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Search Engine Ranking Tool

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Search Engine Ranking Tool
« on: September 27, 2010, 07:38:45 PM »
OK, so there's lots of tools out there that will track the ranking of your site against particular keywords.  However, I've never come across one that combines all the good features into one tool.

Ideally, I'd love a tool where you could enter in all your sites and keywords and it would run at regular intervals, eg: daily.

The reports would include information such as:

Position on search engines selected, eg: Google, Yahoo, Bing and change since the last run.

Number of backlinks and change since last run.

Possibly a cache to keep track of changes to the page.


For reports, it would be good to be able to select via date ranges, URLs/domains and keywords.

It would be also good to have an ability to compare against competitors sites.

For example, if you were targeting 'dog training' and you saw one of your competitors sites leap ahead of you, it would be great to be
able to get a quick idea why, eg: more backlinks, new posts, higher on page keyword density etc.

Now there may well be a tool that satisfies all those requirements, but I have come across one yet.



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Re: Search Engine Ranking Tool
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2010, 09:38:52 PM »
OK, so there's lots of tools out there that will track the ranking of your site against particular keywords.  However, I've never come across one that combines all the good features into one tool.

Ideally, I'd love a tool where you could enter in all your sites and keywords and it would run at regular intervals, eg: daily.

The reports would include information such as:

Position on search engines selected, eg: Google, Yahoo, Bing and change since the last run.

Number of backlinks and change since last run.

Possibly a cache to keep track of changes to the page.


For reports, it would be good to be able to select via date ranges, URLs/domains and keywords.

It would be also good to have an ability to compare against competitors sites.

For example, if you were targeting 'dog training' and you saw one of your competitors sites leap ahead of you, it would be great to be
able to get a quick idea why, eg: more backlinks, new posts, higher on page keyword density etc.

Now there may well be a tool that satisfies all those requirements, but I have come across one yet.



That sounds good  ;D