We excel at SEO testing, but we do a lot more than just that...
Easily setup a control group and test group of urls so you can SEO split test the results over the same time period.
Create a simple SEO test that compares weeks before the change, to weeks after.
Test start dates can be back dated so you can run tests on historical data.
Track the performance of a group of urls. Great for agencies that work on separate pages across a large site, or when you are optimizing topic clusters.
Easily dig into the data behind each url and query. Optimize your content by including queries your page appears for.
All query based reports highlight informational, commercial and transactional search intent keywords.
Annotated Google algorithm updates are on site, page and query graphs to help see the impact.
Add custom annotations to Google Search Console data through SEOTesting to remember key events that impacted traffic.
Uncover queries that have a low CTR. Work on titles and meta descriptions to get more clicks. Click here to learn more about improving your organic click through rate.
Check the New Keywords report to find out what your site has just started ranking for. Get lots of new keyword ideas.
Find out which pages do not have their top queries in page titles and meta descriptions. Easy fixes bring more clicks.
Continually optimize and improve page content by reviewing queries it is ranking for. Create new sections and headings based on data from Search Console.
Find keyword cannibalization issues across your site where pages fight for the same ranking.
Get 7 day snapshots of which keywords and pages have had the best and worst gains.
Use the striking distance keywords report to show high value keywords just on page 2 or 3. Get them on page 1 for a nice CTR improvement.
Get a daily alert each time Search Console updates with key metrics listed in it.
Add dashboards filtered by country, brand filters etc. All site reports then based on those filters.
One click links to check searchers intent in Google, and for content ideas in Reddit and Quora.