Desktop tool to check SERPs?

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  1. schleprock

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    I have been trying to use Traffic Travis to check my SERPs for about 200 KWs. I set a 90 second delay and only run 3-4 jobs at a time using 10 proxies. I get blocked all the time.
    (TT told me they were working on this problem about a month ago but apparently things are not going well with the fix)

    Can someone tell me another desktop tool to use to check SERPs

    or should I just cancel my proxies and not have any idea what my rankings are. What are my options.
     
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    You can use serposcope which is a free desktop tool. If you have scrapebox then you can buy the RankTracker plugin for $20. Alternatively you can try serplab which is an online kw checker with a free plan.
     
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    I have SB rank checker and it gives weird results. Results I know are wrong.
    But I will definately check the other 2 methods and see if I can get them to work.

    Thanks.
    I tried a few different Google queries and could not find anything for the desktop. So I appreciate this.

    I think SB gets it wrong because of the proxies. Maybe I will try it with only my proxies for the SERP check and see if that works.
     
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    From SEO PowerSuite, Rank tracker. Free license is very good for one time checks.