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How to check what keywords you rank on?

livegirl1 asked 1 year ago
Is there any tool that will show how my page rank for a certain keyword on Google?

Also , is there a tool that will show any keyword my page ranks for? And the position?

Google analytics only shows those that people clicked on… :Cry:

20 Answers
livegirl1 answered 1 year ago
really? which tool hun?

i submitted my sitemaps but that’s as for as i got <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

OLAGUMA answered 1 year ago
I normally use Rank Checker.
http://tools.seobook.com/

webber286 answered 1 year ago
Yes, you can set your preferences for which Google you search.

Vrindavan answered 1 year ago
i think people searching from google toolbar can have their result from google.com no matter where they are

webber286 answered 1 year ago
@bc4u 197731 wrote:

I have a question that is along the same lines as this concerning keywords and Google.

Say I am in Europe and on Google.com searching ‘Best Casinos’ – My site comes up #6 on the first page. Does this mean that someone in the US will get the same results when on Google.com searching the same keywords?

Depending on where you are located, Google will serve you the local version of their site by default. If you are in the UK, you will get google.uk instead of google.com, in France it would be google.fr

The search results are different between them as Google attempts to determine where your site should be shown. They do this based on your TLD (top level domain), so if you have a .uk or .fr in your domain, Google will include you in their .uk or .fr results accordingly. If you have a .com domain, Google determines where you should be by the location of your hosting company. You can override Google’s assumption on your .com by going to Google Webmaster Tools and telling them which country your website should be shown.

bc4u answered 1 year ago
I have a question that is along the same lines as this concerning keywords and Google.

Say I am in Europe and on Google.com searching ‘Best Casinos’ – My site comes up #6 on the first page. Does this mean that someone in the US will get the same results when on Google.com searching the same keywords?

webber286 answered 1 year ago
@livegirl1 196891 wrote:

i am on fifth page for live roulette tv and first page for live blackjack tv <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

how do you know i am not in top 500 for play live roulette – where did you check it?

thanks for the tool, i will check it out now! :3eyes:

Just went to Google and did the search (showing 100 results at a time), then searched the page for your URL and the following 4 pages of results.

GaryTheScubaGuy answered 1 year ago
I use Rank Tracker for that or SEO Book has one as well that’s free.

livegirl1 answered 1 year ago
i am on fifth page for live roulette tv and first page for live blackjack tv <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” /> <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

how do you know i am not in top 500 for play live roulette – where did you check it?

thanks for the tool, i will check it out now! :3eyes:

GaryTheScubaGuy answered 1 year ago
Hi livegirl1,

you can’t really check PR for a specific term. If you have a page targeting a specific term you can check that page’s PR, but not for a term.

I use the free vesion of Link Assistant (http://www.link-assistant.com/competitors.html) to check PR. There is a feature to search for sites that already link to you and It pulls the PR and puts everything into an xls file for you.

Cheers

Gary