pagerank display

  • beefcakejcc
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Is there a way to find out the PR of a site without using the Google toolbar? I work predominantly on a Mac and would like to see PR's but cannot run the Google toolbar.
  • phaugh
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Post 3+ Months Ago

here's two pages that will allow you to figure it out...although it maybe more cost efficient to buy a PC just to run the toolbar!
It's rather involved.....is there no google bar for the MAC?

http://www.webworkshop.net/pagerank_calculator.php3
http://www.markhorrell.com/seo/pagerank.asp
  • pompei
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Unfortunately, for now you'll only be able to legally access PR information via Google's own toolbar, which is supported only under windows, and also, it seems, only for IE.
  • Axe
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I wonder if we should all E-Mail google and bug them til they add it to the page-cache feature, heh. Pretty much every page with a PR is cached by Google, so I think that could be a good way for them to display it without limiting its use to just Windows IE USers.
  • phaugh
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Post 3+ Months Ago

What about the google directory. That shows page rank info whether you have the google bar or not. Although it only shows one entry/value for each domain...it will let you know what level of rank you have and what you will pass to other pages.
  • dr nick
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Good idea Axe! :D

The only problem with the google directory is that if you're not listed, you won't be able to see your page rank :(
  • Axe
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Not the Google Directory, the cache of your page....

Just go to Google, do a search on anything, and most of the search results are gonna have a "Cached" link amidst each listing, showing how the page looked the last time Google visited it.

And basically, if Google hasn't got your page cached, you ain't gonna have a page rank yet anyway most likely :)

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