Keyword Position Checker







About Keyword Position Checker

What is a keyword position?

A keyword position is defined as the number of words in a piece of text that contain a particular keyword or keywords. It’s an important part of SEO and content marketing because it helps you determine which words are most relevant for your site, and therefore should be used more often.

The best way to get started with keyword research is by using free tools like Google AdWords Keyword Planner. There are also many paid alternatives available, but they tend to have some limitations. For example, only certain countries can use them, and they don’t always give you enough detail about how much competition each keyword has.


What is Keyword Rank Checker?

This tool allows you to check the average rank of any given keyword on Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other search engines. You can see if there are any changes over time, and what pages are ranking high up. This will help you understand where people are looking for information related to your business.

How do I use Keyword Rank Checker to analyze my own website?

You can use this tool to check your own website. Simply enter the URL of your page, and then click “Check Now”. If you want to compare multiple URLs, simply add them one after another.


How does Keyword Rank Checker work?

When we first launched this tool, we wanted to make sure that it was easy to use. That meant making sure that it worked well on mobile devices as well as desktop computers. We also wanted to ensure that it had all the features that you might need when analyzing your website.

One of these features is the ability to export data into Microsoft Excel so that you can easily sort and filter through it. Another feature is the ability to quickly find out which keywords are working and which ones aren't, based on their performance in terms of traffic, rankings, etc.


How does the keyword position tool do the magic?

We decided to build our keyword position tool around the idea of matching keywords against a list of keywords. The process works like this:

First, we look at the top 10 results from Google (or whichever engine you choose), and count how many times each keyword appears.

Next, we take those numbers and divide them by the total amount of words in the entire document.

Finally, we round off the result to 2 decimal places. These are known as "keyword positions".


Why do I care about keyword positions?

If you have a large volume of content on your website, then you might not know whether some of the keywords you're using are really effective. One way to figure this out is to use a tool like Keyword Rank Checker.

It's important to consider keyword density when writing content. Too many keywords can hurt your rankings because they dilute the meaning of your post. But too few can lead to low-quality posts.

To avoid this problem, try to keep your keyword density between 3% and 5%.


How can I increase my website's keyword position?

There are two ways you can improve your keyword position:

1) Find new relevant keywords.

2) Use more powerful keywords.

Let's start with number 1.

The easiest way to come up with new keywords is by doing keyword research. But even though this is an essential part of SEO, most people never do it properly. Instead, they just go ahead and pick keywords out of thin air.

That's why we've created a step-by-step guide on how to perform keyword research effectively. It will teach you everything you need to know about finding potential keywords.

Now let's talk about number 2.

Using more powerful keywords means using long-tail keywords instead of short-tail keywords. Short-tail keywords tend to be very competitive, while long-tail keywords usually don't have much competition.

This means that you'll get better results if you use longer keywords. However, using long-tail keywords isn't always the best option. Sometimes you should stick to shorter keywords.

For example, if you sell shoes online, you'd probably want to use keywords such as'shoes' or'sneakers'. If you're selling clothes, you could use keywords like'shirts', 'jeans', 'pants', etc.

But what happens if you have multiple products? How would you decide which keywords to use for each product?

You could simply mix and match keywords, but that won't necessarily work. You might end up ranking poorly for one of your products. To solve this problem, you can use negative keywords.

Negative keywords are keywords that you don't want to appear anywhere in your content. For example, if you sell sneakers online, you could add keywords like'shoes','sneaker','shoe', etc. Then, you wouldn't rank for these terms.

In addition to negative keywords, there's also something called "phrase match" keywords. Phrase match keywords allow you to target specific phrases within your content. They're great for targeting exact matches, but they're less useful than negative keywords when it comes to broad matches.


How Does Google Rank Checker Work?

Google Rank Checker is a free tool from Searchmetrics that allows you to check the positions of all your keywords in Google search results. The main advantage of this tool is its simplicity.

With Google Rank Checker, you only have to enter your domain name and click Start. Within seconds, you'll see a list of your top 10 keywords. These keywords represent the highest traffic sources for your site.

If you wish to find other keywords, just type them into the text box at the bottom of the page.