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Feb 8th, 2013, 09:46 AM
CuteRank is a free and paid keyword checking software which will check unlimited amounts of keyword positions automatically on multiple search engines including Google, Yahoo, Bing (MSN), Ask, AOL and more.
- Check Keyword Positions in an instant
- Track keyword ranking performance
- Automatically update keyword ranking on schedule
- View detailed keyword ranking history
- Export keyword ranking results
Above is a quote from the CuteRank website and if you would like to know more you can see the full feature list by clicking here. This will show you what's included in both the free edition and the paid edition which costs just $59.95 one time fee + $10 for yearly updates after your first year, please see the upgrades page for more details.
CuteRank is a FREE keyword rank checker tool (software) designed to batch automatically check keyword positions and track keyword ranking performance on multiple search engines including Google, Yahoo, Bing (MSN), Ask, and AOL. What’s more, this free keyword rank checker allows you to keep your SEO notes and see how your keyword position improves with your SEO effort. You can also generate keyword position report in multiple formats.
Have you used this software and if so what are your thoughts on it? Would you recommend others to use the free version or even upgrade to the paid edition?
Last edited by NathanielB; Feb 8th, 2013 at 09:55 AM.
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