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  1. #1
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    Setting Up Keyword Tracker

    Hello,
    I am trying to setup keyword tracker, also I am looking for some of the best tools for tracking and backlink trackers. So, if you have an idea about it or you know some of the best tracker software's then please let me know. Thanks in advance.

  2. #2
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    Keyword Tracker software

    Hello,
    There is a software called Tiny Keyword Tracker (TKY) and I think you should try this software, this is a good software for tracking keywords. This tool is designed to check positions of search words and search terms with common search engines - primarily Google, but more search engines will come soon. This tool is used to check the positions of the words and searching with popular search engines - Google in the first place, but more search engines will be available shortly.

  3. #3
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    Re: Setting Up Keyword Tracker

    Hello,
    If you have some programming language , then you can try the following code. It is a script and you should be using this on linux based operating system.
    Code:
    if __name__ == '__main__':
       import os
       import sys
         print '\t# cp %s %s/.nautilus/python-extensions' % \
                   (__file__,os.pt.expanduser('~'))
    
       sys.exit(1)
    
    class TrackerTagsPage(nautilus.PropertyPageProvider):
    
       def __init__(slf):
          bs = dbus.SessionBus()
          ob = bs.get_object('org.example.Tracker',
                               '/org/example/Tracker')
          slf.tracker = dbus.Interface(ob, 'org.example.Tracker')
    
          bkw = bs.get_object('org.example.Tracker',
                                  '/org/example/Tracker/Keywords')
          slf.keywords = dbus.Interface(bkw, 'org.example.Tracker.Keywords')
    
       def _on_toggle(slf, cell, pt, files):
          on = not slf.store.get_value(slf.store.get_iter(pt), 0)
          slf.store.set_value(slf.store.get_iter(pt), 0, on)
          tg = slf.store.get_value(slf.store.get_iter(pt), 1)
          if on: func = slf.keywords.Add
          else:  func = slf.keywords.Remove
          for f in files:
             func('Files', f, [tg])
    
       def _on_add_tag(slf, button):
          slf.store.append([False, ''])

  4. #4
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    Re: Setting Up Keyword Tracker

    Hello,
    I want to create a software web based, it Will Basically monitor your keyword search result placement year for infinite number of keyword / URL combos. Also it stores the historical data for you and Will generate charts on the fly in realtime. Such tool Itself Has Become pretty popular, with a few "thousand" people using it daily already. And I would "give the URL you. If you have any more knowledge to share with me then please post back.

  5. #5
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    Re: Setting Up Keyword Tracker

    Hello,
    See, if the following script helps you
    Code:
     hbx = gtk.hbx()
          hbx.set_border_width(6)
          nbv = gtk.Button(stock='gtk-add')
          nbv.get_child().get_child().get_children()[1].props.label = '_Add Tag'
          nbv.connect('clicked', self._on_add_tag)
          hbx.pack_end(nbv, False, False)
          main.pack_start(hbx, False, False)
          
          main.show_all()
    
          return nautilus.PropertyPage("NautilusPython::tags", property_label, main),

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