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What's good for tracking SERP positions?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by technetium, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. technetium

    technetium Registered Member

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    What's good out there these days?

    I've been using SEObook Rank Checker for years, knowing that it's not going to be 100% but it's been close enough most of the time.

    Lately though, there are more and more keywords where it's not even close. It might have to do with the new G shopping, but whatever.

    I have some KWs in the 1-4 spots where it tells me stuff like 25, 38... not very helpful.

    What's still working reasonably well?
     
  2. mangobuddy

    mangobuddy BANNED BANNED

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    Rank Tracker from Link Assistance is Pretty Good.
     
  3. Salto

    Salto Regular Member

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    im also working with rank checker :) great tool and with great proxy integration for fast checking. the proxy checker is just too slow for my taste.
     
  4. Burn Notice

    Burn Notice Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    henrikas Regular Member

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    I'm using traffic travis, it's pretty decent. You can get it here:
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    [URL]http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/member-downloads/409672-get-traffic-travis-4-1-working-2-21-12-a.html[/URL]
     
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    golface72 Regular Member

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    Cute rank is good but the free version is pretty limited.
     
  7. Project-Shadow

    Project-Shadow Junior Member

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    If you've got a few bucks to spare I'd suggest SerpBook.
     
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    Micrositemasters
     
  9. gorang

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    I was recording rankings manually for years because every software/website i tried couldn't get it right. The rankings were always wrong. The only one that's worked for me is RankRanger(in my sig - yes an aff link).

    Just make sure you select "filter duplicate ranks" when setting up a campaign and the rankings are always correct for any location.

    They give reports from majestic seo, your analytics, webmaster tools, pages indexed etc.

    The SEO companies I work with have even adopted it, so it works pretty well. You can give clients a url/password and they can track rankings daily which is pretty good. There's loads of good stuff.

    I noticed they have an option for being an affiliate and i really like them so i stuffed the banner in my sig.