Sunday, October 5, 2008

Search Engine Results Pages : Ranking

Have you ever wanted to know where your website displayed in any particular search engine. Ever wanted to know where your site displayed in sites like Google or Yahoo. Well this was exactly what I too felt to check where I ranked in the search engines. And yes, I also used to go through page by page to look where my page ranked.

This process is all manual and tedious too, don't you agree with me. Well today all by chance I was browsing through delicious and on top of all the results was one familiar site shoemoney. I had recently visited this site. But I was specially interested to this site this time because it offered a link that said "Shoemoney Serps Script". You may also be interested to check out their affiliate program too.

To my surprise, this was the exact page that I was looking for. Just go the this link. You can search where your website ranks in top search engines. Like for example, I did the following query.

As you can in the figure above, I search for the keywords "nepal, voices, issues" in the website "".

The results are also shown in the above figure.

Just amazing. I can't believe it. It was just too quick. I will be cross-checking for this results though. I hope you will also check it out. Do send me your feedback regarding this website.


nepalien said...

Didn't work when I tried it.

Vivek Jung said...

To have your site ranked well in any search engines you must first make sure that your website makes sense, that the content is your website is original, that the content in your website is updated daily, etc, etc,,
Keywords and meta tags etc are just quick fixes. Try to improve the content of your site and along with it your site will be ranked well in search engines.
Do not focus too much on meta tags because they are not read my all the spiders and crawlers.

Vivek Jung said...

I hope some of you may find this site useful

deepa said...

wow, you too have cool blog, plus lots of Ads......(kidding).

OneChickADay said...

Great find! (And I'm not just saying that because you left a comment on my blog, ha). I was wondering if there was such a tool when trying to find one of my sites in the SERPs for a major keyword in my niche.

Anonymous said...

You can also try – a free tool that provides a nice summary of the website performance.The estimation provided by estimix is the result of a complex analysis based on factors like: the age of the website, the demographic structure of the traffic, the countries where the website is popular and sources of the traffic.