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Is there any way to find out which search queries make my website appear on the front page of Google and other search engines, other than manually searching myself or checking analytics reports? Is there like...a web service where I can input my URL and have it give me a list of queries?

asked Dec 14 '10 at 10:08

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There are some ways to track your search requests, as you stated the best way is to just search for keywords. I do SEO and social marketing and if you can provide me with your URL (either edit the question and add URL OR you can reply to this I would gladly help you out. I need to know more information to be able to assist you the best. Mainly URL, if you have keywords you are targeting, if you are looking to rank locally or broader. Google just changed the way local searches are displayed and it goes in favor of local websites and businesses. You can email me mrallenresha(at)gmail(dot)com or Skype me at ceo.thewildjoker. Hope I can help you out!

answered Dec 14 '10 at 11:48

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Allen Resha

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