__/ [John Bokma] on Sunday 18 December 2005 03:02 \__
> "nck" <nckman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I am working with and SEO consultant in providing quarterly ranking
>> reports to our clients. His feedback is that we will be banned if we
>> run Web Position Gold reports that often and that we should use our
>> website stats to verify our positioning. Any feedback on how often is
>> too much? Any suggestions on reporting software that may be more
>> acceptable to Google, Yahoo, MSN?
> On the latter: use the API.
> How many keywords are you going to check?
Also, how frequently? You could split the load by doing x queries a day
rather than x*365/4 queries every quarter. It gives a rougher report, but at
least you never knock on the servers, only query them regularly. Can any
price of software pace itself down?
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