How can I find Where I am in Google Results?

How can I find where my site appears in google results for certain keywords?

There are some programs you can use, such as WebCEO.

I use a free extension for firefox, google for “rank checker” you will see it as the first result.

If you sign out of Google to turn off your personalization, you could just do a search for your keywords and see where you come up. (:

If your website is not in the front pages by searching your keywords, it is hard to find where yours is.

Google Webmaster Tool is good tool to check your keywords ranking.

as simple as typing your site or targeted kw on google…

In the Google search text box, multi-read a few pages, if not found, show that you have not yet included, waiting included

This may actually not so easy to accomplish by searching in a regular way, unless you turn off customization/personalization. Even if you sign out of your Google account, the results you see may be different from what other see. Here’s what Google started doing in December 2009:

Previously, we only offered Personalized Search for signed-in users, and only when they had Web History enabled on their Google Accounts. What we’re doing today is expanding Personalized Search so that we can provide it to signed-out users as well. This addition enables us to customize search results for you based upon 180 days of search activity linked to an anonymous cookie in your browser. It’s completely separate from your Google Account and Web History (which are only available to signed-in users). You’ll know when we customize results because a “View customizations” link will appear on the top right of the search results page. Clicking the link will let you see how we’ve customized your results and also let you turn off this type of customization.
Source: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/personalized-search-for-everyone.html

Another thing worth mentioning is that using Google.com, Google.ca, Google.co.uk, etc is likely to give you different results too, but you probably already knew that.

Nice - I somehow missed that notice. I guess I’ll just fire up a browser that I never use when I need unbiased search results.

I search my rankings in google manually. This is time consuming but at least I know the result is accurate because the result came from google.

I’m going to second Rank Checker as the best free tool for that sort of thing that I’m aware of. I just used it to run a check for your rankings for the keyword phrases that I found in your keyword meta tag (that I’m assuming you’re targeting) and you don’t rank for any of them on the top 4 search engines…

I use WebCEO but will be checking out the Rank Check mentioned.

sometimes you can just turn off any personalization and then just do google searches on various keywords. Seems like a manual and time consuming way but it works and results are real-time.