When you add any keyword will do a unique search for this keyword. No matter what you add, even if it's a duplicate keyword, we're going to do a unique search for each keyword added in.

So let's say you have two categories. You decide to add the same keyword into two different categories. You may see one reporting at #8, and the other one might be reporting at #9. This is because we do a unique search for both keywords and we don't cache the data, so we may get two different results.

Depending on the Google Data Center we get connected to, you may see a slight discrepancy. This is completely normal from our experiences and it can be seen as good because it will give you a wider range of results of where your site may be ranking for different people. In our experience, in a few days it should stabilize. Once it stabilizes, this should give you a more granular set of results.

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