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Find all keywords that rank in Google

10:40 pm on Aug 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I have an interesting question…
Do you guys know if it is possible to find all of my keyword ranks all at once in Google?
I want to know which keywords I am ranking for in Google.
For example, Is there a way to tell which keywords Google is ranking me for, and which ranks all at once?
I realize that I can guess at 1000’s of keywords, and plug them into a ranking software to check ranks, but
what I am asking is if it is possible to find all at once, without guesswork, all keywords for which Google is
currently ranking me? Do you know of some online tool for this?



10:57 pm on Aug 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

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As far as I know: no. Your logfiles should give you a pretty good idea, though. Almost any keyword you rank for at a reasonable position should give you at least one hit. If you're out for watching ranking-movements of your website, you'll be stuck with guessing your keywords, I'm afraid.
9:42 pm on Sept 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I have not heard of any - but why? You can not bid for position really, so the results of this snapshot will differ from one minute tot the next anyway.. The position data you see is the average position, not exact..
7:26 am on Sept 9, 2008 (gmt 0)

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All of the online "competitive intelligence tools" that have purported to have this information, either for organic rankings or for PPC rankings, have been way off with regard to any site I've monitored.

Only way I know is to do samplings of rankings over a spectrum of easy and difficult phrases and the like on different kinds of pages on your site... and to pay attention to traffic and referral stats.

There's no point, IMO, monitoring rankings of thousands of phrases.

12:51 pm on Sept 19, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I think you don't need all keywords; just the most important ones.

My tip: use Google Analytics to track the keywords that people use to find your site. Then analyze them: how many pages they see, how many time they stay, bounce rate... etc and then optimize your site to rank high for them.