I know its a dog but it still pays to factor in Google’s Pagerank as a qualifier for your link building efforts.

Ive discovered this great tool that, via copy and paste, will mass check the pagerank of 100s of urls at a time.

Its even better because it also exports a CSV and includes Alexarank (for what its worth).

Give it a go and save yourself hours:


Written by Mark Rushworth

Mark Rushworth

With over 14 years experience in online design and marketing I, like many others, began my professional life as a web designer before realising my talent for digital marketing. This I have pursued as my primary career focus since 2007. Since then Ive worked across all sectors for clients big and small delivering the best bang for your buck.

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  1. Hamdi

    Thanks for recommend my site, I hope it useful for all.
    If you don’t mind please only use checkprinbulk.com in url, without /mass_pagerank.


  2. Red

    Hi Hamdi or Mark – is this tool still working???

  3. Emm Jay

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks, will check it out… Just exactly what I’m looking for…

    Hope this still works ’cause it will really save me more time…

  4. Sandra

    Hi Mark

    Thanks for sharing this tool. It will be really useful when checking the Google PR and Alexa Rankings for my clients.

  5. Hamdi

    Yes, It’s still working as usual ;)

  6. Red

    Good work Hamdi! I expect you’ll get a load more donations to support your tools! They’re fantastic! Let me know if you’re making anything new so I can spread the word!

  7. Eric

    Thanks for the link Mark. I can always use another good tool to make things quicker. I have been using Rank Checker from SEO Book lately. I’ll try and see which one works best for me. Thanks

  8. Cincinnati Guy

    Link is 403 forbidden.

  9. Red

    Gutted – Hope it goes back up!

  10. Red

    A Database Error Occurred

    Error Number: 3

    Error writing file ‘/tmp/MYjSI9tE’ (Errcode: 28)

    SELECT `result_id`, `date`, SUBSTRING_INDEX(GROUP_CONCAT(CONVERT(`url` USING utf8) SEPARATOR ‘\n’), ‘\n’, 3) AS `urls` FROM (`mpr_data`) INNER JOIN `mpr` ON mpr.id=mpr_data.result_id GROUP BY `result_id` ORDER BY `date` desc LIMIT 5

    This is all I get now…

  11. Red

    Oooo it’s backup now! Great stuff! Well done guys!