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How do I find out what keywords a website ranks for?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by smithy, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. smithy

    smithy Registered Member

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    I'm looking for a tool to help me analyze competitions rankings and I've found "semrush.com" which has exactly what I'm after but is extortionately expensive. Is there a free alternative or a cheaper one. I'm not a fan of monthly payments.

    I'm using traffic travis (cracked) and like the tool but I currently have to enter keywords into it before it will bring me data. The analytical data I'm after is for a tool to pull out "ALL" the keywords a website is ranking for without me having to work them out.

    Thanks

    Smithy
     
  2. coolamazer

    coolamazer Registered Member

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    As they say- You get what you pay for.... Most providers are going monthly plan and server based.. the sole reason that desktop softwares are easy to crack
     
  3. Nexonkiller

    Nexonkiller BANNED BANNED

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    Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't google AdWords do this for you?
     
  4. imperial109

    imperial109 Regular Member

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    Code:
    hxxp://www.compete com/
    replace xx with tt
    put a dot before com
     
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    Drzuni Registered Member

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    Yea, Compete is good.
     
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    ultim8 Registered Member

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    I use Compete, Seomoz and Spyfu
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    backlinkcheck.com is an ok one.
     
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    So I've been spending awhile going in circles with this question myself. I deal with a lot of blogs and articles on other sites at the moment. So I have a goal of directing traffic towards www....site/site/myarticle and I'm trying to find associated keywords and how I rank in the Google Serps with respect to those keywords.

    Now Compete or Google Keyword Tool may do this already, but I haven't figured out how to do it. If anyone knows or has something for this I'd appreciate it.
     
  9. smithy

    smithy Registered Member

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    After looking at these suggestions I'm starting to get that idea! Anyway thanks guys appreciate the help.
     
  10. mccullum

    mccullum Power Member

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    i also use the alexa statistics.you will find the top phrases under the keywords section there.
     
  11. techwap

    techwap Registered Member

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    if forums go to find top thread by views
     
  12. robby

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    You can get an idea from google keyword suggestion tool .Put the domain and you can see on which keywords ,traffic on website is coming
     
  13. topsytips

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    I've tried compete.com but it never seems to have any data for my niche sites.