What's the best tool for BULK serp checking

by hubfub
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  • Profile picture of the author carrotdogs
    I use Traffic Travis (free version) but I only check 30 phrases, I'm not sure how many you are allowed though. Worth checking out
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  • Profile picture of the author Madush
    Yes. Traffic Travis free version is more than enough for it.
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    • Profile picture of the author aygabtu
      Try the site in our signature. Registered users can now add 8 domains and 20 keywords for each. It only takes one push of a button and about 1 minute to check all the keywords in one of your domains, far faster than Traffic Travis and we use our own private proxies, so no lockout from google. We also do a little on-page SEO check and have over 50 google regions to choose from.

      This weekend we added day-to-day rank movement tracking. We aren't graphing it yet, but will in the coming days.

      Free for everyone, but if you like it, please help our link building by sharing with others.

      Check top 300 Google SERP results free. WhatsMySERP.com tracks and graphs changes for multiple domains/keywords/regions. Also includes advanced keyword density tool.

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  • Profile picture of the author OmarNegron
    I like to use traffic travis ( I have the pro version). But the free version is pretty cool.

    Recently though, I have been using SerpFox. Check that out, it's pretty cool and updates your rankings and keywords automatically around 3 times per day.

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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    RankTracker from the SEO Powersuite and Advanced Web Ranking are the two best desktop applications, imo.
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  • Profile picture of the author hubfub
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnRaja
    For me rank tracker is the best tool for checking search engine rankings.. it gives you exact positions..
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  • Profile picture of the author Website Promotor
    Thanks for sharing!!
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  • Profile picture of the author steepan28
    im using serpfox this fast updates report
    super edu gov back links click here
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOtraveler
    I prefer webmeup. Love their charts. Rank tracker is ok, I used it some time before. But keep in mind that webmeup checks rankings automatically, and RT has scheduling or immediate check.
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  • Profile picture of the author imadvantage
    We use RankTracker from the SEO Powersuite, but I've also purchased a CAPTCHA pack to get around all the Google prompts for doing a large number of keyword checks. Market Samurai used to be awesome for this until they went cloud and started charging.
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  • Profile picture of the author kaytav
    Rank Tracker is really good. Also I have a addon in Firefox called Rank Checker. That is also good enough for checking rankings.
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  • Profile picture of the author warfornev
    As best as I can tell:

    SerpFox can get rankings down to 500,
    SEO-Powersuite can go down to 1,000,
    LongTailPro 500,
    AuthorityLabs only 100.

    Anyone know how deep AWR can go? ... It looks like only 100.

    For me, I want to see the full 1,000 deep, so I can keep track of them in the earlier stages, and watch the dancing up and down. The top 100 is only good for after most of the work is over.

    I can't decide, SerpFox would be 24$ per month for 200 words for 500 deep. And SEO Powersuite would be 250$ for the software and the first year, and I think it's 150$ per year for maintenance but unlimited words and domains and I could set it for 1,000 deep.

    SerpFox is a web service, so I don't have to sit and wait hours for results, but SeoPowersuite has some sort of proxy service in the manual. So it might not take hours and hours to run.

    I wonder if someone has experience with the SEO Powersuite Rank Tracker time to fetch. Say ... for 100 keywords. How long to run?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nicky Papers
    Why don't you give Microsite Masters a try? http://www.micrositemasters.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author ProSence
    traffic travis is the best one..

    three great FREE tools - www.sitebeak.com, www.GAtective.com and www.impersonal.me

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  • Profile picture of the author danielthomas
    You can use Rank Checker tool which is a Firefox addon provided by SEObook.com. It allows you to check position of keywords in three major search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrichard
    I use Traffic Travis for bulk SERP checking.
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  • Profile picture of the author ShivJaiswaL
    hello hubfub, you can use cuterank but it shows result upto 100 pages.
    traffic travis, good alternative but it is paid. I usually use http://serp-checker.ezmlm.org/ its free, fast and shows sharp results.

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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    For some reason I never had good results with rankchecker. For 3 weeks straight it was showing up blank boxes where numbers should be. Maybe I wasn't using it right but it seemed to happen out of nowhere and stop delivering ranks.

    Thats when I moved over to SERPFOX and got to say I love it. It gives me a visual representation of googles bipolar states. And thats important to me, especially when I'm not around to check things.
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  • Profile picture of the author georgefuller
    I'm using AuthorityLabs, closest thing to manual serp.. but this one is a paid tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author warfornev
    How many rankings deep can Traffic Travis check for ... 100? 500? 1000? And does TT have all the delay settings like AWR and SEOPS-RT?

    I can slow both of them way down and add the random delay, and Google won't ban me. They can both be set for 1000 results deep, too. Yeah, it takes a long time, but I start it up and let it run overnight.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinghard
    we used Advanced Web Ranking before but now we use market samurai
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  • Profile picture of the author ProSence
    I would also recommend traffic travis

    it has good popularity now.

    three great FREE tools - www.sitebeak.com, www.GAtective.com and www.impersonal.me

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