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How to find the SERP / organic visitors of a site

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Kav13, Aug 2, 2015.

  1. Kav13

    Kav13 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    In my opinion the SERP and organic visitors of a site are the more important metrics when considering links.
    PR, PA, DA are all misleading as sites with high metrics but spammy links get de-indexed from google every day.
    So, my question is how can I check the SERP and organic traffic of specific sites in order to decide if I care to have a link from them?
    I'm talking about low traffic PBN and niche sites with low presence, so Alexa for example is not an option.
     
  2. THUNDERELVI

    THUNDERELVI Elite Member

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    Check out SEMRush, it will tell you an approximate number of the organic reach a site has and it will also show you the top keywords that site ranks for in the top 10/20. It's the perfect tool for spying on your competitors. This thread has a coupon for a 30-day free trial you can use before paying for any subscriptions.
     
  3. Kav13

    Kav13 Registered Member

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    Yes, SEMrush is a great tool, however, even this offers accurate data only for established sites.
    I'm looking for data about less successful sites that offer links. Most of those sites are link farms, but some may be legit sites, so I would like to see which ones have a SERP presence.
     
  4. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Similarweb will work for websites with good traffic.
    For smaller websites... I think you could try and contact the owner. (?)
     
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    Try to check with Serpfox :)
     
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    kenmifang Newbie

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    Google's webmaster tool is a good choice, it can help you solve any seo problems, you can have a try
     
  7. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    How do you use google webmaster tool to find organic traffic of other websites that you don't own?
    Have you red what OP is asking?
     
  8. phirex

    phirex Power Member

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    I wouldn't even bother replying to that guy, obviously he's just trying to increase postcount or he's just stupid.
     
  9. Richnhappy

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    When it comes to me serpbook will be a good choice.
     
  10. Kav13

    Kav13 Registered Member

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    You did reply to me.
    Your post speaks volumes about your intelligence, not me.
    And it has been reported.
    And by replying I increased my post-count even more.
     
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  11. Kav13

    Kav13 Registered Member

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    Thanks for your replies.
    Going to check Serpbook and Serpfox.
     
  12. Kav13

    Kav13 Registered Member

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    @phirex,
    Sorry, I didn't understand you were referring to the other poster.