Most of us know the Digitalpoint Keyword Tracker tool. It’s really amazing. I use it for 2 years now I think.
But recently I wanted to research if any other similar, free tool exists on the web. And I found one: The Sitening SERP Tracker.
It supports unlimited websites, has a better structure and internal information organization than the DP Keyword tracker AND you have an RSS feed to better monitor your information:
It supports Google, Yahoo and MSN searches, using your own APIs, which you can get for free at their respective websites (they give an extremly detailed, step-by-step guide on how to get your APIs):
It has a daily/weekly/monthly autocheck feature (DP keyword tracker has it, but only the people who donated a small sum can have it activated), a better graph system, and a lot of other options:
Give it a shot and tell me how helpful it was.
3 thoughts on “Sitening SERP Tracker”
Does the same limitations apply for this tool as DP’s? What I mean is: Can you track language specific keywords on a word by word basis, and will it track the keywords in the local variants of Google?
I have yet to see that kind of functionality, so I was forced to make a tool like that myself.
I would love to share it publicly, but can’t do it because it searches the actual serps, and not via the API.
1. I LOVE the SPAM protection: Spam protection: Sum of 5 + 7 ? – Just perfect. I was laughing and could not ad two single digit numbers! :)
2. Is there a tool that does not query API but real SERP results? The reason I am asking is that the API and SERP results differ for for up to a few spots up or down. Bjorn mentioned he has a tool like that made internaly, but that he can not share it since it queries real SERP. Would that mean that a SERP queriing tool would be ilegal really?
Job, the tool doesn’t use the API anymore. It’s getting the results using code similar to the EvialAPI (also written by Sitening). And it’s (scraping) not illegal, it just against their ToS. And if you think about it, Google is the ultimate scraper. They grab everyone else’s data, reorganize it in a useful manner, and then make tons of money off of it via advertising.
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