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Looking at your results can be the most rewarding and motivational aspect of Internet Marketing, especially when you’re trying to get your site to rank 1 for it’s main search term. Tracking keywords manually is hard though, especially when it’s not in the top 100. This video will explain three different methods which I personally use to track my keywords. And if we be real here for a second, anyone serious about Search Engine Optimization and Internet Marketing should already be tracking the rankings of their keywords. There are numerous trackers out their all with a difference in quality and I’ve outlined the three I use below.
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