FREE Tools and software to get page ranks of all pages on your blog or domain

As I have mentioned several times in the past, a good page rank (PR) on the homepage alone is not sufficient to get search visitors for your content. For real search ranking, individual posts and pages need to have good PR and a lot of backlinks as well. While, Google Webmaster Tools can provide backlinks related and overall visibility statistics, it doesnโ€™t provide page ranks of individual pages. Free tools to get PR for all pages on your blog

While searching for tools that could provide PR for the whole blog content, I stumbled upon a bunch of FREE websites and excellent tools. I thought of sharing it here as it may be of use to many of you.

Stand alone tools for whole domain PR query

PaRaMeter: The PaRaMeter or Page Rank Meter is a FREE software by CleverStat that can be used to do bulk PR query. It is an excellent tool to query for unlimited number of pages but the problem is that the links have to be either manually added or imported via a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file. Since it doesnโ€™t import XML (ie. Your sitemap.xml) files directly, hereโ€™s the work around that I used very effectively.

  • Open your sitemap.xml in Microsoft Excel. Remember not to apply the styles or embedded XSL file and further open it as a XML list
  • Once the file is opened, delete all columns except the one has URLs listed. This is the first column, usually
  • Save the file as CSV and this can be now imported to PaRaMeter ๐Ÿ™‚

PaRaMeter โ€“ Bulk PR query tool

The tool can hierarchically list the URLs that you add based on the domain and it can be sorted on page rank etc. The performance of bulk query is excellent.

There is another bulk page rank check software by TechRepublic but that will cost you $95. Though I did not take a look at the features of the same in detail and compared it with PaRaMeter, I would rather go with the FREE PaRaMeter software!

Web links for bulk PR query

Rank my sitemap tool: This tool can take your sitemap URL as input and provide the page ranks for individual pages as output on the screen or as an email send to you. At the moment there is a limit of 200 pages that can be listed by their PRs in one attempt. If you have more pages on your sitemap, you may split it into two or more xml files and still get the page ranks of all of them. This tool is reasonably fast.

There is a Visual Page Rank tool by iWebTool that is a very nice concept but somehow it did not work very well for me. There are also a number of other pages where you can do bulk PR query (mostly up to 100 pages) but you have to manually enter the pages. I found them pretty useless and hence not listing here.

I hope this post was useful for you. Please book mark this post as this could be handy information for many others.


  1. Nice article !!

    “Goole Webmaster Tools can provide” Should be “Google Webmaster Tools can provide”

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  2. Great tool but I don’t need this. ๐Ÿ™‚ MY blog got no PR and I am not interested in other blog’s PR.

  3. @Samrat, you were so fast to comment so I corrected it immediately after posting ๐Ÿ˜› Thanks buddy.

    @Hussein, well, it’s not just for all those who have great PRs. You could quickly check how many of your pages are indexed (ie. with PR0 and not grey). If some of your great posts are yet to be indexed, you could use them to comment so as to get them indexed next!

  4. Nice post buddy. The rank my sitemap tool is good. The other one by iwebtool takes a lot of time

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  5. @Madhur, thanks… check out the PaRaMeter software also… It’s amazing and so light weight.

  6. This is really great tool. From that software, I know that some inner pages have PR too.

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  7. That’s a very good info with required resources… Thanks for the cool things… ๐Ÿ™‚

    Pavan Kumar’s last blog post… Life of a Google Query

  8. @TheKode, yes… The more inner page ranks you have, the more search hits you may get ๐Ÿ™‚ So the tool is handy.

    @Pavan, you are most welcome!

  9. Ok – I definitely need to go through these resources. One of these days I’m going to need to help myself with learning all of this rather than asking you – though you give such awesome and detailed answers ๐Ÿ™‚

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  10. these are some great tool , thanks for sharing

  11. Ajith,

    This came an an opportune time as the one I used did not work anymore. I tried the Rank My Sitemap and it’s a good one. Thanks for sharing. Appreciate it.

    Peter Lee

  12. Ajith,

    Thank you very much for introducing me to this tool. Will check the PR for all my the urls.

  13. This post is very informative for people like me who just started blogging.Expecting a lot on the way

  14. Does anyone here have an issue where ParaMeter stops bring back pagerank info?


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