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how to check blog keyword ranking?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Junpoy, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. Junpoy

    Junpoy Regular Member

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    I mean how to check blogs or sites ranking in different keyword? For example if I have a blog or site and I want to see in what keywords and how many keywords it ranks?...
     
  2. WealthWinner

    WealthWinner Newbie

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    Hey buddy...

    G**gle webmasters, traffic travis and seo book toolbar might be able to assist you.

    JOhn
     
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  3. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    Yup, add your site to google webmaster tools. After a couple days it will show you which keywords your site is ranking for. Then take those keywords and put them in traffic travis and it will tell you exactly where each keyword is ranking. Webtool also tells you what # your ranking but its stats are a couple days old, Traffic travis is realtime.
     
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    cocoholo Regular Member

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    I've tried a horde of rank checking programs and it's so funny it's all under my nose. Google Webmaster + TT worked! :D
     
  5. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    You can check your blog's ranking using Google's webmaster tool...

    And to check your rankings very precisely you need to check manually...
    For the Searching - you can make sure you always check the same way...
    * Logged out of G Accounts
    * Opted out of Personal Search
    * Use the same computer
    * Use the same browser
    * Use the same Search page
    * Use the same Search settings

    That should help reduce the likelyhood of "bias" interfering.