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I need to work on improving my position for relevant search terms in google.co.uk.
I found this site : <snip> which produces a useful (if weird) diagram assuming your main interest is in US based search engines, but does not cover google.co.uk etc.
As for other similar sites, they tend to limit their search to the first few pages of google, and if my site was listed on one of those pages, I could have found it on my own.
Apart from not addressing UK search engines I found the above site excellent, once I had worked out the diagram was not a knitting pattern. Anyone know of any other online resource that might be better suited to UK webmasters?
[edited by: Brett_Tabke at 5:39 pm (utc) on Nov. 26, 2004]
[edit reason] no tools please [/edit]
What I do is click on the pages I want to check position for (so they're highlighted), then go to [google.com...] . That Google page only shows the links, not descriptions, so it's much easier to scroll down and find where the pages rank.
If anyone knows of another site that does the searches for you, I'd be interested to know about it as well.
Then 3 of you put up tools.
Is it that Brett simply hasn't visited again recently, to nuke 'em?
Or am I missing something.
Some tools are OK?
mrclark put up the real deal, which I thought couldn't be mentioned.
What is the downside of mentioning the tool? What's the problem? Who suffers any damage?
Is it just another arbitrary rule, which punishes everybody who wants to learn?
The stuff about useful urls being deleted - I am with you on that - how can we learn? For example I bought an excellent book on Search Engine Optimisation this weekend on Amazon and would recommend it to everyone. Am allowed to do that?