Topic: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

would be great if you could add the following feature to the search engine rank graph:

something like a flag/mark that inidcates if the position of a keyword is ADDED (green "+") or (NOT CHANGED (grey "-").

especially would make sense if you add some keywords to a existing project...at the moment you can't tell in the search enginge rank graph if the keyword is new in the project or if the keyword is in the search-depth-range for the first time (but in the project already for some time).

maybe you could mark newly added keywords with a * (star) or a green + (plus) in the search engine rank graph?

what do you think?

Posted 5 years ago

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

Hello,

I don't really understand what you want us to do. I mean, the chart shows graphs, not symbols.
I suggest you use the following workaround.

You can use color coding. When a keyword is added into a project, assign it a color that you will only assign for new keywords. When the keyword gets ranked, you will see a dot of that color appearing on your graph, so you know then that the keyword ranked. When you think that the keyword is no longer new, assign it another color.

Let  me know if this helps.

Best regards,
Cristi

Cristian Trohin
Advanced Web Ranking Support Team
http://www.advancedwebranking.com

Posted 5 years ago

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

hello christi,

thank your for your post.

I don't really understand what you want us to do. I mean, the chart shows graphs, not symbols.

and

When the keyword gets ranked, you will see a dot of that color appearing on your graph

could you ensure, that if a keyword is new in the project's defined range the dot gets maked in a special way automatically - e.g. you could use a green "+" for "new in the project's defined range" and a dot for every other data.

would this be possible? i think this would make the graphs much more meaningful.

what do you think?

Posted 5 years ago

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

Hello,

Do you mean a star on the charts?

Best regards,
Cristi

Cristian Trohin
Advanced Web Ranking Support Team
http://www.advancedwebranking.com

Posted 5 years ago

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

i just edited my last post. i would suggest a green "+" instead of the dot because we already are used to the green "+" in the other reports (e.g. overview).

Posted 5 years ago

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

yes, i meant in the charts.

just use a green "+" in charts when you use a green "+" in the overview report.

what do you think?

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

here is an example of a chart where you can not tell if the keyword is new in the project or if it is (e.g. due to SEO) new in the porject's search depth range:

http://www.m-plus-m.at/temp/screenshot-2009-12-15-001.png

    [li]the keyword was added to the project on november, 19th (vertical line)[/li]
    [li]on november, 19th i started an update - the keyword was not ranked in the top 500 search engine results[/li]
    [li]after that i started some serious SEO activities[/li]
    [li]i updated the project on november, 20th and november, 25th - the keyword still did not rank in the top 500[/li]
    [li]i updated the project on november, 29th again where the keyword ranked in the top 500 for the first time[/li]

i think something like this would make the chart much more usable:

http://www.m-plus-m.at/temp/screenshot-2009-12-15-002.png

what do you think?

Posted 5 years ago

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Re: mark newly added keywords in the search engine rank graph?

Our developers will analyze this and implement it for our future versions.

Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.

Best regards,

Robert

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Posted 5 years ago

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