PageRank Plugin Applications For WordPress

In case you ever wondered how you might put a pagerank plugin on your blog, here is a brief review of suitable applications designed for use in WordPress blogs. One WordPress plugin that is included in the directory is to be found on a Chinese site but just click the “Translate” tab in your Google toolbar and you will get the English version. It will display Google PageRank for the current page on your blog.

Installation is simple. First, download the plugin file googlepr.zip and then extract it to the plugin directory in the background management to activate it. Finally, you have to modify your template by inserting some code where you want the pagerank to display.

Geeklad Widget There are a number of PageRank plugin items for WordPress but it would appear that most of them involve editing the template in order to incorporate them into your blog. So, Geeklad, lacking a better option, took on the task of developing a WordPress plugin to display PageRank in a widget. Thanks to him, we do have a PageRank Widget for WordPress.

The options are very simple in this case. You may display your PageRank either at a top-level, i.e. your domain index page, or display it at a page level yourdomain.com/the-page-level. By default, the PageRank is displayed at page level.

The installation is quite simple and this is what you do. Download the PageRank Widget plugin, extract the contents to your blog’s plugin directory and activate it. Then go to Appearance > Widgets, add the PageRank Widget, select the display option “Individual Pages or Top-Level” and save the changes.

You will appreciate the option of being able to display PageRank with a widget. It makes it very easy to use and doesn’t involve having to edit HTML code or load images or JavaScript from another website. A recent addition is a feature permitting display of the pagerank within a post. Just place the relevant code where you want it to appear on the page:

Chabaan Plugin

Another PageRank plugin for WordPress, offered by chaaban.info, only shows the pagerank of the main domain and not of individual pages. The Page Rank Plugin consists of three php files and one folder for images. In order to install the plugin, you have to unzip the file and upload the pagerank folder to your blog’s wp-content/plugins folder. Then activate the plugin in the control panel and position the plugin function within your theme

Missionseo Widget

Missionseo.com offers what they describe as a “Free-of-Cost Link Baiting Tool” for your WordPress blog and this is also a widget. Your visitors can check their website’s Google PageRank but you might also get a lot of backlinks to your site by distributing a PageRank chiclet. This appears in the sidebar of your WordPress blog and allows your visitors to check their own Page Rank. If they admire the small image generated by this pagerank plugin, they may copy the HTML code and paste it into their own site. As a result, you will get a lot of backlinks and increase the popularity and hopefully, the pagerank of your blog. The installation instructions are as follows. Download the zip file, unzip and upload to your WordPress blog’s plugin folder. Then go to the Admin Panel > Plugins and Activate. To display the widget in your sidebar you simply paste the code supplied. You can also adjust color and other options from the plugin’s admin page. You are able to alter CSS properties, background color, header text color and size and the border. It is also possible to change the color properties for the image as well as background color, text color, bar color and the “href” of the distributed link. Show My PageRank WordPress PageRank Plugin Show-My-PageRank is to be found in the WordPress Plugin Directory. You just download this plugin and activate it. All of your WordPress posts are tagged with your Google pagerank. There is no need to enter your page rank manually. This plugin provides live page rank automatically by checking the Google server each time the page is shown. It is fast loading and does not affect your normal page loading speed. All of your posts are embedded automatically with their page rank, though this feature can be disabled if required. You may add your page rank anywhere in your blog by use of code supplied. So, there are no less than five pagerank plugin applications for you to choose from for the purpose of enhancing your blog.