Cary, NC, May 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Triangle Direct, an Internet marketing and SEO company based in North Carolina, has launched a new website, RankHound.com, a comprehensive automated search engine keyword rank tracking tool. RankHound.com was specifically designed to measure primary search engine optimization keywords of top-ranked web pages and user defined, or custom URLs.
RankHound.com (http://www.rankhound.com) helps users develop and reinforce a winning keyword strategy. The tool can track multiple keywords and phrases to measure user’s own sites as well as their direct competitors fare against their preferred keywords. Based on the account, weekly and/or monthly scheduled analyses are available.
“Many of our clients want to quickly and easily check website rankings as well as track the performance of their keywords, and find out immediately if something has changed within their positioning,” said Jason Dowdell, of Triangle Direct. “Rankhound supplies this information by automatically tracking and reporting our client’s search engine rankings for the keywords most important to their business.”
Major search engines like Google and Bing provide a results page for a keyword query based on a certain scoring system. The higher the score is for a particular web page, the higher the ranking. The key to search engine success is to measure the similar attributes, and rank them in a manner that the search engines provide. This is one of the primary goals behind the creation of RankHound.com.
“After running extensive tests across thousands of keywords, and working with several beta testers, RankHound.com is ready to be released to the public,” Dowdell said. “Users may customize and enter projects for their unique keywords within their industry to keep a leg up on their competitors.”
RankHound.com is owned and operated by Triangle Direct. The company’s SEO, blogging and social media services have been assisting organic optimization professionals and managers in developing and maintaining winning keyword strategies since 2006.
For more information about the RankHound.com, and the future of automated search engine rank tracking, visit http://www.RankHound.com. Visitors can either register for a free account to take a closer look, or sign up for a basic, Pro or Enterprise account.