How to monitor search results ranking?
November 20, 2005 4:03 PM   Subscribe

Does anyone know of a free piece of software (or internet site) that can monitor a web site's ranking in various search engines using various keywords?

Ideally, I like to find a free option. I've come across several in my initial searches, but they all cost money, and I have no idea if they're worth it. Has anyone used something like this?
posted by mattwatson to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
 
Google, Yahoo and MSN here.

You need a google API key.
posted by signal at 4:10 PM on November 20, 2005


signal: that's definiately a really cool site (and ultra-fast response by you!), and it'll serve my needs if I can't find anything else.

I was hoping to find something that could also save my searches, and perhaps update the results on demand. I should have articulated that better in my question, but that's what I meant by "monitor".
posted by mattwatson at 4:33 PM on November 20, 2005


signal -- I spoke much too soon! Your recommendation does offer tracking! Thanks for the help.
posted by mattwatson at 4:36 PM on November 20, 2005


No prob. I use the site all the time, myself, which is why I was so quick on the draw.
posted by signal at 6:59 PM on November 20, 2005


Google, Yahoo, and MSN here as well.
posted by masymas at 12:34 PM on November 22, 2005


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