Universal web application for scanning and logging positions in search engines using CRON. The acquired data are saved into a storage and may be processed into graphs or tables, which lay the foundations of SEO specialist’s job.
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Position-checker

This application is under license GNU GPL version 3 Author: Jan Vaclavik First release date: 17.5.2012

Universal web application for scanning positions in search engines.

Docs in Czech

Position checker was my bachelor thesis in Czech Technical University, Faculty of Information Technology: https://dip.felk.cvut.cz/browse/pdfcache/vaclaja7_2012bach.pdf

###Abstract This bachelor thesis deals with the issues of search engines optimization and the methods of evaluating success rate of the optimization. The focus is put on automated evaluation of results by means of registering positions in search engines. The automatization is based on daily detection of positions in search engines for specific websites and keywords using searching web pages and processing search results. The acquired data are saved into a storage and may be processed into graphs or tables, which lay the foundations of SEO specialist’s job.

Installing application

  1. install LAMP/WAMP/MAMP… (apache, php, mysql)

  2. install Symfony 2 framework (http://symfony.com)

  3. starting apache and mysql by rc scripts: apache2 start mysql start

  4. copy position-checker to your htdocs dir (/srv/www/htdocs).

  5. create database and structure (with basic data) mysql -uroot < db/basic-structure.sql You can use phpMyAdmin as alternative way.

  6. configure web application in: /srv/www/htdocs/position-checker/app/config/parameters.ini

Check data in your database and mailer configuration: database_host = 127.0.0.1 database_port = 3306 database_name = position_checker database_user = mysql database_password = ... mailer_transport = smtp mailer_host = localhost mailer_user = jmeno@example.com mailer_password = ...

  1. run application http://localhost/position-checker/web/

URL for CRON

http://localhost/position-checker/web/cron/scan - automatically check for all positions http://localhost/position-checker/web/cron/newsletter - automatically send newsletter