Do you have a PR6 or PR 7 hidden somewhere in your site?

Well, have you check your individual pages Google pagerank? Do you have a PR6 or PR7 hidden somewhere in your hundreds and thousands of pages?

But don’t get too excited. Not many people can achieve that feat. Well, did. He has some PR6/10 in there in his PR5/10 site.

I checked my personal site at (without the www) and I only get PR4 at the highest.


If you wish to check the internal pages of your blog, you can check from

And when you know you have some good page rank on the pages, you can sell links on those pages, you know? So, make the best of it. I sold a few TextLinkAds on some of my more popular pages. Linkworth for example allows you to submit your sub-pages to them to sell links. This is another money making tip. Of course, you don’t earn much for per link on a sub-page. Usually around $5 to $10 per link per page for a month. But if you can sell a lot of links, it wil good money.

Post Author: lilian

11 thoughts on “Do you have a PR6 or PR 7 hidden somewhere in your site?


    (July 19, 2007 - 3:49 am)

    My main page is ranked PR2. Surprisingly, I have 3 posts that ranked PR3. Thanks for the site.


    (July 19, 2007 - 8:59 am)

    Cheers for the tip. I’m not even close, but we’ve all gotta start somewhere.


    (July 19, 2007 - 9:26 am)

    My mainpage has the highest pagerank


    (July 19, 2007 - 10:38 am)

    Can I nominate ‘selected popular pages’ for TLA? I know it’s possible in Linkworth but what about TLA? Can ah?


    (July 19, 2007 - 6:35 pm)

    Alternatively, you could use Google Webmaster Tools to identiy pages with the highest PR

    Matt Stoddart

    (July 19, 2007 - 10:28 pm)

    Sub-pages can be especially valuable when it comes to building a successful linking campaign because we build campaigns based on relevance. So, depending on what pages of your site “match-up” with an advertisers needs, a sub-page can actually be more valuable than the homepage. And around here, we’re always willing to sacrifice PR for relevance.


    (July 20, 2007 - 1:35 am)

    I really like the livepr tool very nice.


    (July 20, 2007 - 2:15 am)

    rb – Glad to share.

    Matt – Tks for dropping by. LOL, I am still fumbling on the Linkworth dashboard and I actually made a lot of boo-boos in my pricing. I am a fast learner so no problem, I will share with my readers once I am more familiar.

    gaman -Tks for the tips!

    doris – Nope, TLA doesn’t enable it but I think the advertisers will know where to dig for good and relevant pages. How? I don’t know.

    kennyP – My problem is still the www. I get only pr 4 on my personal site with the www

    tine – Dun worry, once you have content (even if they are paid posts) the range can go up to pr4/10 real quick.

    tenthofmarch – There are some gems normally hidden there that we probably didn’t notice. I normally work and repeat on those topics or redirect by adding a few more relevant links so that the surfers can read other pages. My trick to tell them to ‘hold on, don’t go, what you are really looking for is here’.


    (July 20, 2007 - 7:59 am)

    hi there,
    my PR is currently at 0. Could it be like that because I only just started blogging recently?
    any ideas on how I can up my pagerank.
    Show Me The Money


    (July 20, 2007 - 2:25 pm)

    “My problem is still the www. I get only pr 4 on my personal site with the www”

    I think you should try Google Webmaster Tools to set your “Preferred domain”.


    (December 8, 2008 - 12:44 pm)

    I found out that text link ads gives your site low pr.

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