1) Create a folder on the desktop (PC)
2) Go to the default Chrome installation location, I'm running Windows7 my default installation location is at:
4) Paste this file path into the Target text box (right click the browser icon & click Properties to get the popup box (screenshot below)):
|C:\Users\your_user_name\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.ex e -incognito -o "http://www.whatever_domain_you_want.com"|
6) Test the new Incognito browser shortcut, it should load your custom URL into Chrome Incognito. If everything works fine, close the Incognito browser, then go back to the Incognito shortcut in the folder you made in step #1, right click & copy/paste a 2nd Incognito shortcut, change the web URL in the Properties > Target (text box) to the 2nd URL (http://www.whatever_domain_you_want.com).
7) Rename each of the Incognito internet shortcuts the same as your target keyword that your checking in Google Chrome Incognito web search. Then set your Windows7 folder options as Details, this way it's all organized & all you have to do is click the Incognito internet shortcut, check your keyword position, close the Incognito browser & repeat with the 2nd internet Incognito shortcut, repeat...
Once it's setup you can manually check keywords just as fast as you can click the Incognito icons in your folder on the the desktop.
I don't think I missed any steps, an example of the path that goes in the Properties > Target (text box) is attached at the bottom of this OP, don't leave out any blank spaces, all you need to change in the attached example is your_user_name to your own PC user name.