Current Page Rank
One of the key factors of a web page position in Google’s search results is the PageRank. This is rank associated with each URL in the Internet, the page rank is determined by Google’s patented algorithm to rank according to the amount and quality of the back-links that the page has.
While we don’t know the real page rank that Google gives to the page, we know the Google toolbar page rank, which is a number from 0-10 that is shown when you install the Google toolbar and browse the specific web page. The numbers we can see in the tool-bar are according to a logarithmic scale. This means that the higher the rank is the harder it will be to advance in the rank.
Since the page rank is such a critical factor for Google, and Google controls around 60% of the search engine market, you need to monitor the page rank for multiple pages within your website.
Current page ranks are presented in tabular format for easy view.
Each result has a link to the historical PageRank of this URL. There is also a link to the keyword density of each page.
Results can be exported to CSV file.
Historical Page Rank
Each web page’s page rank is monitored over time to allow easy correlation between SEO activity and PageRank.
This data is presented in a graphical chart.
It is easy to navigate through the different pages using the "URL" selection combo box.
You can select the date range for the historical data.
Results can be exported to CSV file in various formats to either show the historical data or the progress made within a selected time frame.
This feature will only be useful for registered clients (sign-up is free), since historical data will only be collected for registered clients.