After the recent Google PR update, i was hoping my homepage will increase in PageRank and when I noticed it didn’t I was disappointed. It was PR2 at last update and remained PR2 till now, then I began to wonder if the Google PageRank update wasn’t for me this time, though I have been in forums where people were complaining of no noticeable PR updates on their sites. Then I decided to check my inner pages PageRank and to my utmost surprise, I got some pages with PR3, PR4, PR5 and even PR7. Then I remembered an advice given to me by my blogger friend – Don Caprio saying that one shouldn’t be concerned about just his homepage PageRank but should also strive to rank his inner pages. So I decided to see more of my inner pages PageRank and how the latest Google PageRank update affected my site.
So I want to show you how you can check inner pages PageRank easily because a lot of people on a Facebook group has been asking me how I was able to check my inner pages PageRank. Well there is no easier way of checking for your inner pages PageRank than what I am about to share with you. I have tested quite a number of software for checking the PageRank of inner pages and most of them are not effective, so I will prefer you use the method I am about to show you here.
How to check inner pages PageRank with SEOquake:
SEOquake for is an awesome SEO tool every blogger should have installed on their browsers. It displays a lot of SEO parameters of any webpage like Google PageRank, Alexa Rank, SEMRush rank, Yahoo links, Bing index and can even highlight Nofollow links etc. So simply download it and install on your favorite web browser, it is compatible with Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and even Safari browsers.
Next step will be to open Google search box and search for your web pages. Some people prefer to use site:www.your-domain-name.com but I like to add  to it. So simply search for the query [site:www.your-domain-name.com] replacing your-domain-name.com with your actual domain name that you want to search for its inner pages PageRank.
Then Google will return results for all your web pages they indexed. You will notice an SEOquake bar under each search result displaying every result’s Google PageRank, Google Index, SEmRush rank, Alexa Rank, etc. Our only concern for now is the Google PR.
Now you can check all the result pages to see how your different pages have been ranked in the last Google PageRank update, you may be marveled at the kind of ranking some of your inner pages have.
Benefits of ranking well in inner pages: When you rank well in your site’s inner page, it helps improve your sites visibility on search engine, your homepage may only have few introductory messages but your inner pages are more specific with detailed information that can lead to a higher conversion rate. If you are selling products, homepage visitors are mostly people who are interested in knowing what your products is all about, but inner pages visitors are mostly people who are interested in buying your products. When your inner pages rank well, they appear higher in search engines and of course that will definitely be more traffic for you. The benefits of ranking well in your inner pages can never be over emphasized.
As a blogger, while you may not be able to rank well for a specific keyword on your homepage, you can actually take advantage of inner pages ranking to rank for specific keywords and search engines will throw you traffics from such inner pages rankings. Interlinking your pages can also help your share your link juice within your pages.
Must Read: Tips to help you increase your PageRank.
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