There are various scenarios when multiple websites or URLs need to be tracked within the same rank tracking project, to compare their performance:

  • Your website next to its most important competitors (one of the most typical setups)
  • Multiple URLs tracked, all from the same website
  • Variations of a single website or subdomains targeting different locations

and more.

With AWR, you can track up to 50 websites or URLs per project, and measure their performance side by side, through one of the dedicated SEO reports:

  • My Sites [new] – compare ranking performance of all webpages, for one keyword at a time
  • Comparison Websites – compare the websites’ positions in SERP across the entire keyword list or by keyword group
  • Visibility Websites – compare visibility and other aggregated SERP performance metrics for tracked websites
  • Visibility SERP Features – compare how tracked websites perform in terms of SERP features.

In this article, I’ll walk you through the My Sites report, that brings together metrics from four different arenas to broaden your website performance monitoring and analysis.

Here’s what you’ll find inside.

Keyword performance

First off, the essential metrics for comparing your websites’ ranking performance for the targeted keyword: Position, Page and Best Position.

Screenshot with the AWR My Sites report that shows where each of your tracked websites is ranking, through metrics like Position, Best Position and Page.

SERP Features tracking

Add up the SERP Features ranking column to see who from your tracked websites is listed as special features in the selected SERP.

Screenshot with the specific column in the AWR My Sites report that shows the SERP Features for which your tracked websites are ranking for.

Top Keywords

Correlate with each website’s top performing keyword and get a better understanding of their potential in SERPs.

Screenshot with the AWR My Sites report that shows for each tracked website, the Top Keyword and its Search Volume.

Website prominence in SERP

And gain context for your analysis, by including the websites’ global SERP performance for the keyword set that you are tracking: the number of keywords for which websites are ranking and estimated organic visits driven from these keywords.

Screenshot with the AWR My Sites report that shows, the number of keywords for which each website is found ranking and the number of visits estimated to be driven from these keywords.

Give it a try!

Once you give the My Sites report a go, please let me know how it works for you. Would love to hear your feedback on this.

To explore this report with your own ranking data, be sure to log into your AWR account or start a free 30 days AWR trial, if you’re new to AWR.

  1. Thanks for the article. I will have try out the free trial for myself. As a business competing for SERP rankings, the 50 site comparison will be a great start to help any company spy on the competition.

  2. Will this Tool work properly with the Web Page kept as SaaS Service (e.g. on-line store service)? Our current provider gives us very limited access to data, so we would love implementing something more convenient.

    1. Thanks for your comment, Robert.

      Advanced Web Ranking is a cloud-based rank tracking service, so it’s Saas. To check if AWR would be a better provider for you, please reach out to our support team (help at advancedwebranking dot com). They’ll give you all the info you need.

  3. Seems like I’ll have to try this new tool to see if it works up to my standards, as I have been struggling in finding the tool that can give me all the info I need. I hope it works like a charm.

  4. Thanks for posting such relevant information and the free trial with 50 site comparison seems amazing. Will definitely try the free version to improve. Great work keep it up.

  5. Hi Dana,

    Glad to know an amazing tool to track websites and URLs per project and measure their performance side by side.

    I find AWR more interesting because we can check out the multiple websites or URLs that need to be tracked within the same rank tracking project, to compare their performance.

    My site Reports made me clear of what is AWR.

    And most surprisingly, there is a free trial for 30 days. I would try the free version first.

    Jeangam Kahmei

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