SERP position in


I want to search the SERP position of my website keywords in The problem is that when I type it redirects me to So how to find the position of the keywords in Any tool or any other way to find out?
Suggestion would be appreciated...


asked Mar 31 '11 at 13:53
Integrated S
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If you want to see how your keywords appear in the US version of, you can sign out of google, clear cookies / disk cache / whatever and enter this URL: I keep a separate "clean" profile in firefox where cookies and whatnot have never been enabled and I use it only to check rankings.

answered Apr 1 '11 at 00:29
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I'd advise against using a software to check your ranking.

It uses your IP address, and two cases can happen :

  • The software will query google at a normal rate and your IP will get banned by Google. That's the worst case scenario because it's your office IP address.
  • The software will query google at a slowed rate, if you're tracking dozens of keywords it'll take consequent amount of time and the result will be biaised : your IP address is geolocalised and has an history.
  • Sometimes you'll get CAPTCHA that require human intervention.

I suggest using a SaaS tool, like, as it'll use its own IP pool and doesn't take your computer's data, but theirs.

Hope this helps,

answered Jul 18 '12 at 20:35
Michael Koza
11 points


There is no site Google owns it and redirect visitors to main site

answered Mar 31 '11 at 15:46
2,288 points


Use software to check rankings... To be able to select which Google datacenter you are checking you need to use a tool like AWR (AdvancedWebRanking).

This will let you enter a list of keywords you want to track, the search engines you want to monitor and specifically which datacenters you want to query (e.g. Google US). Furthermore it saves your results so you can trend the data over time.

Note: use of this sort of software is against Google's Terms of Use.

Subnote: everybody does it.

answered Apr 20 '11 at 19:23
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Agree with edralphs comment - software / SaaS is the best way to do this.
Another alternative - seomoz's tools. Less chance of getting your ip banned with local tools - allows you to monitor multiple competitor sites over time, and provides good feedback on what changes you should consider.

Not cheap, but good.

answered Jul 19 '12 at 01:48
Jim Galley
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