This month’s updates are short and sweet (like the Halloween treats 🙂). We have new importing options, Google Flights tracking, Market Share improvements, and more.
So let’s get right into it – use the sidebar on the right to jump to a particular update.
Importing Keywords Ranking History
Besides being able to import keywords from a different project, you can now import their rankings history, as well. You can choose between Last update, Last month, and Last 3 months of ranking data.
Designed to simplify the process of purchasing airline tickets from third-party providers, Google's Flights pack is now available for tracking in Advanced Web Ranking. To identify which of your keywords trigger this type of result, access the SERP Features filter -> SERP Features group.
Market Share Improvement
Whether you add a keyword group, add keywords to an existing group, or remove keywords from a group, you'll no longer have to wait for a new project ranking update to be completed to see the refreshed data. The Market Share metrics for the latest project update available will be automatically computed each time you organize your keyword groups differently.
Big Query & FTP Exports Improvements
You now have the option to upload the keywords for which your website is not ranked from the Ranking-Keywords dataset to Big Query and FTP*, as well. This way, you can keep a close eye on all of your targeted terms and not only on the ranked ones.
*Big Query and FTP exports are available starting with Enterprise monthly plans and all our yearly subscriptions
And that’s pretty much it for October! :)
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And of course, please reach out if you have any feedback on this. We’d love to hear your thoughts!
P.S. Make sure to check out the ‘How-to’ series to find out how to get the most out of AWR.
Dan Popa is an Online Marketing Strategist at Caphyon. He is passionate about both Online and Offline Marketing and he's always looking for new ways of applying the basic principles of marketing in the fast-evolving SEO field. He's always in the mood to chat about new creative ideas for campaigns, so you can find him on Twitter.
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