What's good for tracking SERP positions?

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  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 BANNED BANNED

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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.
     
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    henrikas Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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

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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.