Is there a Google rank check site for specific countires?

by Beau 2 replies
Hi Warriors...
Do any of you know of a way to check where a specific search on google ranks in different parts of the world?

Eg - I'm in Australia and a particular search i put into Google ( Google ) comes up on page 1 but if I go to a site like Can't Bust Me! Make sure your web filter doesn't bust you! and use google this way ( just Google ) the same search in google comes up a few pages later.

Any thoughts... anyone?

:-) Beaumont
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  • Profile picture of the author jonparker83
    If you add "ncr" after the google country site you want to use, that should work.

    e.g.
    Code:
    http://www.google.co.uk/ncr
    NCR stands for "no country redirect"

    Hope that helps

    Cheers

    Jon
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  • Profile picture of the author dynamics
    Originally Posted by Beau View Post

    Hi Warriors...
    Do any of you know of a way to check where a specific search on google ranks in different parts of the world?

    Eg - I'm in Australia and a particular search i put into Google ( Google ) comes up on page 1 but if I go to a site like Can't Bust Me! Make sure your web filter doesn't bust you! and use google this way ( just Google ) the same search in google comes up a few pages later.

    Any thoughts... anyone?

    :-) Beaumont
    Hi,
    Google use GeoLocation (identifying where you are) when generating and displaying their results.

    If you want to see the google results that would be displayed if you were in the US (for example), you need to access google from that country (the US).

    I'm guessing you don't want to take a quick flight to the US to do this, so the alternative is to use a 'proxy'.

    A 'proxy' is just an intermediate server that sits between you and the website that you are visiting. It's not as complicated as it sounds so don't worry.

    What you are doing at the moment is connecting directly to google through your ISP.

    All you need to do is to connect from your ISP to a proxy server (in the US) that transparently connects you to google and you will see the results google would display for a US surfer.

    Setting up a web browser to use a proxy (when you want) is really easy and only takes a few seconds.

    If you can't be bothered setting up a proxy in your browser, I have a virtual proxy that you will let you access Google just like you were in the US.

    If you (or anyone else for that matter) is interested in using proxies, let me know and I'll be happy to elaborate.

    Cheers
    Brad
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