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Our web site gets Google search traffic all the time - but very rarely from the search phrases that we would expect. For example, we are ranked very highly on the phrase "free smtp server" - which is kind of odd, considering our web site is focused on web hosting.
In any event, I'm wondering if there is a tool that you can plugin in a domain name (or URL) and then get a list of keywords that you are listed for.
Surely, there must be a better way than looking in referer logs...
Thanks - Brian
[edited by: WebGuerrilla at 9:05 pm (utc) on July 15, 2002]
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There are various tools here
the keyword density analyzer will give you relative keyphrase weight on a given page or the sim spider will show you what the SE's see when they read your page.
I imagine that your url will be snipped soon enough, we try to deal with subjects from a general point of view here without posting specific url's. You may want to read the TOS [webmasterworld.com].
url's can always be placed in your profile for reference if needed.