Where does your website rank in the search engines?

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When you're trying to promote your website on the search engines, position is everything. The goal in search engine optimization is to get your pages to show up in Google and the other search engines as high up in the results as possible. After all, when somebody searches for "widgets" or "gadgets", if you're selling widgets and gadgets, you want to make sure that your site comes up at the top of those search results. Spending a lot to time Googling yourself, though, probably isn't the best use of your time. Maybe you need a tool that can take care of that for you.

You may want to check out Exactfactor, an online service that helps you stay on top of your search engine ranking. It's easy to enter your website URL, and even the site of a competitor, type in some keywords, and choose one, two, or three search engines to check out. Press the button, and you'll know in quick order just where you stand.

Along with running these queries, you can have this tool keep an eye on things for you over time. Sign up to get alerts when your site is up (or down) in the rankings, or even when you reach the coveted Page 1 position on Google.

Exactfactor is a free service, and should be compatible with most modern web browsers. You can run queries without even signing up, but if you want to receive alerts for status changes, you'll need to sign up for a free membership.

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One Response to “Where does your website rank in the search engines?”

  1. Randy says:

    Very nice tool. I like it the most accurate I had ever seen. Thanks.