I have been looking for the perfect way of knowing the pageranks of internal pages of a website for some time. After several months, I almost forgot about that matter and it just recently when it goes back to my mind again. This time, I blogged about the steps on how to it.
When we say “website”, it also includes blogs of course. The following method can also be used to determine each blog posts pagerank in the entire blog. (Commenting with your “blog’s name + URL” on blog articles with pagerank will help you gain pagerank too. Just make sure it’s in “dofollow” mode.) By the way, here’s how it’s done:
1. First of all, you need a Mozilla Firefox browser installed on your PC because we will be using an add-on to this. You can download the latest Mozilla Firefox here. (I think this will also works for Mac OS X users.)
2. You will need to download and install the SEOquake add-on. [SEOquake Link]Expect that after the SEOquake download and installation, Mozilla Firefox may need to restart.
3. Now, head to Google.com and type “site:www.websitename.com” on the search box. For example, I would like to check Web Henyo’s internal pagerank so I would type site:www.webhenyo.com on the search box. Piece of cake, huh?
You will notice that each result has a bar below showing some statistics as well as pagerank.
UPDATE I: I just saw that other browsers like Google Chrome, Opera and Apple Safari now supports the SEOquake plugin. That’s really cool. Don’t worry, just follow step #2 and #3 for these browsers and everything will work out very fine!