Page rank (PR) are different for each page. If you have 100 pages in your blog or website, each page reflects different page rank. But, we only share the top level domain (TLD) page rank value instead of each internal page’s PR. This is common for webmasters to share TLD PR, but how do you find your entire internal page’s page rank? Would you like to check your strongest page in your domain or blog? Maybe, highest page rank posts are the strongest page in your domain in Google’s view. But, it is not visible and hard to detect especially with tools like Google toolbar or Searchstatus plugin. You need to visit each pages, categories, posts, tags, etc to find your strongest page. It is a nightmare if you have thousands of pages. Plus, the page rank value can be changed within 3 to 4 months once as global page rank update takes place.
For this you need to use Firefox or Internet Explorer browser. I prefer to use Firefox here, but Internet explorer can be a good substitute. Next, install SeoQuake plugin (there are other plugins like SEObook, etc that does the same job, but I prefer to use SeoQuake here). Now, do the search on Google, Bing or Yahoo using “site:atniz.com”, replace atniz with your preferred domain name. Take not that you may receive different results as Google, Yahoo and Bing uses different datacenters and their indexing algorithm could be different too. In the results, you may see an array of Alexa ranking, page rank, sitemap, whois, etc details given on each line of results. You can set “advance setting” to show 50 or 100 results in one page. Now, you can sort the pages using page rank or any other ranking in the search results.
Using this method, you can get high page rank files easily from any website, blogs or domains. I just revealed a top secret held by many top link builders that hunt high page rank pages in certain domains. The steps are simple but not many know this method or tools to identify their strongest page in their own blog. Once you identify your strongest page, you will be able to see the pattern of contents that your user loves. It may help us understand better on type of content to deliver or gets popular in our blog. Writing similar type of contents can help us grow faster in terms of popularity, traffic, fans, etc.