Keyword tool for seeing what you already rank for?

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Hi Guys,

Can anyone recommend a tool that will show me what keywords in Google my site is already ranking for?

I'm not interested in rank trackers that I have to manually choose the keywords.

Webmaster Tools does it... but I don't want to use WMT on a particular site.

I believe SEMRush does it... but are there any alternatives?

Thank a lot
#keyword #rank #tool
  • Profile picture of the author visimedia
    source hunter is one of the latest tool I know from alex becker n gregory ortiz. They're good at it I think
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  • Profile picture of the author J3thro M
    yeah Semrush does it and you can get on Fiverr of 15-30days access to semrush. Worth a try
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  • Profile picture of the author CutPasteProfits
    Not sure if I completely trust Becker, I constantly get spammed with his crap products repackaged over and over again. Visimedia can you explain more about source hunter?
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    • Profile picture of the author rajanant
      Hi Matt.Lake
      Additionally to semrush you can try spyfu or serpstat.
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    • Profile picture of the author irawr
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      Originally Posted by CutPasteProfits View Post

      Not sure if I completely trust Becker, I constantly get spammed with his crap products repackaged over and over again. Visimedia can you explain more about source hunter?
      Anybody selling SEO training is a scammer. As far as I can tell, SEO has not changed since 1996. The ways you accomplish getting links, has. Edit: oh and there's rules now about the links

      In 1996 (When I was into adult media) you built links. Back then there was no nofollow, you just built any kind of links you could. Quantity seemed like all that mattered. I remember the great advice at the time "Just link all your sh*t together." I got out of adult media and restarted in 2006, what do you know the business was still all about links. In 2007 when my 20k a month business got annihilated for anchor text over optimization, it was links. And guess what? Today, it's still all about links and I bet it will be until google goes out of business.

      Why anybody would need some insanely overpriced course, I have no idea.
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        Because it's hard to accept that it's as easy as getting backlinks... Or thinking on your own of ways to get them... Or that you can build 30 or 50 websites for yourself and link back to your money site... Or that you can contact website owners in related niches and says, Hey, I noticed you linked to x-type of info on page A of your site. The info you're linking to is outdated. Here's a link to an up-to-date article on the same topic.


        Originally Posted by irawr View Post

        Anybody selling SEO training is a scammer. As far as I can tell, SEO has not changed since 1996. The ways you accomplish getting links, has. Edit: oh and there's rules now about the links

        In 1996 (When I was into adult media) you built links. Back then there was no nofollow, you just built any kind of links you could. Quantity seemed like all that mattered. I remember the great advice at the time "Just link all your sh*t together." I got out of adult media and restarted in 2006, what do you know the business was still all about links. In 2007 when my 20k a month business got annihilated for anchor text over optimization, it was links. And guess what? Today, it's still all about links and I bet it will be until google goes out of business.

        Why anybody would need some insanely overpriced course, I have no idea.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by irawr View Post

        Anybody selling SEO training is a scammer. As far as I can tell, SEO has not changed since 1996. The ways you accomplish getting links, has. Edit: oh and there's rules now about the links

        In 1996 (When I was into adult media) you built links. Back then there was no nofollow, you just built any kind of links you could. Quantity seemed like all that mattered. I remember the great advice at the time "Just link all your sh*t together." I got out of adult media and restarted in 2006, what do you know the business was still all about links. In 2007 when my 20k a month business got annihilated for anchor text over optimization, it was links. And guess what? Today, it's still all about links and I bet it will be until google goes out of business.

        Why anybody would need some insanely overpriced course, I have no idea.

        SEO training will always have a place because there will always be people new to SEO.

        The problem isn't SEO training, the problem is hacks that are good at marketing or BSing their way into wallets.

        True SEO revolves around backlinks, no doubts there & easy enough to prove. Remove authority links from a ranked page & say hello page #87 in Google SERPs If you're lucky.

        There's specialty sub-niches in SEO that still have enough weight to take inbound links to the next level. There's also software/apps to help automate research that come & go, some are useful, some are useless hype.

        Like anything else folks should be looking for specific things related to learning SEO instead of magic bullets that never amount to anything.
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  • Profile picture of the author lastserviver
    BuzzSumo I believe can deal with this task.
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  • Profile picture of the author evilfighter
    Try out WordStream as it’s the best SEMRush alternative.
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  • Profile picture of the author metricbuzz88
    Did you checked with Google Webmaster Tools. Verify your website with GWT.
    In the search queries section, you can find the keywords your website is ranked for. Of course GWT provides approx values. but it sure helps to take a valuable decision based on the keywords clicks and impressions.
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  • Profile picture of the author sparrow
    It doesn't matter what you rank for, it only matters when you rank if it generates you traffic to your site

    that is all that matters once you rank

    I've ranked for some of the hardest keywords out there and the traffic never materialized as expected from the Google search counts it's bogus data

    I'm not the only person who has experienced this

    So what you really need to know is where are your visitors coming from if any

    Every hosting company has stat software and if you really need to know more get yourself a 3rd party tracker
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt.Lake
    Thanks everyone. I think I might just go with SEMrush.

    I see people selling accounts for it on Fiverr for 15 - 30 days and even unlimited accounts it seems.

    How does that work exactly?
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