SEO FAQ: What Are Google PR Prediction Tools?
In may 2004 the checksum algorithm that Google is using to query a site’s PageRank from it’s servers were cracked and released here. This spread across the internet like wildfire and the code was translated into PHP. People started to write scripts to get the PR value without a toolbar and even though Google changed their checksum algorithm it was shortly cracked again. Then the popular PageRank prediction tools (PR predictors) started to emerge from different places.
So here we present the top 5 most accurate future Google PageRank prediction tools available today:
Enter the exact website address of the page you want to check the prediction for into the text box. You can enter up to 10 different websites to check the prediction for. After entering the first address, press Enter and enter a new address on the new line. Click the “Check!” button. The results will provide a prediction of the future PageRank however this should not be considered true. But do keep in mind: this tool will provide an estimation of the future PageRank and should not be considered precise.
This Google Pagerank prediction tool will predict your website’s future Page Rank based on the quality and quantity of backlinks. Note, PR predictor will provide an estimation of the future Google PageRank and should not be considered exact. As a matter of fact, it is not the Google Pagerank prediction but this is detecting your real PR. There is no secret that Google does not show real PR. Toolbar PR is usually lower than the real PR. It could be because your site is young or you are selling links. You can also violate some Google rules without knowing about the existence of these norms. Therefore, generally real PR is higher than the displayed pagerank on your Google toolbar. This Pagerank prediction tool shows real PR without any Google’s reducing factors.
This tool attempts to determine a future Google PageRank value of a particular site. In other words, it tries to determine the PageRank value of the URL you enter, as it would be after the next Google PageRank update. The tools does several calculations to come to this figure. The tool estimates the value of the future PageRank and then round up or down as Google would. This is an estimation and should not be considered factual, please use with the intention of entertainment purposes only.
However, non of these tools are completely foolproof and accurate as nobody fully understands what Google PR is; not even the tool creators. But still then it is a fun way to take a peep at the future, ain’t it? Which of these tools did you find the most accurate?