Poof! Gone! Any suggestions for other sites where I can check my rankings?
I found something that said it was a Chrome extension...so if you're using Chrome that may be the reason...I think that's odd since scroogle is supposed to give users internet privacy but Chrome is a Google property so its seems like an oxymoron..
Scroogle has been removed from the internet by its owner - I just wrote the reasons why and alternatives here <link snipped>
I also managed to see the Wizz before the link was snipped. Thanks for mentioning it.
I was never able to use Scroogle. The first time I checked there, I got a "Forbidden" message, and the same thing happened every time since.
So, after reading your Wizz, Lissie, I went to the PW site. Am I missing something? It looks like you enter an URL there for browsing. But I didn't see anything that would act as a search engine with keywords. So, how does it help someone like me to know how a Hub shows up in SERPs?
I am really sorry to see them closed, and hope it is not forever. They've complained for months about Google treating them badly. Wonder if it was a Google employee sent the denial of service attacks?
Great Wizz by the way, Lissie! (is that what they are called?)
I used to love the computer game Wizzball. Wish someone would bring a version out for PCs. - sorry OT.
Theres a good tool called top 1000 serp checker which lets you check any countries Google rankings
Oh, Lissie, thank you for the explanation! Sorry that I didn't see this last night. I will absolutely try this out.
by atotsm 5 years ago
Can you suggest a Chrome extension that is helpfull for a hubber?
by my-success-guru 8 years ago
Who is the top earner? I heard of one lady earning around $1800 per month. Do you think you can eventually double or triple this?
by lrohner 7 years ago
W.A.Leon posted this in another thread: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/ … -from.htmlBasically, Google just launched a Chrome extension that allows each user to block certain websites from appearing in their search results. Supposedly Google is going to monitor the results and use the...
by Will Apse 4 years ago
'To the best of Matt’s (Cutts) knowledge, there are currently no signals in the ranking algorithms that put any weight on how many Facebook likes or Twitter followers a specific page has.'http://www.searchenginejournal.com/matt … lly/87277/Drive traffic okay. Forget organic search rankings.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 10 years ago
I don't get it my profile page used to have a PR of 2 or so - because of the backlinks from hubpages (other hubs, hot hub pages, tag pages etc) now I have zero and I have lost all the backlinks http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=n … e%2FLissie Why would that happen?
by Writer Fox 3 years ago
I know that HP often recommends using Chrome to better display the HP website.This tops today's headlines:"Google is listening to you, Israeli tech-blogger reveals""Internet giant takes heat after secretly installing software capable of picking up conversation from a computer via...
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