AFS Analytics provides a great feature which helps users to monitor keyword positioning in Google search engine results.
One of the biggest mistakes made by bloggers, article writers, or SEO experts is to publish content on a website without targeting keywords.
One crucial element of a webmaster’s job is to get their website’s pages as high as possible in the search engines’ ranking. To reach this goal, they need to adapt the content of their site to the targeted keywords.
AFS Analytics offers a tool that automatically performs this task, using data from “Google search Console”.
This feature requires a “Google Search Account”. If you don't have a Google search console account yet, you will need:
If you created recently your “Google search console” account, it may take up to one week before the data is available.
Once the selected option is submitted, a page appears with a list of words to monitor. It is empty if no keyword has been previously added.
Once the country and the keyword are selected, click the “Submit” button.
The list is updated daily. However, If a keyword is unpopular or low ranked, you may have to wait longer.
You may find the following information on the watch list:
If a keyword is linked to several pages, a new line will be displayed for each page.
The capture date is displayed when you mouse over the ranking.
By clicking on the ranking, the keyword’s position’s history will appear.
We will add more search engines options in the future.This article was written by AFS Analytics , 3 August 2016. Please contact-us for spelling correction, updates or additions.