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Location Based tracking now on RankWatch!

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The location from where you search for specific keywords affects the SERP results that you get on Google or any other search engine and is one of the most significant factors while calculating your ranks. To overcome this, RankWatch is now supporting city specific rank tracking, which essentially means that now you will be able […] Continue Reading >>

RankWatch White Label Setup Using CNAME

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A CNAME record is an abbreviation for Canonical Name record and is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) used to specify that a domain name uses the IP addresses of another domain, the “canonical” domain. This is convenient when running multiple services from a single IP address such as the […] Continue Reading >>

Just Launched! Page Score! Analyze individual Keywords with URLs.

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RankWatch has taken a step further since the last feature update of Website Analyzer and come out with Page Score. With this new update, RankWatch will provide users with individual keyword analysis that no other competitor in the market is currently providing and make your life a whole lot easier.   Essentially a research analyzer […] Continue Reading >>

Just Launched! Website Analyzer : Now analyze your web pages in RankWatch

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As we are always evolving, some decisions make more sense than others. Hence, RankWatch has completely discarded the Error Suggestion module and has replaced it with Website Research, which is a more comprehensive and complete analysis of what are the positives and negatives you can take from your website after going through a wide-spread audit. […] Continue Reading >>

Stay ahead of your competition by using Competitor Watch in RankWatch

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Being in a competitive industry is what drives innovation and one should always keep enemies closer than friends. In the Digital Marketing world, your enemies can be defined as any related website to yours which is ranking higher than you on SERP’s and is driving traffic away from your website. Based on this, Competitor Analysis […] Continue Reading >>

Analyse your Backlinks better with RankWatch Mach 4.0

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Anybody who has remotely studied or keeps an interest in Search Engine Optimization would have heard the term “Backlink” at least once. For others, who are new to the world of SEO, must be keen to know what a ‘Backlink’ is and why is it so important. Backlinks in recent times, have become extremely important […] Continue Reading >>

Advanced Reporting Module gets more Advanced in RankWatch Mach 4.0

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The team has been extremely committed to bring these personalized reports to you, which allow customization and editing before the report can be generated. With the new reporting structure, you will be able to extract your “additional rankings”, such as locals, news and images as well along with a whole bunch of other information that […] Continue Reading >>

Email Triggers in RankWatch Mach 4.0

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RankWatch offers you a way to keep an eye on all your keywords without the need for you to manually track their positions on each search engine you are optimizing on, with Email Triggers. When a keyword drops a rank, it’s usually too late before you realize the loss you have already incurred due to […] Continue Reading >>

Make Better Business Decisions with Google Analytics On RankWatch

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As website owners and Internet marketers, we all spend most of our time, effort and money to drive traffic onto our websites but usually fail to take the time out to measure the success of these efforts. Hence, we have fully integrated RankWatch with Google Analytics, with the sole purpose to provide our users with […] Continue Reading >>

RankWatch now supports Google Webmaster Tools

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Why we are integrating with Webmaster Tools and how to activate it? In 2011, Google’s announcement shocked Internet marketers around the world when they made search behavior more secure. All logged in users were switched to using httpS from http. This encrypted their search queries from being disclosed to curious marketers, Analysts and website owners […] Continue Reading >>
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