It’s the most common question I get about keyword rank tracking. Some people are just curious to know if you have been tracking your keywords on Bing or Google and to see if they have changed. Others want to know if they have been tracking your keywords on Bing or Google and to see if you are tracking them for the last 10 days.
Google is a great place to search keywords and find out which keyword has a title on Google (or a title on Bing) and which keyword is a keyword related to you. That’s basically it. We’re on the search terms side and the Google search results are being searched for keywords that are related to you. We need to know if you have changed your title, and if not, we need to know if you have been tracking your keywords.
When searching on Bing or Google, you can use the keywords you are tracking with Baidu. That way we can see all of the keywords that are related to us, and then we can see if we are tracking them. We can then add them to our keyword rank list and see how many more keywords we have on this list.
It’s a bit of a trick because you have to be logged in to Baidu to actually see it. You can also check the ‘Advanced Search’ settings on your website and see if there is a ‘Track’ for keywords. If there is, then you’ll be able to see any keywords that have been tracked by Google and Bing.
I personally think it is a great idea. I am not averse to seeing all of the keywords related to me but I think it might be a good idea to set up a little bit of a tracking system that people can use to see if we are tracking all of them. In that way we can see what keywords are most relevant and when they might be popular too.
This can be a very good idea, but I think there are some things to consider before you implement this. First, the concept sounds very interesting, but I think the implementation is a bit difficult. I would imagine you would need an API/web crawler for this to work, and this would require a lot of effort. Also, this may not be a problem with large websites, but it could be a problem with medium-sized ones.
This is very easy to do, but it would require you to have a website that is crawled by a third-party service. If the website is a big one, then the data on it will be quite large. If you don’t even have a website, then you need to consider how much space/bandwidth you would need to host this data for. I would not recommend this for anything below a few hundred pages.
For an example of how not to do this, take a look at a site like baidu.com. That site is basically the encyclopedia of all languages. You can go into the site, type in a particular language, and get the entry for it. But the website is hosted by a Chinese company. Why? Because Chinese is one of the most popular languages. But there is no way for a third party to crawl that site and provide the data.
The fact that Chinese is the most popular language in the world means that Chinese is a very competitive market for these third parties, so they are very selective about which language data they provide. While most of the data provided by these third parties is of interest to Chinese people, the data they provide for English words and phrases is mostly of interest to everyone else.