Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by LinkWorld, Jul 25, 2017.
I'm looking perfect Serp tracker to get my keywords real time results in all over countries
Don't know if this helps, but Ahrefs has been pretty... Also began using scrap box recently. Simply because it allows editing your search parameters a little more.
i'm tried ahrefs, serpbook and serplab but not getting exact real time results
How did you check that these services not getting exact results?
Check on this website, it's a serp comparison tool : http://www.keyword-reporter.com/
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Serpbook, serpbuddy and serpmarker are all very good services.
OK, I might be in the minority here but I no longer even use SEP tracking tools. The positioning, impression, and click data that Google's tools give me on keywords is more than enough and if frankly more relevant to me. And these days I'm more worried about impressions than anything. Rank is irrelevant in the face of impressions... and with Google split testing the SERP results just because you show at #12 in a 3rd party tool doesn't always mean you're getting all the traffic of a true #12. Google is constantly shuffling results through the day and based on geo location and even time of day. Which is why when they report positions the quote an "average position" instead. Most tools just take a snap shot of one SERP result for one location. Highly inaccurate.
And the value of a position is all relative. Would you rather push a #14 keyword that gets you 6,800 impressions a day to #13, or would you rather push a #5 keyword that gets you 3,200 impressions to #4? The impression share is more important, and Google themselves gives you that data free of charge.
Serpstat is on here and not too bad either.
Google does not report you all the keywords your page/site is ranking for though, which is quite a limitation. And how do you find out impression share of a keyword among the top 10 results from Google's tools?
Google doesn't give you ALL the keywords you rank for, but they do give you the top 999 keywords, which is more than enough to account for 95% of most sites' traffic. Impression share is something that you can get an idea of by comparing your impressions/clicks with Google KWP's volume tool. That gives you a general idea, but in the end what really matters is keyword to keyword impressions to impressions. Like I said, if a keyword gets you good impressions at #20 then that keyword is valuable even at #20, whereas there are MANY keywords that are worthless at #3. It all depends.
Recently, I discovered ahrefs as a Rank Tracker - very convenient!
earlier used only Pro Rank Tracker
I tried quite a few, but somehow I always go back to Serpbook.
Hmmm. This is an eye opener for me.
I was a fan of Serpbook (and I still use it) but recently I see that it does not report accurate rankings at all. However its far easier to use a 3rd party tool than accessing a different Gmail for every website I have.
Thanks for this! You gave me a lot to think about!
I can't edit my previous post but since then @lanbo contacted me through PM and seek through my problems. All seems to be good now, it is really nice to have staff contacting us and solving our problems through here even though I was a paying customer anyway and never complained to them directly.
I use self-hosted Serposcope - unlimited keywords/checks but requires many proxies.
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