How can you tell where you rank in SERPS

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by WebInvestor, May 9, 2010.

  1. WebInvestor

    WebInvestor Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I see a lot of people who say, I'm ranked 43rd, 23rd, etc, etc

    How can you see this?
     
  2. deankeen

    deankeen BANNED BANNED

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    I wonder the same thing! Sorry I'm of no help
     
  3. geteasymoneynow

    geteasymoneynow Regular Member

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  4. johnknow

    johnknow Newbie

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    Why in hell can't anyone post something that checks more than the top 100?

    If I'm in the top 100 I can check that with ease.

    I mean thanks for posting what you have but does anyone have one that checks beyond the 100?
     
  5. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    I use web CEO, they have a free version which allows you to check up to 5 keywords for each website

    it works up to 1000 positions (first 99 SERPs) which is more than enough for me
     
  6. halfpoint

    halfpoint Regular Member

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    I use "Rank Tracker" by Link Assistant. They have both a paid and free version.

    The free version works fine but if you want to save projects and keep a record of your rankings over time you'll need the paid version.
     
  7. GloCk99

    GloCk99 Regular Member

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    I use market samurai though.