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    Check all SERPs for website


    Hi, I am working with a new website and need to check all the SERPs for that website. Was wondering if there are any tools out there that do that without you having to specify keyphrases. Thanks in advance Tommy M
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    check google WMT for starters.. it gives you an average position for all keyterms your site is found for.

    Then, take the keyword list and put it into a reliable serp checker. Job done.
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    SEOBOOK has a great toolbar with tons of tools. SEMRush and Blekko are really good. Hope that helps!
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    yeah if you fancy paying $100 a month for the privilige. Google WMT, SEO powersuite free edition, and a spare half hour will do the job just as well.
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    If you dont want to use a paid solutions you can do the following:

    A. Google for a free rank checker
    or B:
    1. Use WMT or Analytics to get all the keywords your site is getting traffic from (those are likely to be the ones you rank for)
    2. Have a read on how to check rankings using google docs, see http://www.distilled.net/blog/seo/ho...g-google-docs/ Read all of it if your new to scrapping or simple search the page for "Simple Rank Checking : Sheet1"
    3. Add all those keywords you got from WMT/Analytics to the doc and your done!
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    Originally Posted by freeflyer
    yeah if you fancy paying $100 a month for the privilige. Google WMT, SEO powersuite free edition, and a spare half hour will do the job just as well.
    You get a lot more than just the SERP checker. It's great tools for beginners and pros.

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