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Awesome new firefox extension by Aaron wall at SEObook for checking organic rankings across search engines.
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from Eavesy 2428 Days ago #
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Great tool, Aaron is there anyway you can add uk.msn.com and uk.yahoo.com to the tool? I could give my clients ranking reports then. Some of them have asked for these, I usually tell them to get bent and say what would you rather me be doing working on your rankings, or checking on them? This tool could make it easy though.

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from DarkMatter 2428 Days ago #
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@Eavesycheck out "advanced web ranking" software. It let’s you check rank across tons of search engines, including the UK versions. It’s cheap too.

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from robertgarcia 2428 Days ago #
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Aaron always makes really cool tools, but this one didn’t work for me.  Wasn’t even close in actual SERP positions.  Before you ask, yes, I check across a hole bunchload of dataservers, and from different locations (I’ve got a server in Dallas and another one in LA).  So it’s funny that it didn’t pan out, yet.

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from seobook 2428 Days ago #
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>Aaron always makes really cool tools, but this one didn’t work for me.  Wasn’t even close in actual SERP positions.  Before you ask, yes, I check across a hole bunchload of dataservers, and from different locations (I’ve got a server in Dallas and another one in LA).  So it’s funny that it didn’t pan out, yet. It clusters 100 results per page to minimize scraping on Google. That clustering can cause a shift in ranking compared to only seeing 10 results per SERP.

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from seobook 2428 Days ago #
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Also worth noting that search personalization settings can alter your rankings.

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from DarkMatter 2428 Days ago #
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I know everybody’s all hyped up in the fight against spam, but does that mean I can’t recommend software to someone? I’m guessing that’s why I’ve got -2

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from jameskm03 2428 Days ago #
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Wow, this looks like a really nice and easy to use tool!  Thanks Aaron!

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from seobook 2428 Days ago #
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@DarkMatterI think people who do not already know each other web presume things to be spam if they seem commercial in nature. I voted for you so now you are back up to even. :)

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from webdorf 2428 Days ago #
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Useful SEO tool! Thanks, Aaron!

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from gunjanpandya 2428 Days ago #
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Useful Tool,Thanx Dave for Sharing

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from robertgarcia 2427 Days ago #
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@seobook - Aaron, sorry if I seemed like I was trashing the tool.  I’ve got all your other ones, and this one now too.  However, I did check for the effects of personalized search, compared searches based from different geographic locations.  But, I’m still a dummy so my exercize doesn’t count.  However, I’m wondering - "It clusters 100 results per page to minimize scraping on Google. That clustering can cause a shift in ranking compared to only seeing 10 results per SERP."Wouldn’t that skew the results effectively enough to not give you an accurate reading?

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from seobook 2427 Days ago #
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I am thinking of adding an option for grabbing 10 results per page too. 100 will show different results for many queries, but still get a good general idea of about where you are.

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from kevinheisler 2427 Days ago #
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this cool tool rules ... from who else, Aaron

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