Just put my new site live last Saturday and I have found it has completely different search rankings when I’m in two different locations (very similar distance apart).
I get position 3 for ‘Sound Plaza’ for google.co.uk at home and nonexistent search result on google.co.uk at work. The domain for the site is www.soundplaza.co.uk
From reading this old post it seems that Google uses your Google log in information, but also uses your browser history, cookies and cache to create the right search results. - http://www.warriorforum.com/main-internet-marketing-discussion-forum/147383-google-rank-two-different-computers.html
They recommend CCleaner to get 'neutral' search results however I would prefer to have my internet history, cookies etc. Also it would be a pain to consistently do this.
Does anyone know if there is a way of browsing the internet with completely neutral search results?
If not, does anyone know any reliable free software which can check your search engine ranking? So far I have tried the following quite helpful.