How can i check page rank of my website

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I just created a new website that has been indexed. And was wondering why i haven't started seeing enough traffic as it was built on a domain with good metrics. How do i check my page rank on Google. And could you guys please check my website and point out any loopholes i might not see.
The website is less than a week old after launch

Hairlossprotocolconsumerreview.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Eudy Bassey
    I have tried to do the whole submiting sitemap and google index stuff.its not working. I dont have a lot of knowledge on the tech part of blogging. Contacted someone and the price he mentioned is ridiculous lol.

    I have been trying to get a hang on reddit and stumble upon because i heard you can get a lot of traffic from it.

    Anyone that can help redesign my site and improve my traffic at an affordable rate should contact me. Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Eudy Bassey
      Forgot to enter my url properly
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      • Profile picture of the author Eudy Bassey
        Lol this people dont want me to enter my url. Here it goes

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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Eudy Bassey View Post

      I have tried to do the whole submiting sitemap and google index stuff.its not working. I dont have a lot of knowledge on the tech part of blogging. Contacted someone and the price he mentioned is ridiculous lol.

      I have been trying to get a hang on reddit and stumble upon because i heard you can get a lot of traffic from it.

      Anyone that can help redesign my site and improve my traffic at an affordable rate should contact me. Thanks
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      Your site is indexed fine.

      https://www.google.com/search?q=site...hrome&ie=UTF-8
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by maxdosh View Post

    I just created a new website that has been indexed. And was wondering why i haven't started seeing enough traffic as it was built on a domain with good metrics. How do i check my page rank on Google. And could you guys please check my website and point out any loopholes i might not see.
    The website is less than a week old after launch

    Hairlossprotocolconsumerreview.com
    You can't.

    Google stopped updating public pagerank a few years ago.
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  • Profile picture of the author harrygr
    Page rank doesn't determine traffic, your ranking on google does that. You should try to check your ranking instead of PR.
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    • Profile picture of the author maxdosh
      Originally Posted by harrygr View Post

      Page rank doesn't determine traffic, your ranking on google does that. You should try to check your ranking instead of PR.
      Yea my ranking is what i meant to say. How do i go about that
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  • Profile picture of the author NiTiN TOHANI
    There are vivid online tools, but here are some trusted tool :-
    1. https://www.checkpagerank.net/
    2 https://smallseotools.com/google-pagerank-checker/

    NOTE :- WITH PR IT ALSO PROVIDE SOME ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS ALSO .
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by NiTiN TOHANI View Post

      There are vivid online tools, but here are some trusted tool :-
      1. https://www.checkpagerank.net/
      2 https://smallseotools.com/google-pagerank-checker/

      NOTE :- WITH PR IT ALSO PROVIDE SOME ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS ALSO .
      Looking at those is a terrible idea. The data is almost 4 years old.

      Nobody outside of Google has any idea what the PR is of any page on the internet today.
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    • Profile picture of the author ghanendrayadav
      The second option is better and best for free checking. I am using this website for last 1 year.
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  • Profile picture of the author gazhall
    You need to make sure your web pages have a lot of relevant content on them which is related to your target keywords. You also need to increase the number of links pointing to your site from high authority sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author maxdosh
      I built the website on an expired domain with backlinks already. I was hoping i will get traffic soon
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  • Profile picture of the author dilipcybex
    Alexa is the next best thing since Google PR has gone. Alexa is far from accurate, but, it is still a way of weighing your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author JackMr
    hey,
    I really don't know who told you that this site has good metrics, or how you checked, but this domain not have good metrics, my friend, the site BL profile is not good, a lot of spam.
    about the PR, for a long time, it's not have meaning for ranking.
    about your site, you need to write good content and not just try to sell your affiliates items in such way, it looks spam.
    if you continue that way, you not going to make traffic to your site.
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    • Profile picture of the author maxdosh
      I have good content on the site but may i know how u found out about the spam links because I used moz ose and found a low spam score
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  • Profile picture of the author emosaveen
    Hey buddy,
    PR no longer effects your search engine ranking. Try to focus on increasing your Authority as they determine how good is your website.
    As for your website, your website contains alot of spams.
    First of all, try to focus on your on page optimization and then go for quality backlinks then only you will be able to rank in the search engine.
    If your website is not optimized then you will never get good traffic to your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dipti Chawla
    Your website is new and hence it is not having good number of backlinks. Try to create quality backlinks. It is definitely going to take time. So you have to be patient. Keep writing good content and share it. Engage into editorial content.
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    • Profile picture of the author maxdosh
      Its not quite new as it is an expired domain with a number of backlinks
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  • Profile picture of the author lakshmanenew
    Hello, I can check page rank to your site
    https://hairlossprotocolconsumerreview.com/
    page rank showing: zero
    check page rank by using tool: https://smallseotools.com/google-pagerank-checker/
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by dilipcybex View Post

    Alexa is the next best thing since Google PR has gone. Alexa is far from accurate, but, it is still a way of weighing your site.
    It absolutely is not the next best thing. Alexa is completely inaccurate and measures something entirely different from PageRank.

