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How Do I Find The PR Of A Forun Post??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by unknown00, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. unknown00

    unknown00 Regular Member

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    any help would be appreciated. TIA
     
  2. IGKing

    IGKing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Check the link in scrapebox.
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    Download SEOQuake
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    Google "Pagerank Checker"
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    Use the search button
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    Spell "forum" correctly.
     
  3. brchcar1445

    brchcar1445 Regular Member

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    If you know how to check the page rank of any page you should be able to check the forum post. Just make sure that if the thread has multiple pages yours will go to the last page, possibly even making a next page. It would then be the PR of that specific page. Just use SEO book or SEO quake or even just the regular google toolbar.
     
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    For what reason would you need the PR of a forum post? Are you talking about a thread? Just use google's PR checker for the threads url.
     
  5. biks

    biks Power Member

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    Don't forget, the toolbar PR meter is incredibly laggy. I think the last update was 6 months ago. Just because the meter says 0 doesn't mean Google treats the page as zero. Doesn't help if your trying to FIND high PR pages, but you'll see your page move as it gains PR. (all while the meter still says zero)
     
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  6. unknown00

    unknown00 Regular Member

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    So im using seoquake and according to it, a thread post that's been active since 2010 with over 1k replies and 65k views shows up as N/A.. the sub category where this post resides is PR3 and the site itself is pr6. so does that mean links within that category is passing juice as pr3????
     
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    No, I believe they will be passing juice as a N/A. You would have to be in the sub category to have the PR3 effect.
     
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    you can use scrapebox domain PR checker . good luck
     
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    i always thought i alone have issues with toolbar.its a good thing overall and i do use and recommend that anyways .
     
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  10. unknown00

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    so how would that affect my ranking??