Msg#: 21224 posted 3:21 am on Jan 16, 2004 (gmt 0)
I'm interested in seeing "how far down the rabbit hole" some of my keywords are, and short of clicking and readong down to page 1,500 or whatever is there a query that shows you what page you are listed in or an easy way to find out?
Msg#: 21224 posted 9:02 am on Jan 18, 2004 (gmt 0)
Be aware that "&num=100" does not give identical results to the standard search. Not sure why.
One reason is that Google's results pages collect together results from the same website that would appear on the same page, and present a single indented result.
When there are 100 results on a single page, this clustering algorithm groups together sites whose pages would be on *different* "ten-to-a-page" pages, making the results look quite different further down the 100.
Msg#: 21224 posted 11:00 am on Feb 11, 2004 (gmt 0)
Just yesterday I received a newsletter that promoted a free monitor for Google tool that does just what you ask. This is from Cleverstat but I am not sure whether or not Google will like it so I am afraid to use it (Ok I did try it - just once - honest ;o)