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    a tool to check page rank of back links


    is there a tool to find out what the page ranks are of back links? We are trying to figure out what our competitors are doing to beat us in the search engines. We'd like to see a comparison of their back links and the page ranks of the back links and compare those results to ours. Does that make sense?

    It would be great if I could do link:www.blahblah.com and see the page rank in the result pages next to the page title.

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    Hey Ted,

    Actually, you can if you use the PR Lookup tool (www.prlookup.com)...

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    http://www.prweaver.com/ is pretty good
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    I use SEOElite (first link in my sig). Got lots of cool features along with checking the PR of backlinks.

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    I've been using the following free tool http://www.rustybrick.com/link_analysis.php

    You will need a Google API which can be obtained for free through Google.

    More details you can find on that link.
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    Of course - SEOChat.com has its own PR Search tool which you can try a link:www.mysite.com query on...

    Alternatively - Ryan Turner made a Firefox extension ( http://ryanturner.com/rtMassPR.php ) that adds a little PR icon to every link on a page (most of the time ;) ) So you could do a backlinks check on - say - MSN Beta* (see other methods in my sig...) and have the extension show you those pages' PR. Very nifty one that

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    * this is in fact a bad example, MSN beta's serps links are not suitable for that... But you get the picture
    Last edited by Wit; Jan 14th, 2005 at 03:49 PM.
    ...please help me w/ the real Redscowl Bluesingsky...how2 check backlinks...now postin' @ SEO Refugee ...
    <`)~ LOL now that I finally have a paypal account, I'm charging 19,- for SEO advice via PM. Seriously...
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    Originally Posted by Wit
    Of course - SEOChat.com has its own PR Search tool which you can try a link:www.mysite.com query on...

    Alternatively - Ryan Turner made a Firefox extension ( http://ryanturner.com/rtMassPR.php ) that adds a little PR icon to every link on a page (most of the time ;) ) So you could do a backlinks check on - say - MSN Beta* (see other methods in my sig...) and have the extension show you those pages' PR. Very nifty one that

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    * this is in fact a bad example, MSN beta's serps links are not suitable for that... But you get the picture
    Hey - that's a nifty tool. Too bad it's not available for IE since I'm still using that evil browser

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    www.prsearch.net
    takes serps from google, shows prs and ibls for that site.
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    Originally Posted by GeoffreyF67
    Hey - that's a nifty tool. Too bad it's not available for IE since I'm still using that evil browser

    G-Man
    Why do you still use that dummy, slow, buggy and outdated browser GeoffreyF67?

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