Have you reached a point in your project where it feels like you’ve done everything you can and you don’t know where to go from here? In SEO, there are always improvements to be made, but we’ve all found ourselves in a stalemate where we don’t really know which way to go…
With SEOcrawl this will never happen: our software teaches you to find the best SEO opportunities so that your projects never stop growing.
Discover your opportunities report
Log into your project Dashboard on SEOcrawl and open the SEO opportunities report from the side menu, as shown in the image below.
The report allows you to configure a lot of different options to extract the data you’re most interested in.
Here’s how each of these options works:
If you do not change this setting, the software will analyse the last 28 days, although you can choose the time frame you want to analyse according to the different stages of your project. You can also choose to analyse a specific time frame and compare it to the previous time frame, to extract data which is even more reliable.
By default, the system has three filters:
- Device: allows you to see which keywords are ranked on a computer, mobile or tablet devices.
- Tag: with SEOcrawl, you can tag your keywords by campaign, content cluster or project relevance, for example. The keywords containing tags can be filtered using this option.
- Country: find out where the keywords you are interested rank in different countries.
The filter system also has a much more powerful too to find areas where you could be succeed with a little effort: if you click the filter button, you will find more options to further expand the information:
Example of use: If you filter by keywords in the top 10 with many impressions but not many clicks, the system will provide a report of all the keywords that rank on the first page, but that don’t yield many clicks from the users. Optimise the challenges of these landings and your project will improve quickly.
With the heat map function, it is much easier for you to interpret the data at a glance: sort the keywords according to the parameter that interests you most (clicks, trend, impressions, growth or drop percentage, CTR or average rank) and observe how each keyword behaves for each of the KPIs that interest you.
Export your data and put them to work
The SEOcrawl control panel is very comprehensive, but you may want to extract the data for processing, cross referencing, setting them as the source of a report in Data Studio or for any other reason.
How to get the most out of the opportunities report
Once you are familiar with all of the report options, you can start to get the most out of it and to improve your SEO strategy by taking advantage of opportunities that hadn’t occurred to you yet.
New content suggestions with the keyword report
First of all, we suggest that you expand your content schedule with keywords that, until now, you hadn’t thought about working on.
To do this, open the opportunities report and set the time frame to access the data from the last 90 days, for example.
Then, click on the filter button and filter by position, choosing position 100 as the minimum, so that the system shows you all the keywords you are not ranking for.
Export them and you’ll have the starting point for a new content schedule.
Curation and optimisation of existing content with the URL report
Is it possible to monitor the performance of content that has already been created? Of course! Not only is it possible, but it is also necessary to regularly monitor if your blog posts are achieving the expected results.
To do this, you can use the URLs report which, by filtering the same parameters as explained above, can be used to access the URLs with the lowest average position and, therefore, insufficient clicks.
If you click on each of them, you will open a personalised report, in which you will be able to evaluate:
- Clicks, impressions, CTR and average position in the time frame of your choice.
- Visibility score of the URL on a graph.
- List of countries from which your page is visited.
- List of keywords through which this URL is ranked.
With all this information and by asking you the right questions(what search intent is intended to cover this URL and what kind of content the pages ranking above it on the SERPs for this search intent have) you’ll receive valuable information to give your content the push you need to climb in the positions without stopping.
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