I’ve been using
Seems to give good indication and works UK
There are plenty around but some are just google.com
Google Keyword rank checker…
The one above has given me a good result as I have cross checked it manually, I’ve used another one too but I don’t have link at the moment.
There is no shortage of sites that “claim” they can tell you what position you have for specific terms etc.
The problem is, these things may be against the Google Guidelines (and Googles Terms of Service).
Go though and look through the SERPs … and make notes as you go.
I strongly suggest some sort of spread sheet, listing the term, the position, the Google SERP URL, the site URL that returns … and the Date (And keep on adding some of that, so you build a trackable log over time).
you could do it manually of you could get a tool that does it for you like rank tracker or traffic travis
you can check by typing site:your url without www.
Use these advance searches:
Allinanchor – to find out which sites have keyword in their anchor text for each query Syntax : allinanchor:anchor keywords
Allintitle – to find out which sites have the highest relevance in the title for each query. Syntax : allintitle:your required title
Allintext – Find out which sites have the most relevant content/text on their pages.Syntax: allintext:keywords
Allinurl – Find out which sites have the most relevant naming conventions for each keyword. Syntax : allinurl:keyword
Site – Find out how many pages are indexed for each domain Syntax: site:yoursitename.com
Inbound Links – Find out how many sites link to the domains no syntax use yahoo site explorer
Outbound Links – Find out how many sites the domains link to. Syntax : linkfromdomain:yoursitename.com (use bing search for this)
Intext - Find out if The terms must appear in the text of the page. Syntax : intext:keywords
Intitle- Find out if the terms must appear in the title of the page. Syntax : intitle:keywords
Inurl - find out if the terms must appear in the URL of the page Syntax : inturl:keywords
Cache - It displays Google’s cached version of a web page. Syntax : cache:yoursitename.com
Info - Find info about a page.Syntax : info:yoursitename.com
Related- List web pages that are similar or related to the URL Syntax : related:yoursitename.com
Hope this helps
I sometimes use http://www.seoette.com/ but would suggest try searching manually. Go to Google advance search and set “Results per page” to 100 it will be easier.
Following these guidelines will help Google find, index, and rank your site. Even if you choose not to implement any of these suggestions, we strongly encourage you to pay very close attention to the “Quality Guidelines,” which outline some of the illicit practices that may lead to a site being removed entirely from the Google index or otherwise penalized. If a site has been penalized, it may no longer show up in results on Google.com or on any of Google’s partner sites.
When your site is ready:
1.Submit it to Google at http://www.google.com/addurl.html.
2.Submit a Sitemap using Google Webmaster Tools. Google uses your Sitemap to learn about the structure of your site and to increase our coverage of your webpages.
3.Make sure all the sites that should know about your pages are aware your site is online.