How to Get Backlinkwatch to Display PR?

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  1. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

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    Whenever I run a seach with Backlinkwatch.com it will show me most of the data in the various columns, but the PR column is always blank.

    Is there some setting I need to enable so that it will display the PR of the page the backlink is found on?
     
  2. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    You can try using yahoo site explorer with seo for firefox enabled. This will show the PR of the list, as it is returned by a search engine.

    However, the anchor text is not shown. To me, being able to see if anchor text has stuck is more important than saving a few seconds per site not having to open it and see the PR with seoquake.

    This program can be handy sometimes: http://www.cleverstat.com/en/page-rank-software.htm

    It's a mass PR checker.
     
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  3. popzzz

    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Don't touch the REP!

    I don't think it is "just you" because I see the same thing (NO PR)


    I mean what's the whole point of the site right ..... ?

    HTH .... :cool2:
     
  4. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

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    You're like my brother from another mother. I use that tool myself when hunting for sites to drop comments on.

    I tend to leave long-form legit comments (2-paragraph+) because I want them to stick so if I'm going to take the time I want to comment on the one or two posts that have High PR for the page (not just High PR for the root domain).

    I'll use that tool to scrub a site to root out which post has the most potential.

    I see where you're commin from though...if the site lets anchor text stick and is ******** then it's just a matter of rooting out the best post to drop your comment on.