AccuRanker is proud to present "Share Of Voice" Now you are able to know exactly how well your organic performance
Rank features is the new black. When we all started in this game, there was one type - organic - Today You have multiple. With AccuRanker you can know which one you are ranked for, and which ones you can optimize for.
Are Google local packs a survival kit for local businesses? What is the proportion of local and global businesses that appear in Google local packs?
Stay tuned on Googles algorithm with Grump
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As you may have heard, recently Google made it a lot harder to track local rankings. Here at AccuRanker, our local tracking works just fine.
Many Google results will not only include organic results but consist of local results and YouTube videos in addition to the organic results. There are several ways to calculate your position, and some clients might be local only while others don’t care about local results.
Were you tired of not being able to see the surroundings when doing a rank check in AccuRanker?
Update 19 February 2017 – we’ve just seen more movement, exactly 10 days on from the last movement, which may seem like Google is testing part of an algorithm. There are most changes on Mobile – we’ve seen more activity than on 9th which would indicate a larger test or a rollout of a mobile algorithm related to Google AMP.
Now that the many filters have been moved, we’ve made space for a new feature: Historic data. With this feature, you can go back in time and view your previous rankings or compare your current ones to any date.
We’ve updated and improved the way to filter your keywords. It used to look like this: All that’s left is the all new “Filters” button.
It would appear that Google has now removed the possibility to set the location search filter option from search results.
Having used a large number of keyword rank tracking tools available (probably all of the known brands, and more!), I can honestly say Accuranker provides a number of great features...
On 6th of January, we’ve experienced a large fluctuation across 6,000 US keywords within AccuRanker’s Google Grump. This could be a rollout of Google Penguin that was promised in January, without a release date.
Now you are able to see how many keywords moved up, and how many keywords moved down in a custom date range you choose. The feature is found on the overview page for a domain.
AccuRanker are proud to announce the launch of their brand new Google Grump Rating! Intrigued? You should be. You can now monitor fluctuations, as well as easily pinpoint and predict upcoming updates, in Google’s rankings with the grump graph.
For those in Europe, many will have been settling down for the day ahead to the news that for the first time in a long time, Google has made some big changes to their algorithm. For our American friends, many will be waking up to the news that there has been some large fluctuations occurring.