CuteRank Review Free Search Engine Ranking Software

Today, I wanted to share and review CuteRank one of my favorite SEO software tools that I use every day to monitor my websites. CuteRank is a search engine ranking checker that is easy to use and affordable. When developing websites and working on their SEO, it is essential to be able to keep an eye on their keyword positions in the major search engines.

CuteRank checks over 300 search engines including all major search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, and even smaller ones like Ask and AOL. It also lets you choose country specific search engines like which can be helpful when building out a local site.

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You can monitor an unlimited number of domains and keywords. Each time the software runs you can compare rankings to previous dates and see the trends of your site in colorful charts and graphs. It also can automatically import keywords from sites and has a scheduling feature to automatically update as often as you want.

CuteRank also generates great looking reports that you can customize with your own logo and business information to give to clients. There is also a note feature so that you can keep track of changes you make to your sites and see how they impact your rankings.

The only downside is that it is a desktop software so you cannot access it from anywhere. But many other services like Authority Labs and Raven Tools charge over $50 a month for limited services. CuteRank is only $60 one time, for unlimited everything!

full screenYes, these are affiliate links, but I would not promote a product I did not use every day. If you are going to be building out sites and want the best deal on a raking tracking program CuteRank is the best I have found for the job.

Click here to Download the free version. It allows you to track one domain and its keywords for free to see if you like the tool. If you want to compare the two editions take a look at this chart.

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