A bunch of you have been asking me what software program I use to track and graph my SEO rankings ever since I published my SEO Case Study: Month 5 Results post.
In short, the software I am using is called Rank Tracker, and I highly recommend it. It costs $99.75 USD for a full professional license which may sound like a bit much to some people, but if you do any type of SEO work then you’re going to love this piece of software.
I purchased Rank Tracker a couple months ago because I was tired of wasting my time manually searching for all my keywords on each search engine, and because I couldn’t find a half-decent free online tool or program that could track and graph my rankings over time.
Below is a 23-minute screencast review I made last night so you can see exactly what it does
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I’m not sure if the trial version has a cut-off period, but you will certainly lack many of the vital features that the full version has, such as being able to actually save your rankings and track them over time.
Anyhow, I absolutely love Rank Tracker and highly recommend it to keep track of your SEO rankings.