HOW TO FIND WEBSITE IN GOOGLE

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Harrymurad
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HOW TO FIND WEBSITE IN GOOGLE

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Is there an easier way to find out where you are listed in googles search rankings without just typing in a keyword and start scrolling? I know I'm not high up there but just wondering how far I have to go.

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Post by simplefriend »

SEO Elite does it very well, but this tool is not free...
Try this one: _www.cleverstat.com/en/googlemon-web-ranking-software.htm

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Post by panganibanandre »

just put the Keyword "http//" on the SE i think this is the best thing to do when you surf in the net.

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Post by alvis »

use tool from seoadministrator.com

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Post by Lokina2 »

Have you ever try to use
SEOChat.com & iwebtool.com?
It is the good tools for SEO.

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IBP can help but not free

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keyword postion in search engine

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I will always prefer cleverstat dot com for keyword postion in search engine.

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Re: HOW TO FIND WEBSITE IN GOOGLE

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Harrymurad wrote:Is there an easier way to find out where you are listed in googles search rankings without just typing in a keyword and start scrolling? I know I'm not high up there but just wondering how far I have to go.

Still looking for one? I'm using an IBP tool. But if you want something for free you can use the rank checker: www + [seocentro.com/tools/search-engines/keyword-position.html]

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Harrymurad wrote:Is there an easier way to find out where you are listed in googles search rankings without just typing in a keyword and start scrolling? I know I'm not high up there but just wondering how far I have to go.


You may use the googleranking seo tool and rank checker by seobook in checking your keyword rankings. Or you may check it by top 100 and then control F and then type your site. If you cannot see it then you can search it in the top 200 and so on.

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Harrymurad wrote:Is there an easier way to find out where you are listed in googles search rankings without just typing in a keyword and start scrolling? I know I'm not high up there but just wondering how far I have to go.


If you want to know all the keywords ranking into your site, SEO Digger is your way! IBP would be a good choice too, but it's not free!
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Post by my_misyel »

AS-9 wrote:Try Rank Checker by SeoBook
http://tools.seobook.com/firefox/rank-checker/



I installed rank checker and its really good! Btw, have you heard of this latest issue regarding using tools ---read this

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Post by ldsc »

find in google "keyword position checker tool" you can find some website which will help you.

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Post by los_angeles_sales_trainin »

I think there is such a tool in digitalpoint forum to find your ranking in certain search engine.

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