What is the best free seo rank checker tool?


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I am looking for a tool that can monitor my website rankings on search engines like Google, Yahoo bing etc ..

Is there any such tool around that is free ?

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asked Dec 31 '09 at 06:18
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Varun
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  • I just found - http://kpmrs.com .. I think this is what I was looking for. – Varun 9 years ago

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Two free great tools which I use:

  1. Site Juice of Pear Analytics (www.pearanalytics.com). It is free right now cause it is in the Beta testing phase. Will check ranks in Google, Yahoo and Bing and will also store them for you.
  2. SEO toolbar (a Firefox plugin) which has the Rank Checker tool. Very handy for instant rank checks but the disadvantage is that it automatically does not store your rank history.
answered Dec 31 '09 at 07:12
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Romy Misra
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  • +1 for Pear Analytics - looking forward to my domain report! – Jeff Epstein 8 years ago

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Watching rankings is a waste of time. Rankings tell you nothing. Just because you rank number one for a keyword or phrase doesn't mean anything. Capture more useful data/ insights, such as what keywords are driving traffic to your site or do some keyword research and identify keywords in which you want to capture a lot of traffic from and monitor those results. At the end of the day you want more traffic to your site.

Plus with Google's personalized search it is tough to see what each individual user is seeing, each SERP will be different.

answered Dec 31 '09 at 07:44
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Michael
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answered Dec 31 '09 at 06:39
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Dheer Gupta
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answered Dec 31 '09 at 06:44
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Francophile
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If you are looking for keyword / keyphrase ranker, digital points Keyword Tracker & Keyword Ranking Tool is pretty good - and its free. Not pretty, doesn't give advice - but good for gathering data.

http://dccheck.com/ is good to check the datacenter ranking differences between google sites.

http://www.googlerankings.com/index.php is good to do a site / keyword comparison - deals with allinurl's , etc.

answered Feb 27 '10 at 15:47
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Jim Galley
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Not free (but has a free trial): InboxSEO.com

answered Dec 16 '10 at 09:58
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User6000
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I think that idpagerank.com would have a potential of worth to be the best SEO rank checker.

answered May 26 '12 at 11:47
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Ino Putro
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Microsoft's free SEO toolkit is really useful, you can use it against non-iis sites as well.

answered Dec 31 '09 at 06:33
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Sam Saffron
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Google Toolbar shows you Google's page rank

answered Dec 31 '09 at 06:49
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Jeff
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I used to use WebCEO who i believe still offer a free version of the software. For comprehensiveness i would recommend them, but nowadays i'd prefer to use a SAAS (hosted) solution such as SEOmoz.

WebCEO also offer a free SEO University to help make sure you understand all of the basics.

answered Apr 3 '10 at 22:23
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Matt O
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You can get the Alexa toolbar (http://www.alexa.com/toolbar) for your browser. That will give you instant information about the traffic rank and evolution.

You can use also take a look at the Grader tools that HubSpot makes available for free (http://grader.com/). You have a Web Grader, a Blog Grader. These give you a good report on how your rate in SEO terms.

Hope this helps
Michel

answered Feb 27 '10 at 05:03
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Mike
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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. CuteRank review seo tool.

answered Feb 19 '11 at 00:58
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Devid G
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Free: Aaron Wall's Rank Checker Paid: SEO Moz

answered Jun 3 '11 at 00:51
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Paul
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Most of these are amateurish rank trackers. I would recommend RavenTools (monthly) or the fantastic Market Samurai (desktop). You can try 100s-1,000s of keywords instead of 1-10 at a time.

answered Jun 3 '11 at 02:23
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Chris Kluis
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Use web ceo it's free for your first couple sites and tracking about 20 keywords. It will track your search engine ranking across the major browsers and keywords. Plus it charts it over time. Good product.

answered Dec 16 '10 at 14:04
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Ryan Doom
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