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Determine Keyword Ranking

An oldie but goodie: Digitalpoint keyword tracker can be used to check search engines (currently supporting Google, Yahoo and Bing) for search engine ranking and track those ranking historically, which is critical when tracking keyword status while doing search engine optimization for your website(s).

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Originally posted 2013-08-05 00:23:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. thanks for the information.

  2. Been using this for years but the quality of it has gotten worse

  3. digital point is not as good as rank checker

  4. Now that Google hides keywords that are used to get to your site, how do you measure what keywords are important?

  5. how valid is this in 2014?

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