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Monitor Your Local Search Engine Positions with Local Search Rank Tracker

Local Search Rank Checker is a nice web-based tool that lets you check and track your local search engine positions efficiently. Here’s a quick overview of its features (you can run your own test drive and share your opinion: this doesn’t require any registration or payment)

Track Your Local Rankings

The tool is very easy to use. To start, you don’t even have to login: just provide the following details for a test drive:

  • Your search terms (you can provide maximum of 25 local phrases for one free / basic report);
  • Your domain name;
  • Your country (US or UK)
  • Your company details (optional);
  • The search engines you want the tool to crawl:

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View the Report

The resulting report contains the following details:

  • Your current position in each search engine;
  • Your last position;
  • The type of the result (organic, directory listing, local – e.g. Google Places)

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Here’s a quick infographic that gives an even more detailed explanation of what you get in your report:

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You can export the report as a CSV and/or PDF file.

You can also report incorrect results in your find any.

A few more essential details you need to know when using the tool:

  • It digs through the top 50 search results within all search engines and local search engines;
  • Apart from the specified search engines, it also crawls local directories to spot the business mentions there.

Save the Report

As a user you can test it out for free 5 times before being prompted to register for a package and 30 day Free trial. An account allows you to save your reports. So you get a more complete experience when logged in.

You can also schedule a weekly or monthly ranking report and specify five email addresses to have the report emailed to.

Don’t Miss the Contest!

There’s a fun competition held on BrightLocal. The winner will get lifetime’s FREE access to the Local Search Rank Checker tool for themselves and for their favorite local business.

Please take part in the contest here.

 Monitor Your Local Search Engine Positions with Local Search Rank Tracker
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project, MyBlogGuest.com.
 Monitor Your Local Search Engine Positions with Local Search Rank Tracker

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12 thoughts on “Monitor Your Local Search Engine Positions with Local Search Rank Tracker

  1. I’ve been a BETA tester for this tool for quite awhile and it works great. I’ve been BETA testing others too and this is by far the best. HUGE time saver.

    Kudos to BrightLocal!

  2. From Google:

    “Don’t use unauthorized computer programs to submit pages, check rankings, etc.
    Such programs consume computing resources and violate our Terms of Service.
    Google does not recommend the use of products such as WebPosition Gold™ that send automatic or programmatic queries to Google.”

    Whether this program complies or not, I don’t know.

    I recommend spending an hour to set up your own manual rank checking process, keeping track using spreadsheets.

    It’s really not that hard and you don’t have to share your keyword info w/ other “marketing/consulting agencies (e.g., BrightLocal).

  3. look at the image i have attached, in this search result above the url of the website there are some extra random links “website Builder- creating Free Websites-Website Builder-Step By Step”

    Can anyone tell me how these extra links are coming? how this can be done?

  4. Hello just wanted to update that you actually have to register now to use this web app with a trial basis.

  5. Looks like a great tool, and I have run a trial on it, not too sure about purchasing it. Someone above said it is “against Google’s quality guidelines” If you use it only to monitor your rankings and keep track, and not do submissions – is that still forbidden by google?