sHow do i find all KWs site is ranking for????

by tear11
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I have a city niche sites and I want to find out all Keywords my site rnks for? Any tools that you just plugin url and list ranking for site for each KW I may not have even known about?

#find #kws #ranking #show #site
  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    no, that's not possible, or logical! You are ranking for an infinite number of possible keywords at any time, some of them have never been searched before and never will be searched! So that makes no sense The thing you CAN do is look in Webmaster Tools to see which searched keywords your site has ranked for, up to several hundred positions, I think. That can be quite useful - it's the only way, too. Only Google has that info, by definition...

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  • Profile picture of the author charless

    you can utilize software such as market samurai or micro niche finder to find out what kind of "example" keywords your site is ranking for.

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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    If a keyword isn't searched for, then who cares if you rank for it as that SERP will never display.

    To find out what keywords you rank for that mean anything, Google Analytics will show that, and I have used Statcounter to tell me what keywords visitors have found my site with and often I am surprised at some of them. You can get a lot of good information from something like Statcounter. And the free version is enough for many users, but the cost to upgrade to more data is minimal so I think it is a good program to have.

    The link isn't an affiliate link.

    Tim Pears

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  • Profile picture of the author kdavis26
    Check Google Webmaster Tools, you can see all the keywords that you are being pulled up for and getting looks. Once you have that you can track all of those terms. Keep in mind, these may not be keywords that are good for your site, or that you should target, but just those that you are showing up for when people are searching for your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author razorico
    You can try semrush. Type in the domain and it gives a list of your keywords, and see the competition at the same time also. I usually find good words from it, on which I was not even thinking. Excellent lists for export are obtained.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveSam
    I don't think that there is a tool to satisfy your requirement, But, I always use Google External Tool and Google Analytics to judge on the keywords to which I have to target to get top on Google, I had got success with that kind of approach too.
    Steve Sam,
    Software Testing - Australia
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