Google’s infamous Page Rank (PR) measurement (located in the Google Toolbar) is the source of much pain for many a website owner. The little green bar (and associated score) are thought to heavily influence a web pages’ ranking within the Google search results.
While the definitive impact of the Page Rank on Google’s results is still an unknown quantity, there is no doubting that it has some level of impact on how Google perceives a web page’s importance.
And while a shroud of mystery prevails over the measurement, website owners will continue to be mesmerized by web pages’ Page Rank movements. Now for all of you who do monitor the PR of your pages, this little tool that I stumbled across, should help you monitor several pages’ PR scores more easily.
Webmastereyes allows you to enter a pages’ URL and viola, your web page appears with live Page Rank scores adjacent to all the links. I find it extremely useful on your sitemap page, as you can see at a glance all the pages of your site and their respective PR scores.
Now as much as this makes monitoring your PR’s easier, don’t get too caught up in the whole Page Rank obsession, as there are more valuable ways to spend your time than staring at a little green bar…but every now and then, it’s always good to check what Google thinks of your pages.