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Track Any Page Changes with Diphur

I have reviewed some ways to track any page for changes (listing some web-based tools, FireFox addons as well as Google Chrome extension). This can have various application for different SEO-related tasks like SERPs tracking, reputation monitoring, keyword research, etc.

Today I am sharing another alternative tool you may want to try.

Diphur is a new fun service that lets you bookmark and page to track its changes. It has a few really unique features outlined below.

The first thing to do is to register an account which took me a few seconds.

The new-bookmark screen allows you to set the following options and parameters:

  • The URL of the page;
  • The page title (to easily identify it in the list of your bookmarklets);
  • Private/Public settings (if you want your bookmark to be publicly visible or not);
  • The checking and update frequency (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly);
  • The change percentage – gotta love it! – to be able to be notified of all or only substantial changes;
  • The keywords to track;
  • The exact-match keywords;
  • The update notification delivery time:

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Track Recent SERPs Changes with Diphur

One of the first things I did when trying the tool was obviously using it for 24-hour-old Google search results – this is like Google Alerts that work! While I am already using a few other tools for that, this one seems a better fit because it allows to set how substantial the change should be to be included in the update – this makes it easier to track ONLY real changes (when it comes to tracking SERPs, this turns priceless).

So I have set up a bookmarklet for the following page (tracking only 10%-change):

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Here’s how the daily update looks like (It really contains new results!):

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2. Track Any On-Page Keyword

My further test was rather out of curiosity. Unlike the above one, I haven’t really started using the tool for keyword tracking – I just noticed the option and decided to give it a try.

Honestly enough, I haven’t thought hard of the example. I just set up a bookmark to track Sphinn home page for the term “SEO”.

The email update highlights the word you are tracking – which seems really useful (and I am going to add this option to my SERPs tracker to see my business name always highlighted):

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Via the tool settings you can also:

  • Set the vacation mode (to stop notifications while still tracking);
  • Change the subject line of your email notification;
  • Change your time zone:

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All in all, I found it a very useful tool and I am going to stick to it. Let me know what you think!

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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.
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  1. Nice post, i was looking for something like that…..if we have to track some changes for any clients or any sites for on page from seo point of view, its good tool

  2. Nice post, i was looking for something like that…..if we have to track some changes for any clients or any sites for on page from seo point of view, its good tool