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.
In this blog post, I will walk you through he 5 rank features you will be able to track.
- Features snippets
- Local listing
Sitelinks has been around for a long time - It's most seen when searching for a brand name, then they have their most visited pages below it.
How it looks in AccuRanker when your rank has a sitelink:
How the SERP result look when a sitelink is present.
The new kid on the block is definitely Featured snippets.
There's so much potential traffic to take from Wikipedia.
Here's how you will see a featured snippet in AccuRanker
And here is an example of a live featured snippet for the keyword "what is accuranker"
A rank listing with 5 stars stands out really good next to your competitors.
Now you'll know which ones have a review associated.
SERP example of a review snippet
For all the physical stores, local listings are super important, but sometimes really difficult to track, but with AccuRanker it's as easy as it can be.
Here's an example of how a local listing on a search engine ranking page will look like.
And last, we have thumbnails. They are a great way to get some extra attention to your placement, resulting in more click throughs to your page. This will show up for both image and video thumbnails.
And we all probably know this, but let's see how a video result will look on a SERP.
Within AccuRanker you can easily filter by the different feature types.
This is also for custom report templates where you have the options to filter by type.
We hope that you enjoy this new feature within AccuRanker.
If you have any questions, or suggestions, please feel free to comment below.
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