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Have you ever wondered how to find your Google ranking? If you're not on Google page one or two, finding your site can seem like a long process if you're clicking through the search results page by page. Here are 5 easier ways to find your Google ranking. 1) Google Webmaster Tools The fastest and easiest method is to set up a free Google Webmaster tools account. Once your account is set up, log into Google and click Webmaster Tools from the Google Dashboard. In the left menu, click on "Your Site On the Web." The "Search Queries" link will show you a long, long list of keywords that people are actually finding you for, along with your current Google ranking. The "Keywords" link will give you some insight into how Google interprets your content. 2) Google Advanced Search Go to Google and click the advanced search link beside the search button. Set the preferences to show 100 results instead of 10. Type your keyword into the very first line and click the advanced search button. When the results page loads, press Control + F on your keypad to launch the browser search, and search for your domain name. If you're not in the first 100 results, click to the next page and query the next 100. While this can be a bit tedious if you're searching many keywords, it's a great way to double check the results of using automated tools. 3) Automated Query Websites Websites like keywordenvy.com and googleposition.com allow you to type in your domain and a keyword, and watch your Google rankings appear in your browser window. These tools are great for a quick online check if you're just watching progress on a few keywords. Once you find your Google rankings for a particular keyword, you may want to verify the ranking using Google Advanced Search. 4) Desktop Apps There are many desktop applications that will query search engines from a software interface. Few are free and most of the good ones are not inexpensive and used primarily by search engine optimizers. If you're only watching a few keywords or not too many sites, you may find SERPs Finder (just Google it) to be a handy little tool. You'll like the price. It's free. Again, I'd suggest double checking using advanced search. 5) SEO Software Search engine optimization programs such as Internet Business Promoter (IBP) will query search engines for you and show you your rankings. The good news is that you can get a free version. The bad news is that free versions are generally limited and only show you the first few pages of results. So, if you don't have high rankings, you'll need the paid version ($99+ for most SEO


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