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6/12/09
Original Poster
Islandboy9

How do I find my page rank?

How do I find my page rank?  I understand that my site has an overall PR3 but don't know how to find this info.  Also, does the PR pertain to each page and is each page measured independently?  Can some pages have different page rankings?
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Dave Sutton
6/12/09
Dave Sutton
This has nothing to do with Adsense but this site will help ...you can check any of your pages on it.
 
 
 
Acorn
Google user
6/15/09
Google user
You can check your page rank with Google here:

http://www.googlerankings.com/prindex.php
tahirmirza
12/16/10
tahirmirza
To find out page rank more easly go there
svfoxx
12/17/10
svfoxx
there is a plugin for mozilla firefox that tells you the pagerank of the site  your visiting.
StarBuG
12/17/10
StarBuG
Install Google Toolbar, it shows you the PageRank of every website.

Or get the PageRank Firefox plugin
northmann
7/27/11
northmann
Another option is http://urlcheckup.com  - it has the advantage of recording your PageRank on the site each time you check it.  This way you can see how your PageRank has changed over time.
steny
5/14/12
steny
I have just written my own PageRank checker website. You can find it here: http://page-rank-checker.eu. Still in development though.
Ksharief1234
9/7/12
Ksharief1234
Yes you can check the below ur
http://www.prchecker.info/check_page_rank.php
 
To get the best rank then submit your link at
www.f2key.com
Housekhoj.com
10/25/12
Housekhoj.com
google does not recommend using these tools....iam not sure how do i get to know page rank with respect to key word ...
 
 
 
Regards,
webmaster
www.housekhoj.com
 
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Vince Bird
3/12/13
Vince Bird
I think PR is a combination of things, quality of your content and back links.
 
I have played with http://zubit.com/zubit/scripts/gpr.php and compare similar websites.
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