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Best free tool to find placement of site on google?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by divinewind, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. divinewind

    divinewind Newbie

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    What´s the best free tool that shows you where your site placed on google... which page, what exact result, etc.? I know there´s probably tons out there, but I´m sure there´s one that´s better than the others.
     
  2. jackccl

    jackccl Registered Member

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    There is a *free* version of market samurai on here somewhere :rolleyes:

    You give it exact search and it looks it up for you and tells you what number you are. It can also do bing and yahoo too. You can add several searches then save your project and every time you want to check rank all you will have to do is press update.
     
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  3. divinewind

    divinewind Newbie

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    Interesting...

    I might actually make my own free tool for this... I tried one on the net and it´s not working. I think that it would be nice to give multiple keywords and use insights to find related keywords, then find placement on them too, so that you can see all sides of your SEO venture.
     
  4. ukescuba

    ukescuba Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i have a free online tool you can use on my site...

    http://www.ukescuba.com/multi-keyword-placement-checker.html

    enter in your different keywords and it will tell you if your domain is ranked in the top 100 of google or yahoo and what position it is for those keyterms theres other free tools too...

    hth
     
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  5. corporate hustler

    corporate hustler Newbie

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    a great tool is the one over at seo centro, it shows bing, google, yahoo and also the top 40 in each search engine for your keyword. it shows a few other things too, check it out.

    Code:
    http://www.seocentro.com/tools/search-engines/keyword-position.html
     
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  6. divinewind

    divinewind Newbie

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    Liked your tool, will definitely use it :)
     
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  7. pro.seods

    pro.seods Junior Member

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    hey,

    Check out these.

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    http://www.mikes-marketing-tools.com/ranking-reports/
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    http://sitereportcard.com/checkranking/
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    http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/keywords/
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    http://www.googlerankings.com/
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    http://www.webconfs.com/
    Hope these are useful to you.
     
  8. poisonsembrace

    poisonsembrace Registered Member

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    Market Samurai's Rank Tracker is awesome for this.

    You can toss in your webpages and duplicate them for each keyword you're targeting which allows you to see how the same website ranks for different keywords.
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Nice tool mate. I bookmarked your site for future use as well
     
  10. Ravager

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    Nice tools but what if your keyword ranking is not in the top 100 searches? In this case what i do is manually search for them in an easy manner which is also reliable.


    1. Go to Google.com
    2. Click on "Search Settings" (which on the top right corner of the page)
    3. Scroll down to "Number of Results "and have it made to "100"
    4. Type in your keyword your ranking for and hit search
    5. Copy the URL of your page your targeting
    6. Crtl+F and paste the URL in the find box
    Now click on the "Next" to check if your page for the targeted keyword is placed on the top 100 (which is your 1st page). If you don't have the luck in the 1st page try the 2nd page and way you go. Hope it helps.