(PRWEB) December 07, 2011
The Search Monitor, a leading provider of real-time market intelligence tools, launched LiveSERP, a new tool for SEM and SEO marketers to quickly pull live search results from the viewpoint of any computing device e.g. mobile or pc, language, search engine, or location anywhere in the world. LiveSERP is a free toolbar plugin developed for the purpose of viewing live search results pages effortlessly.
Some of the many challenges faced by search marketers include the inability to view geo-targeted search results the way they actually appear to an in-market searcher, to pull large volumes of search results quickly to save time, and to make visual comparisons across engines, locations, or devices. LiveSERP addresses these challenges with the following key features:
- Multiple Engines. LiveSERP provides search results from Google, Yahoo, Bing, Baidu, YouTube, Google Places, and Bing Local.
- Save Searches. Marketers can save frequently needed searches in order to run repetitive researches very quickly.
- Run Multiple Searches Simultaneously. Multiple searches can be generated at the same time. Result pages are displayed side-by-side for quick comparisons, and easy screen-grabs for presentations to team members and clients.
- Clean Live Screen-Grabs. Unlike search engine ad preview tools which present only average views of the market with the word ‘preview’ across the page, LiveSERP presents actual live search results with a clean unobstructed background.
LiveSERP currently works with internet explorer and firefox. Visit http://www.thesearchmonitor.com/liveserp to get more information.
About The Search Monitor
The Search Monitor provides real-time market intelligence to monitor brand and trademark use, affiliate marketers for compliance, and competitive advertisers on paid search, organic search, social media, mobile, and shopping engines worldwide. Interactive agencies, search marketers, and affiliate marketers use The Search Monitor to gather and analyze competitive information more effectively. To learn more please visit http://www.thesearchmonitor.com.