fell swoop.

If you are looking for a way to improve the internal PR values of your site, this tool can help you see them quickly and you can start working on those low PR pages.


See it with WebmasterEyes.com
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Comment by ShaolinTiger
2006-04-14 11:20:50

Yeah saw it on digg a few days ago, works best on your archives page.

 
Comment by LcF
2006-04-14 12:56:07

that’s interesting. Sell text links in archives page?

 
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