Access to Your Not-Provided Keyphrases with SEO Monitor
The constant barrage of new SEO tools claiming to be the next Moz or Ahrefs is not looking to end any time soon, so it’s important to understand the difference between a useful piece of kit and those that do everything and nothing at the same time. We took it upon ourselves to find a tool that would help us uncover those elusive ‘not provided’ keywords with the aim of out-smarting our (and our clients’) competitors. After testing a string of software packages we came across a relatively unknown tool by the name of SEO Monitor. We’ve never looked back. SEO Monitor has helped us to achieve great results for many of our clients, Sofa.com being one of them. This case study (read here) was finalists in the 2015 Drum Search awards. So convinced are we of its power to super-charge SEO campaigns, we have become exclusive UK resellers. To celebrate, we’re offering free trials to anyone wanting to get valuable data on not provided keywords. Still not sure? See what our SEO experts love most about the tool.
Access to ‘not provided’ keywords
“The jewel in the crown that is SEO Monitor, is most definitely its reporting on ‘not provided’ keywords. Having this essential data helps us make better, more informed decisions.”
Device-specific ranking metrics
“The timing of this feature couldn’t have been better. From April 21st (when Google rolled out their mobile-update) SEO Monitor made is possible to see ranking metrics specifically for mobile devices. This level of insight allows us to monitor the impact of the update and propose tactics geared towards harnessing the increase in mobile use.”
“Deciding on which keywords to base your strategy on is a crucial element of any SEO campaign, but is also one that was, in the past, fraught with uncertainty. The Difficulty Score metric within SEO Monitor takes away this uncertainty by combining quantitative figures with qualitative data to provide more insight into which keyphrases are the most competitive.”
“With SEO Monitor, we’re able to map keyword performance against 5 competitors. This is useful for our team as it allows us to put or client sites into context, but it is especially helpful for clients themselves as it gives them the benchmarking information necessary for better strategic direction.”
Page 2 report
“The ‘Page 2’ report is a great way of highlighting specific keywords that have slipped off of the first page of Google. With this information we can focus our efforts on what can sometimes be quick wins.”
Read all about using SEO monitor for forecasting – presented at SASCon 2015
Read my seminar presented at SASCon 2015 in Manchester, on using SEO Monitor for understanding “Not provided” keyphrases and forecasting the likely increase in organic traffic during an SEO project.
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Want a free demo? – We will reveal your “Not-Provided” keyphrases using data from your chosen site
These are just a few examples of the capabilities of SEO Monitor – there are many, many more! If you would like a demo of SEO Monitor we will link a trial account with your Analytics and Webmaster Tools/Search Console (you just need to add our SEO Monitor email address). This can be your own site, or if you are an agency one of your clients’ sites. You can then book a slot for one of our technical team to show you how we use the tool. We will input keyphrases, create groups and identify competitors. During the demo we will show you how to use all the features of SEO Monitor and create a forecast for your chosen group of target phrases. You will then be able to use the tool for a further 14 days free of charge. If you then want to purchase the tool on a monthly or annual basis your data will be transferred over to your new account. Depending on the package you select you will then be able to add additional sites as required.
Book your demo and start your free 30-day trial
If you’d like any additional information on this revolutionary tool or you’d like to take advantage of the free demo and 30-day trial, then fill in the form below.