How to check the positioning of a site on Google from the command line
The calculation of the ranking of a site on Google is for an expert SEO ‘operation of fundamental importance in their activities for the optimization of websites. Think of manually calculating and verifying placement on search engines is quite difficult and laborious, which is why literally depopulated networking tools that promise to pay to automate these calculations: sin, but often do not offer sufficient guarantees that many times and stop work maybe because Google has changed slightly in the operation of its interface.
In this article we will see how using a simple shell script running on both Linux and Windows (via cygwin), it is possible to obtain an accurate system for calculating the placement of a particular site on Google based on specific keywords.
The author of the script in question is Mike Golvach ,Â has created an accurate tool for calculating the ranking in Google can do a search on the keywords and return as result the position of the site specified in input. In the following you can see some examples of use on Windows:
Download the script grank.sh
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