Bing Keyword Rank Checker – Check Keyword Positions (FREE)

In my post, I show you a Bing rank checker you can use to check keyword ranking positions on Bing searches.

The Bing rank checker is called Bing Webmaster tools and is available to all website owners. Sign up for a free account and verify ownership of your blog. Once verified, Bing collects keyword ranking data.

In my guide, I show you how to access keyword ranking data for your website, step by step.

Let us start.

Step One – Sign Up For A Free Bing Webmaster Tools Account

First, you need to open a free account at Bing Webmaster Tools.

On the homepage, select Get Started. Then sign up for a free account.

Bing Webmaster Tools Sign Up

Next, add your site to your dashboard. You have to verify ownership of your site. Once verified, Bing collects data for your site.


If your site is new, you probably will not have much traffic. I recommend you leave Bing to gather data for your site for at least three to six months to get valuable keyword ranking data for your blog.

Step Two – Sign In to Your Bing Webmaster Tools Account

Once you have an account and want to view keyword ranking data, go to Bing Webmaster Tools, and sign in.

Sign in

Step Three – Open The Search Performance Report

From your account dashboard, select Search Performance from the menu.

Search performance

The top graph gives an overview of your website. The default setting is three months. You can change this by clicking on the menu on the right.


This site is one that I stopped working on two years ago but is still getting views. Over the last three months, the site had four clicks and 144 impressions.

To view ranking keywords, scroll down to the next section.

Step Four – Check Keyword Ranking Data

You can list the data by keywords or pages. The default setting is keywords.

Ranking Keywords

The keyword tab shows you keywords generating impressions and clicks for your site on Bing search.

It can be challenging to rank for high-volume keywords when starting due to competition from other sites in your niche. 

Without domain authority, it can take a while to rank for specific keywords.

An excellent solution is to use the low-hanging fruit technique. This method helps build your topic authority using low competition keywords.

We love this post by FATJOE. It’s an excellent guide on finding low competition keywords in 6 steps.

There is a data column for impressions, clicks, CTR, and average position. You can change this by clicking on any data column.

Keyword ranking data

The more impressions and clicks you have, the more accurate the ranking position.

I have 54 impressions for the keyword Phi Ta Khon. Bing Webmaster Tools tells me I rank in position 5.78.

Another keyword generating impressions for this site is Phi Ta Khon Festival. This site ranks in position 6.33.

Ranking Pages

Select the’ Pages’ tab to view pages on your site that generate traffic.

Pages data

The pages tab shows me the Phitakhon festival post is generating the most impressions.

The average position data also tells me that all the posts listed rank high on Bing.

Step Five – Verify Ranking Position

To verify you are ranking for keywords, search on Bing. I recommend using a browser you don’t usually use. Don’t sign in to your account.

Using a different browser helps stop the browser from using your search history to influence the results.

Bing search

The first keyword is Phi Ta Khon. The first result is from Wikipedia.

Bing search

The performance report said this site ranks in position 5.78. The actual rank is in position 7.

Bing search

The second keyword is Phi Ta Khon Festival with a ranking position of 6.33. The actual rank position is 8.

Bing search

This website doesn’t get many impressions or clicks. But the data is accurate.

Step Six – Improve Search Position

Knowing what keywords generate impressions and clicks on Bing gives you invaluable data to improve your blog posts.

When you know what the searcher wants, you can change your blog title and content to make your content more appealing.

For example, the website above ranks for the search phrase Phitakhon festival. I could make my blog post title better. Something like The Phitakhon Festival – Everything You Need To Know Guide. Then create an excellent blog post that covers everything.

You must look at the keyword data from Google and Bing. Look for common phrases you are ranking for on both but are not covered well in your blog posts.

Make a list of these keywords and review your blog posts. Does your content contain these words? Can you expand on your blog content to improve it?

How do the articles in the search results format their content? Do they use images, videos, statistics, and infographics? Analyze your competition to find a way to make your content better.

How do they phrase their blog post titles? Do you see common phrases used in multiple titles? What type of content is ranking? Are the search results blog posts or Youtube videos?


Spyserp is a keyword rank-checking tool. It has a free option to monitor five keywords with a monthly limit.

I use the free option to monitor keyword ranking on Bing, Google desktop, and Google mobile.

Spyserp keyword tracker

I see the current ranking position and if the keyword has gone up or down from the previous check.

To get your free keyword ranking searches, head over to (*Paid link) and sign up for a free account.



Whatsmyserp is another keyword ranking check tool. It has a free option to check ten keywords with unlimited checks on Google.

Whatsmyserp keyword rank checker

Sign up for a free account at


Bing Webmaster gives you valuable data for your site, and it’s free. Sign up for an account, verify your website, and let Bing start collecting data.

You can find out what keywords drive traffic to your site and what blog posts are the most popular. Analyze the data. Do you need to change your title? Do you need to revise your content?

Blogging is competitive. It isn’t easy to rank on the first page. Use the data from Bing Webmaster and Google Search Console to identify keywords generating impressions and clicks.

If your site is new, it takes time to get traffic. For the first six months, concentrate on creating excellent content. It isn’t about quantity. It is about quality. Spend more time on getting your blog posts the best they can be.

Do you have any questions about my blog post? What tool do you use to check ranking keywords?

Please, leave your comment below. I check my website for questions every day.

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