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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by mk24, Nov 29, 2008.

  1. #1
    I've tried using several SERP tools, and they all can't seem to find my keyword. But when i do a manual search in Google, i find it on the first page. Does this happen to anyone else? I know digitalpoint.com has a SERP tool, but for some reason i cant perform a search, it returns an error about my google API key...
    SEMrush
     
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  2. mk24

    mk24 Banned

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    I have an additional question, I recently posted an article on the topic XXXX (sorry, thats my niche!!). and I am trying to target this keyword XXXX.
    If i do a search on google (site:.com) for 'search XXXX', my article is on the first page (search results with keyword in quotes: 26,000). If i do a search for just 'XXXX' , i can't seem to find my site in the first 40 pages (thats why i wanted to use a tool, as discussed above). search results for 'XXXX' in quotes (650, 000; site:.com). I was wondering, since the page was obviously indexed, because it comes up for 'search XXXX', is it really a long shot for me to try and get it up to page one for just 'XXXX' ? since it is not even in the top 40 page results right now...
     
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  3. Aaron111

    Aaron111 Well-Known Member

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    here =s the ultimate tool for key word generation ;)
     
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    i'm not looking for this type of tool. i'm looking for a SERP checking tool.
     
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  5. tukarinfobispak

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    #5
    you can come on web diagnostic for that puspose.
    you'll find 2 tools ref to your requirement.

    1. Not just SERP but all important parameters as well:
    2. SERP on several countries:
    Hope this help n you find what you want
     
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  6. mk24

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    Hey. Thanks for the tool! but i am having a similar problem... it shows my site as listed as #15 under this tool, and when i click the associated link, it appears as reulst 15, but when i go to google.com and do a search, it comes up as #3!! (#1 if i add site:.com ). so still abit confused... thanks though, great tool .
     
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    jitendraag Notable Member

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    I use rank checker firefox plugin from seobook and some people also recommend free monitor (downloadable exe). You may want to use those, don't forget to choose google.com, google.co.uk (or other locations when you are trying to find your SERP).
     
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    With me digitelpoint keyword tool is working fine, may be API problem chekc it and if not try to get it from someold gmail account. Bcz in account i dont find it
     
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    magda Notable Member

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    If you're logged into google when you're searching - g mail, webmaster tools...anything google - then when you search yourself it's showing you personalised results.
     
    magda, Nov 30, 2008 IP
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    wptheme Well-Known Member

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    You can test out SERP Checker
    If you find the different in result most probably because of different Geo IP. Are you in the US?
     
    wptheme, Nov 30, 2008 IP
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  12. pbruessow@msn.com

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    I believe Magna's answer is probably the correct one. Check the tools at this thread to see your actual SERP: http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=1124810
     
    pbruessow@msn.com, Nov 30, 2008 IP
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    tukarinfobispak thats broken link?? :(
     
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  14. tukarinfobispak

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    which one?

    sorry i was wrong to give you link on the web diagnostic.
    i wrote dignostic while the right one is diagnostic.
    other links are alright.

    Thanks for check it and inform here.
     
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    http://www.serprank.com/.
    check out this tool it is find rank upto 500 position in google, yahoo, msn. i am using this tool it may be help to you.
     
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    yes, google search results may different by how you searched
    SERPs for google.com/search?q=keyword&num=10
    The results are different than [ num > 10 ]
    eg: SERPs for google.com/search?q=keyword&num=20
    you may try num=50 or num=100
    That may the reason SERP web tools have some different than when you search G default setting (num=10)
     
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    #17
    Did you use the correct tools?
    There's a lot of tools here http://www.webtoolkeeper.com
     
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    Google search is somewhat location specific?
     
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