We kicked off 2023 with quite a few Advanced Web Ranking updates to talk about, including the cannibalization filter, the Search Intent KPI, and more.
Let’s get right into it – use the sidebar on the right to jump to a particular update.
The Cannibalization filter is now available in Advanced Web Ranking. You’ll now be able to see the URLs that are ranking for the same keywords and intent, either on a single update date or in time (when Google shifts the relevant URL for a given targeted keyword in SERPs in a specific range).
Search Intent KPI
The KPI design has been updated and a new KPI displaying the purpose behind the search query (‘Search intent‘) has been added in the Ranking-Keywords view.
The snippet appearing after each People Also Ask result type is now reported by Advanced Web Ranking. The updated reporting mechanism for PAA results will now include the URL, the title (the question), and the meta description.
The PAAs meta decription can be exported directly from the UI using the Top Sites or through the API with the help of the export top sites API call.
Email Notification Templates Upgrade
We’ve updated a series of email notification templates with a friendlier format of the actions required or of the performance highlights presented. You’ll notice the upgraded format for the user invite, account ownership transfer, SSL certificate activation, password reset, permalink notification, and alerts emails.
Also, the Ranking Update Overview email format has been updated, displaying a summary of the latest changes. By default, the notifications are disabled ‘, but you can change this setting from the New project wizard or from the Project’s settings menu.
And that’s pretty much it for January 2023! 🙂
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And of course, please reach out if you have any feedback on this. We’d love to hear your thoughts!