Google Chrome Plugin: PageRank, Alexa Rank checker

This time I have a good news for Chrome users. Most of my friends preferred Firefox than Chrome just because it does not support installation of plugins and addons as Firefox does. But this time it is not so, if you are a big fan of Google’s Chrome and you too dislike it because of no support to install plugins, then I will say it a ‘myth’ .. Now you can install plugins in Chrome too. 🙂

Recently worked out on a Java script called "PageRank Status Checker" for Chrome users wherein you can check the PageRank and Alexa Rank of any page without having to leave the page.


The best part of this script is that, it will work similar to a Firefox plugin and to check the status of a given page, all you need is a single click, and the Google PageRank and Alexa Rank would pop up as shown on the image above. The complete step by step installation guide is here. The installation does not takes more than a couple of seconds, so I would advice you to go ahead and give it a try 🙂

Links: Installation Guide | ChromeFans

Published by Deepak Jain

Deepak Jain is passionate about technology and mobile phones. He is the founder & executive editor at Mobile Gyaan and Editor-at-Large of this blog.

13 replies on “Google Chrome Plugin: PageRank, Alexa Rank checker”

  1. I love Firefox because of the Alexa site ranking plugin, I keep switching from chrome to fox when I need to check the rank of a site. Whenever Google get that plugin, I think Firefox may be a walking dead browser.

    Regards Explore, its already dead…but I cant seems to get it deleted from my computer and each time I’m checking my hotmail, explorer keep popping up even when its not my default browser…

    I guess its the monopoly system at work….

  2. I like Google Chrome partly because of the lack of plugin support.
    I’d like it to stay light and clutter free.
    I don’t mind jumping over to firefox to do SEO research, but that’s the only reason I ever use it now.

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