Copyright 2005 Torgeir Sunnarvik
The first months my website was online,I was constantly checking the search engines to see if my site was listed under the keywords that I was targeting. And always with the same negative results.
The truth is that the keywords that you are targeting are often not showing your site the first months at all on the first 200 search listings. OK,if you try to get your site listed for hoooohjgaagga or something like that,it could get you a first place in no time. But who wants to target that keyword?
In fact, I get a lot more traffic from keywords that I haven't thought of using as a keyword in the first place. One tool that I have found online can easily show you the keywords that your site is ranking well for.
You can find it at:
Here you simply enter your domain name and hit the "Analyze Keyword" button. If you want to,you can change the different settings on this page before you hit the button. But I usually leave this at default.
Then on the next page you can see a detailed report on keywords that are found on your site. You can see their numbers and density. It shows the number of 2 Word Phrases and 3 Word Phrases.
Step 2 Create Position Report
Now to the cool part of this tool. When you hit this button, the tool will search Google for the keywords and keyword phrases that it have gathered from your site. After a few seconds it shows your position for each of them. So now you don't have to wonder if your site is listed in Google.
But as I said,the first months you shouldn't be worried if you don't find your site under any keyword at all. Google use a lot of time to index new websites. I have found that MSN are a lot faster to show my pages under the keyword that I want.
I hope you'll find this tool as useful as I have.
About the author:
Torgeir Sunnarvik, Norway
Torgeir Sunnarvik is the owner and webmaster of
His site offer free ebooks, ebooks with reprint rights and review of business ebooks.
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