What Page of Search Am I On?
Is it your question too? and Do you want to know what page of search are you on? Then please read this SEO article
All webmaster are interesting to know where is their site for a related keywords on Google search result.The most webmasters also need to know the competitor’s site for same keywords to optimize their website’s SEO rank.
This is an important tools for internet marketing. But this is the question that ” how Can I understand and get this important information?”
If you search Google with the keywords like “Keyword position checker “, ” Rank Tracker”, ” SERP checker”, “bulk keyword rank checker” You can find many websites which claims supply a free keyword rank checker, but they don’t work correctly.
What page of search are your site on? keyword rank checker. what is my website rank on Google? check your web page rank with your related keyword
There are many reason to answer this question.
We all know Google shows page rank in search results not domain rank and You may have a website with thousands of pages.
There many website to many languages which have thousands of pages must be ranked by Google.
Now the important thing in this way is that the results are not stable and will change frequently.
Then it seems having an online or offline tools for keywords position checker is not easy!
However he is THE GOOGLE, and he can do anything…
Google says ” Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. ”
You as a webmaster search your website rank in google pages daily and weekly. You also search website of competitors daily or weekly.
Middle and large size companies which have marketing department will search fast and fast to know website rank with a keywords.
Please note you must open 5-6 pages of Google to see your rank.
Now imagine how many webmaster and companies do search daily and weekly .
Then if Google supply a search tools for website place tools for a keywords it will lose minimum more than one million daily pageviews !
It seems manual search is the best way at this time!
Article by: Mehdi Mohamamdi Dehghani