looking for local SEO rank trackers

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Does anyone use a tool that accurately tracks local/GMB listings for keywords/rankings? Hoping to choose the best solution
#local #rank #seo #trackers
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  • Profile picture of the author toydistrict
    To track local keywords (not GMB) I use ranktrackr.
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  • Profile picture of the author amitydigital
    I use SEM Rush to track my local rankings. With the paid account you can create multiple projects for each website and have one focused on national rankings, one on local, etc... You can dial it in to whatever service area you are looking for. However, that it just organic rankings, it won't track GMB. Have you looked at Bright Local? They have a service but I haven't tried it yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeandevenish
    Semrush is the only one I see you can separate your audiences by country.
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  • Profile picture of the author webpad
    I use SEMrush. You can setup a 'Position Tracking' and have SEMrush send you reports when your rankings change.

    Awesome tool.

    Matt
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  • There are many tools available to do that, SERPBook is one such tool that can help you do that task.
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  • Hi,

    For local SEO rank checking, I use:
    1. Zoom Rank
    2. Rank Watch
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  • Profile picture of the author harryking1
    you can use ranktracker
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  • Profile picture of the author nitts11
    SEO Tools That Track Local Google Rankings:
    1. BrightLocal
    2. Whitespark
    3. GeoRanker
    4. SerpSuite.com
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  • Profile picture of the author senupal
    There are so many tools that you can use anything for doing SEO for your site.Ahrefs and Semrush are good for SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author robertmeyer
    There are a lot of tools in the market. But I like the MSM aka Micrositemasters, it can help you to track keywords according to your specific area, you can set the city+zip code and track the keywords/pages. Also, I look at the Google Search Console to check out the average rankings of the keywords.

    Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author simplio
    Semrush is the best tool for tracking SEO work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Outreach Xpert
    For tracking the Local ranking these are four tools which are mostly used:
    Rank Tracker. ...
    UpCity. ...
    GeoRanker. ...
    AuthorityLabs. ...
    SerpSuite.
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  • Profile picture of the author Naman1234
    I use Ahrefs. It stands out from the herd of other similar services by the largest base of Live links, huge Index and the best Speed of index updates.

    The essential features of Aherfs are:

    . Generate millions of keywords ideas
    . Search for newly discovered keywords every month
    . Check for traffic estimations for all pages ranking in top 10
    . See for ranking history for any keywords
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  • Profile picture of the author lerxtjr
    Do any of these draw their serps reports from live google search data? Or is it all from companies taking periodic snapshots of Google's database and then updating it every month or whatever? I remember when Google killed its API so that real time reports could not be run but that was a number of years ago now. Has there been any change or any software that has some kind of deal with Google to link in real time?
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  • Profile picture of the author seoexpertinindia
    Semrush is the best tool which provides the local listing. You can use that.
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  • Profile picture of the author KylieSweet
    We must see the actual search rankings of our local listings so manual tracking in search results according to region would be the most accurate compare to other free and paid tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Paul
    No doubt, SEMrush is the best tool to track the local rankings. It provides a great feature for projects & ranking. You can see all the information about the website. Like, all the position tracking records & country-wise target audience.
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  • I am using website rank checker tool from a long time. this tool is very useful for my business. and i will suggest you to try.

    1. firstly you can search in google this words (w3era keyword finder tool) click first link and try it.
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