By Matt Mickiewicz

Page Strength Analysis Tool

By Matt Mickiewicz

SEOMoz.org has developed a fantastic tool that calculates something they call “Page Strength” which can be used in to gauge the importance and visibility of any Website or Webpage.

I think it’s a great tool for any budding entrepreneur or marketer to have, as the Page Strength score is probably a much more accurate reflection of a Websites importance than Alexa Rank or Google PageRank alone.

Page Strength is based on a number of factors:

  • Links pointing to the URL & domain
  • Position in Google for the first four words of the title tag
  • Age of the Domain
  • Links from .edu and .gov domains
  • Age of the Domain Name
  • Links from Wikipedia, del.icio.us, DMOZ.org
  • Google PageRank, Alexa Rank, and more

Give Page Strength a try on your own Website, or the next time you’re looking to acquire through the SitePoint MarketPlace.

Give it a try.

  • Yogler

    Hey, that is slick. Thank you for sharing.

  • Nice find, Matt. That is super useful.

  • www.Enovabiz.com

    Just tried it.It’s a neat tool.

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  • It’s nice to actually have a tool that tells you what you need to do to improve your site. Google’s PR is nice but it doesn’t give you any help on how to improve. With the Page Strength Tool you can exactly pin point what you need to do for your website to perform better in the SERPS.

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  • Nice tool, Thanks for sharing with us.

  • eukhost.com

    Indeed a very nice tool…while PageRank is calculated on the basis of incoming links to a site, Page Strength is based on a lot of factors including the PageRank. Gives a thorough site analysis to the webmasters.

  • sembasics

    Has anyone tested how well this tool actually works? It looks and sounds impressive, but pages aren’t just strong in particular, they are also strong for particular keywords. A site may be an old site, with a lot of high quality incoming links, but another site may still out-rank depending of certain link related factors such as the anchor text, the theme of the sites linking to a particular webpage, the relevancy of a link, and a number of other important factors. It doesn’t sound to me like this tool measures for those factors, although I could be wrong (I haven’t thoroughly checked out this tool). Also, I don’t mean to say that this tool has no value, just that we should understand what it’s value is.

    All the best,


  • Really an excellent tool for checking basic aspects of SEO

  • Steve Waganer

    Its amazing very nice post and very helpful too.

  • webhosting.uk.com

    Compared to other tools SEOMOZ’s page strength tool is an excellent tool and its more near to reality.

  • Although the Page Strength doesn’t influence your site’s search rankings, it does provides a snapshot of what’s your site’s general coverage in terms of visibility, connectivity, and overall Web Presence.

  • Pavi

    hey really nice tool. thanks alot

  • This is a great tool – and I’ve added it to my wiki, the Professional Web Developer’s Wiki under SEO Tools


    The Web Development Wiki, for Web Professionals

  • Yeah its a great tool for seo purposes

  • The only sucky thing about it imho is that you’re limited to 2 free searches per day. That’s really not a lot. Unless you want to pay for the service, it’s not very helpful.

  • Yaah… it’s very great tool.

    I am already used this SEO tools..

  • http://roulettesecretsuncovered.co.uk

    A great tool, but there are usage restrictions, unlike another tool that I use – Website Grader

  • russo2008

    thanks for the tip mate.

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