    Originally Posted by emosaveen View Post

    Hey buddy,
    PR no longer effects your search engine ranking. Try to focus on increasing your Authority as they determine how good is your website.
    As for your website, your website contains alot of spams.
    First of all, try to focus on your on page optimization and then go for quality backlinks then only you will be able to rank in the search engine.
    If your website is not optimized then you will never get good traffic to your website.
    PR absolutely does effect rankings. You just no longer can see PR.

    Originally Posted by lakshmanenew View Post

    Hello, I can check page rank to your site
    https://hairlossprotocolconsumerreview.com/
    page rank showing: zero
    check page rank by using tool: https://smallseotools.com/google-pagerank-checker/
    You cannot check anyone's PR. SmallSEOTools.com is lying to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    You can't check PR through any tool anymore. But still its considered as a ranking factor by Google. Since, its not public anymore so you can't see what's your PR. And coming to Alexa and other such similar metrics they are a third party so their metrics doesn't effect the SERP's at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author beckywillis
    Many places go by your domain authority (DA) or page authority (PA) and you can check it here: http://www.checkmoz.com/. (which is a free source).

    Also there are places that look at Alexa's number(s) when deciding things. I have read quite a bit that Google looks at pa, da, site speed etc when ranking. But PR you are right you can no longer see.
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  • Profile picture of the author radu
    Originally Posted by maxdosh View Post

    I just created a new website that has been indexed. And was wondering why i haven't started seeing enough traffic as it was built on a domain with good metrics. How do i check my page rank on Google. And could you guys please check my website and point out any loopholes i might not see.
    The website is less than a week old after launch

    Hairlossprotocolconsumerreview.com
    PR is no longer available for the public..

    Even if the domain has some good metrics..what matters is the optimization (on-site and off-site) for that specific article (keywords), it depends on your competition as well..if there is no optimization, no backlinks then it's normal to not seeing enough traffic..
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  • Profile picture of the author tomopalinski
    State of the website is never static and Google algorithm is continuously adjusting its own metrics about it's worth.

    All third-party tools like Alexa or Moz never have direct access to the most accurate data. Therefore, metrics such as domain/page authority, page rank, trust/citation flow, etc., that they are displaying are delayed and can't be any better than educated attempts to get closer to the truth.

    Ultimately, those metrics should always be regarded as estimates and treated as such.

    I would like to suggest a different way of gauging the worth of a website.

    Consider for a moment that every website is a company and just like with every business, its worth goes up and down depending on the actions of their owners.

    In the world of business, we can track the worth of a business by checking its trends in the stock market. In the world of Google, we track metrics like DA, PA, PR, TF, CF, etc. to determine how well the website is doing.

    Anybody that had any experience in trading stocks will tell you without a doubt that current trends in stocks will not predict future trends.

    The same principle applies to website's worth. It is continuously changing either up or down, depending on actions of a site owner. Moreover, website metrics are never guaranteed to stay the same in the future, just like in the case of a company stock.

    In the end, if your SEO goals are to build short-term projects or you don't mind unpredictable changes in your future rankings, focusing on those metrics can be a good way to save time and get the job done.

    However, if you are determined to build something that is consistent, predictable and lasting a lifetime, basing your important decisions on those metrics is not for you.

    Instead, follow the footsteps of Warren Buffet, a genius if it comes to investing in stock market. Instead of looking at the stock trends of a company, he builds a relationship with business owners, considers their plans for the future, determines how well that company is run, etc.

    As link builders, reaching out to site owners and getting to know them and their vision for their website future can be the best thing we can do. This way we get to identify websites with the most potential for growth.

    With this approach, we end up getting a link that is only getting stronger as the time goes on. You wouldn't even have to look at any metrics anymore because you would know that every backlink is coming from healthy, active and growing website.

    I recommend only using those metrics to get a general idea where the website is at the moment. The true worth and potential of a website is certainly not reflected in those numbers and should be explored way further than that.

    I hope this gives you guys slightly different perspective on things.

    Good luck and enjoy the process.
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