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Computer Blog - thebroadroom.net: What is PR2, PR3, PR4, etc.?
Disclaimer: all of the following is purely from personal experience. TheBroadroom.Net urges you to use your own instincts,
common sense, and willingness to take risks when applying any of the information below.
What is PR2, PR3, PR4, etc.?
posted by TheBroadroom.Net,
Friday, May 18, 2007
at 8:58 PM (Pacific)
I went ahead and downloaded the Google Toolbar. I'm not big on toolbars, but the idea of being able to see the Google PageRank of every single Web page you visit...it's...handy.
Yes, you can download this from the orange link at the top of this blog (a small commission will go to thebroadroom.net):
Even if you already have Firefox, you can choose to download only the Google Toolbar.
What you'll get for your trouble is a little doohickey like this:
That's the PR4. (We have a few of these; the screenshot is from our home page.)
If you visit the root directory of the domain, you'll return the PageRank of the entire domain, otherwise it gives you the PageRank of the page you're on. It changes every three months, from what I read.