Different SERPs, can someone explain?

I have 1 month old niche blog and its keyword-domain has 250K search volume local and 200K global… This is actually an experiment and I’m testing my ability to make it on first page of Google, if possible 1st or 2nd spot.

I am not doing anything significant yet, some postings on my competitors’ backlinks…

Here is the situation… The blog is 3 weeks old now…

  1. It’s on the 1st spot of google in my local search (ph)

  2. It’s on 8th position in google.com

  3. I tried to check it’s serp using 4 different online tools and all gave me the same result, number 8 on first page.

  4. However, I tried searching my site through verizon.net’s google search and I can’t find anywhere… not even the domain between quotes… Same with conduit.com.

Does this websites filter anything? My blog is hosted in US…

Any idea?

Thanks

PS: I believe I can outrank nextag and wallmart on first and second spots after a month or 2 when I start my backlink camnpaign…

It is really that important to show up filtered from some 3rd party search partners ? It’s enough you see your blog where it is.

Yes it is…

It’s enough you see your blog where it is.

But every user sees slightly different search results based on their location, search history, etc… So just logging in to Google and seeing your own SERPs is pretty useless.

I totally agree with this… There are probably hundreds of thousands of customized google search and it’s really an advantage if our site can be seen in the search results of these websites…

your blog will show better rankings in the US, as google has a better algorithm for geo locations

Did you even read the original post?

  1. It’s on the 1st spot of google in my local search (ph)
  2. It’s on 8th position in google.com

It’s pretty difficult to think that it’s going to show higher in the US than it is in his local search (number 1).