Msg#: 3194931 posted 7:29 pm on Dec 20, 2006 (gmt 0)
Say I want to do a search for "widgets" and I want to find what page my site comes up on. Is there any way to find this without going through a dozen pages of search results? Please let me know, thanks.
Msg#: 3194931 posted 5:50 pm on Dec 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
Never found one. The best I have managed is changing my profile to display more results per page and doing a straight search. It would help if results were numbered.
If your content has disappeared it is also worth switching safe search off. I have found one of my sites flagged as adult as the place name it referred to had the letters s, e and x beside each other in it. G fixed that PDQ after a rather intemperently worded complaint on my part.
Msg#: 3194931 posted 7:26 pm on Dec 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
If you just do a search for free seo tools, you should be able to find something that meets your needs. A lot of SEOs more adept than I am have been pretty generous in making available tools for finding such information. I realize that they're all trying to get backlinks that way, but I still very much appreciate it.
Msg#: 3194931 posted 9:25 pm on Dec 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
You may configure google in the advanced searches in such a way that it displays 100 results per page. Since google doesn't show more than the first 990 results anyways, this reduces your effort to a maximum of 10 clicks. You may additionally use the site-search function of your browser in order to find your site on those much longer result-pages.
Sometimes I found that ranking differs a bit with the 100 results-option, but it helps a lot to get any idea where your site may be located. However: Isn't it quite depressing to do research on areas where you are NOT on the first page? Don't spend too much time with that...