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How do I check my ranking in Google i.e. What tool do you use for SERP tracking?

by    SEO Services   Monday, May 7th, 2018
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I’ll tell you how I track my rankings on Google.

LINKS:

SERP Lab: https://www.serplab.co.uk/

KGR Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JRT6WXHqOM&list=PLTRfQ_cd-edGvhVw2_WHU2MYI7FTIeXhK

Increase your rankings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdkwODe7CEg

So, you’ve set up your site, you’ve published some content, and you’re asking yourself: How do I track my rankings on Google?

Let’s talk about that today.

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When I first started my affiliate marketing career, and I didn’t know much about how I could track my rankings.

And many of the tools that I could use were pretty expensive. Like $20/month for 25 keywords. Just didn’t really seem worth it to me.

I would just go to Google and search for my website manually. this takes some time and a lot of work to search through Google to find my site.

But, if you’re using the Keyword Golden Ratio, it would take forever to look for them manually.

I use SERP lab to track keywords now, and I love it.

The cool thing with them, you can track up to 100 or more keywords for free.

Pretty awesome!

And for $5/month you can track up to 300 keywords. Even better!

You can also sign up for emails and they will send you reports so they can track your progress.

Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the channel, and see you in my next video!

Here are 16+ more examples of Amazon Affiliate Sites (with 15,000 keywords): http://nichesiteproject.com/amazon-affiliate-sites-examples/
The Niche Site Process: http://nichesiteproject.com/amazon-affiliate-sites-niche-site-process/
About Niche Site Project: http://nichesiteproject.com/about/


DOUG CUNNINGTON, PMP writes about SEO, productivity, project management, and niche sites. His work has been featured all over the web, including Ahrefs, Empire Flippers, Niche Pursuits, Side Hustle Nation and more.

I am an internet marketer and a Project Management Professional (PMP, certified in 2008 by the Project Management Institute).

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