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Checking your site's SERP?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dallaswynn, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    Is there any easier way to find your SERP without going page by page until you find your site?

    *Edit* I'm sorry, just found serprank.***
     
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  2. m0nks

    m0nks Newbie

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    There sure is!

    Try seoserp, it's quick and shows a report at the bottom.

    seoserp.com/web_tools/google_top_1000_serps_checker.asp
     
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  3. hollandgirl68

    hollandgirl68 Registered Member

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    Also try Rank Tracker, I think it is one of the best out there;)
     
  4. cooltoad

    cooltoad Senior Member

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    I dont know why..but I have different results wid different SERP checkers...seoserp.c0m says I am in top 200...but others say not in top 1000
     
  5. dallaswynn

    dallaswynn Junior Member

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    I have done a little playing with seoserp and have found it to be acurate. If you take the site result number (ex. 144) and divide it by 11, you will get the page you are indexed on (roughly). So for the above example, your site would be on page 144/11 = 13.09 or 13 1/2.