First things first – AccuRanker needs a domain to start tracking for you. Obviously you can add multiple domains as well.
In this video you can see how easy it is to add a new domain to your AccuRanker account:
For many AccuRanker users the next step is then to invite some users, find out how to do this in this video.
Unlike many other SEO tools, you don’t have to share your own login to AccuRanker with others – instead you can just invite your team-members to AccuRanker.
And if a person leaves the team, you can simply delete his or her account and access to your data will be removed for this person without any impact on the data itself.
Have a look at how easy it is to invite users to your AccuRanker account:
And if you want to limit the access of certain users, just set up organizations in your AccuRanker account – this video shows you how to do that.
So you’ve learned how to invite users to AccuRanker but sometimes you might want to limit what users can see within your account – for example limit the access to your clients, if you have multiple team-members working on different domains.
Whatever the scenario, AccuRanker makes managing this extremely simple with organizations and groups. Have a look at this video to see how this works:
And should you just want to provide your clients with easily accessible reports, there’s an even better way to do that: learn about Public Reports in this video.
Wouldn’t it be great if you can view your Google Analytics stats straight from your AccuRanker dashboard? We thought so too and that’s why you can!
Watch the below video to see a brief preview of how you can view daily statistics as well as estimated search traffic for your keywords straight from your AccuRanker dashboard:
And then watch this video, to see how you can integrate your Google Search Console with AccuRanker.
The next logical step after integrating your Google Analytics with AccuRanker is to do the same for your Google Search Console. What’s great about doing this is, that it will allow you to import your keywords directly from your Google Search Console account. Have a look at how seamless this is in this video:
And in case you have not set up Google Webmaster Tools for your domain/s yet, read more about it here.
We live in a world where connectivity is ubiquitous – smartphones, tablets, wearable technology and more to come. This is why any serious keywords tracking tool, needs to provide stats for mobile browsers separately.
Luckily AccuRanker makes this a breeze. Watch this short video and see how easy it is to setup tracking for your keywords on both desktop and mobile browsers:
And to find out how to monitor social media stats, please watch this video.
Keeping a close eye on your competitors is very important because it will allow you to adjust your efforts accordingly over time. And let’s face it, hardly any site doesn’t have competitors these days. So make sure you keep track of yours before they push your hard-earned keyword ranks down.
The following video shows you how easy it is to track competitors with AccuRanker – just add their domains and AccuRanker does the rest:
Once you have done this, you may also want to generate reports at scheduled times, this video shows you how to do that.
So you’ve covered the tracking of your mobile keywords but you really want to be at the cutting edge of SEO reporting technology and cover all stats of relevance?
No problem, AccuRanker fetches share and like statistics from the most popular social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn (and more coming soon!). See how your social reach changes over time and cross-reference this with your SEO campaign efforts to see what works best.
Here a look at how the social media stats look in the AccuRanker dashboard:
And whilst you’re at it, monitor your YouTube content as well.
Not only can you monitor your social media stats from Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn – with AccuRanker you can also monitor YouTube videos individually.
It is very easy to add a YouTube video to AccuRanker as the video below demonstrates. Once you add a video, the video name is automatically fetched and used as a custom domain title. This makes it really easy for you to keep track of multiple videos in AccuRanker, and in your domain overview you can even view daily statistics at a glance.
And don’t forget that you can also track your keywords on mobile browsers, please watch this video to learn how.
When managing long lists of keywords, filters and tags are essential to be able to digest the amount of information we are presented with. AccuRanker offers a multitude of options for setting up and managing your keywords, so you can easily focus on the specific data you need at a particular point in time.
This video will show you how you can tag and star your keywords and then use these criteria to filter your keywords accordingly:
For a lot of AccuRanker users the next logical step is then to create custom reports, this video shows you how to do that.