Note: This article also refers to the AWR Website Auditor, a feature that is no longer available in AWR Cloud. Knowing that reporting is a vital feature for your daily SEO work, we’ve spent the last few weeks focusing on this capability. We implemented an export function for the recently released Website Auditor in AWR … Continue reading "New Website Auditor export, Analytics behavior metrics, and much more"
Note: This article also refers to the AWR Website Auditor, a feature that is no longer available in AWR Cloud. Performing an seo audit of your website is important for many reasons: you can make an accurate evaluation of the health of your website, identify the specific areas that need to be improved, and design … Continue reading "How to Perform an SEO Audit for Your Website"
Note: This article also refers to the AWR Website Auditor, a feature that is no longer available in AWR Cloud. In the last couple of weeks, we started to think on new ways to peek at competitors’ activity in the SERPs and measure the benefits they might get in terms of organic search traffic. So … Continue reading "A new way to spy on competitor keywords performance, Top Sites export and more"
It’s been a few months since Google’s shift to secure searches, which resulted in almost no organic search data being provided to SEOs. Thanks to all your suggestions, we’ve been working continuously on alternatives to help capture keyword data from multiple sources, and combine them all into comprehensive reports. This new AWR Cloud release focuses … Continue reading "A new Keyword Groups report, Ranking Alerts, and lots more"
It can be difficult sometimes to show your clients the value they are getting from your service. Naturally, there is a gap between the SEO efforts you make, and how your client perceives these efforts. Watch the video below and learn how to present your SEO results in beautiful reports that your clients can easily … Continue reading "How To Prove Your Value To Your SEO Clients"
SEO professionals have been dealing with “not provided” for almost two years now, but Google’s new secure searches changed this hide and seek game dramatically. With “not provided” keywords reaching more than 95% for most websites, broad traffic metrics seem the only way to measure your progress in the search. But is this enough to … Continue reading "How to Get Google Organic Search Data in a “Not provided” World"
How did searchers find my website? What keywords did they use? And what made them click on my URL in the search results? Questions like these used to have an answer in the keyword data that came from analytics tools. But Google’s recent decision to introduce secure searches came with the loss of organic search … Continue reading "Understanding how searchers perceive your brand and content"
When working in Local SEO, you surely know how search engine positions differ from one city to another, even if you don’t append the city name to the keyword search. So, if you have colleagues working remotely, or clients based in other cities or countries, the only way you can provide them with accurate results … Continue reading "How to Get Local SEO Rankings"
The end of month is coming, and it’s that time again when you have to look into tons of reports about rankings, visits, conversions and revenue changes, trying to make some sense out of them. Was your SEO campaign successful? What worked and what didn’t? Take a quick look at the video below and see … Continue reading "How To Get An Overview Of Your SEO Progress In Just 2 Minutes"
Note: This article contains references to Advanced Web Ranking Desktop, a version that is no longer under active development. Google redesigned its SERPs recently, replacing in some cases the traditional Local listings with an interactive Carousel. This happens especially with local searches for hotels, dinning places, museums and other local businesses. The new layout is … Continue reading "How To Track Carousel Ranking Results"