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    Looking for a Ranking Tool


    I am trying to find a tool that will tell me all of the Keywords that my website is currently ranking on.. does anyone know if there is such a thing? a free tool would obviously be optimal. is this just wishful thinking?
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    rankcheck from seobook as a FF plugin
    http://tools.seobook.com/seo-toolbar/

    or if you want a stand alone application you can try rank tracker
    http://www.link-assistant.com/rank-tracker/

    rank tracker free version doesnt save so you have to enter them each time. Also you can't export results unless you get the paid version so if you have a long list it would take time consuming to manually save them into excel.
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    How about googles webmaster tools and analytics. These are both free and can give you great insight as to how visitors get to your site as well as what your visitors do once they are there.
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    ^^that's right, I also use googles webmaster tools and analytics.. you can view there your visitors activity.. its really simple to use and can also help to make some arrangement because of the results..
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    Analytics


    I agree!

    Google analytics would be a good route to go. You can look up a number of results from where your traffic is coming from as well as rankings.
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    I like Webceo


    Originally Posted by SapporoBBOY
    I agree!

    Google analytics would be a good route to go. You can look up a number of results from where your traffic is coming from as well as rankings.
    Take a look at Web Ceo . They have a free version of their software. And you can have the reports run automatically and e-mailed to you.
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    Chance, if I understand your question correctly, you are looking for a tool that will tell you for what terms you are ranking. I don't know of any tool in which you enter your url and it tells you for what phrases/keywords you rank.

    However, as bkseo suggested, seobook's rank checker is a FF plug in that will tell you how you rank for terms/phrases that you enter (so there could be many terms for which you rank highly but you arte not aware of it).

    I would suggest running G's analytics to see what phrases are leading people to your site, then use rank checker to find out just how well you are doing (and also try synonyms or variations)

    Best of luck.
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    Originally Posted by MauiRealtor
    I don't know of any tool in which you enter your url and it tells you for what phrases/keywords you rank.
    KeywordSpy does that. It's expensive though.
    Last edited by PhilipSEO; Jun 23rd, 2010 at 07:36 PM. Reason: typo
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    Originally Posted by PhilipSEO
    KeywordSpy does that. It's expensive thought.
    Awesome, thanks for the info, I will definitely check it out.
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    Originally Posted by PhilipSEO
    KeywordSpy does that. It's expensive though.
    At $139.95, it is a bit pricy. It has a higher price than the MAC Leopard OS when it was released which was $129. Has anybody experienced using it, and is it worth the money?
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    Originally Posted by manray
    At $139.95, it is a bit pricy. It has a higher price than the MAC Leopard OS when it was released which was $129. Has anybody experienced using it, and is it worth the money?
    Thats $139.95 per month though.

    And to answer the OP, I don't see how any tool can tell you all the phrases that you feature for on the search engines unless it ran every single possible phrase through the engines and looked at results.

    Personally I work the other way, I aim for a couple of phrases per page and monitor those for clients, looking at GA reports shows me what else has been searched on and clicked on and some of these can be interesting, others less so - for example I never optimise for a clients busines name (im my view any website should feature for the business name) but they are always delighted when someone has searched for the clients business name and found it so I report these to the client as well as part of the monthly reporting of positions and traffic trends.
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    There is a tool from iwebtools for rank prediction.
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    I have three that I use, they are:
    https://www.seomoz.org/rank-tracker
    http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/keywords/
    and then http://www.linkvendor.com/seo-tools/serps-position.html

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