Tag Archives: SERP

Rank Ranger’s Position on SERP Tracking

By | December 30, 2021

December 14, 2012   |   Posted by Rank Ranger In light of the recent announcements of companies abandoning SERP tracking, we feel it’s important to let you know that SERP Tracking is where we dedicate most of our resources, it is a core service in Rank Ranger’s SEO toolkit and we will not consider discontinuing that service… Read More »

Migrating Raven SERP Tracker Data into Rank Ranger

By | December 29, 2021

December 17, 2012   |   Posted by Rank Ranger Our staff has geared up to help SEOs who need to quickly get their data migrated from Raven to Rank Ranger so you can get on with the business of providing top notch services to your clients. We’ve heard that Raven users are concerned about the features they’ve… Read More »

Ranger Risk Index measures SERP Fluctuations

By | December 28, 2021

June 10, 2013   |   Posted by Rank Ranger We’re happy to announce the launch of our Ranger Risk Index which measures SERP fluctuations for 10,000+ domains and keywords that we monitor daily. We hope that by providing you with this Google algorithm monitoring service, you’ll be alert to address potential negative results quickly. We’ve been researching… Read More »

Google SERP Fluctuations Widget

By | December 27, 2021

September 16, 2013   |   Posted by Rank Ranger We’re happy to see that so many of you are using our Rank Risk Index that tracks SERP fluctuations of the 10,000+ domains and keywords that we monitor daily. By providing you with this Google algorithm monitoring service, you can be alerted when potential negative results need to… Read More »

Google SERP Fluctuations Indicated by Risk Index

By | December 22, 2021

April 23, 2014   |   Posted by Rank Ranger The Rank Risk Index has been in the danger zone for more than a week, indicating that something’s brewing over at Google. We all know that with the sometimes hundreds of Google algorithm changes that take place each year, SERPs can be negatively affected. We’re hearing reports of… Read More »

How Does Google Choose a Title to Display on a SERP

By | December 22, 2021

April 29, 2014   |   Posted by Shiri Berzack “What criteria does Google use to change the title it shows in the SERPs depending on the query?” “Why Google search results doesn’t show the current META title of a webpage” Matt Cutts’ new video looks into where Google takes the titles and descriptions that are found on… Read More »

How Does Bing Choose a Title to Display on a SERP

By | December 19, 2021

June 24, 2014   |   Posted by Rank Ranger Sometimes when you search for your website, you see a title appearing on a SERP that you did not create, and you wonder how it got there. Bing has released an article answering this problem and giving tips on how your chosen title may be shown. In April… Read More »

Authorship Images in a SERP are Going Away

By | December 19, 2021

June 26, 2014   |   Posted by Barry Schechter Google’s Authorship search results have always been a topic of conversation from how to create an authorship profile to how authorship articles are ranked in relation to site authority. In December 2013 there was an algorithm update for Authorship Rich Snippets which we proceeded to include in our reports… Read More »

SERP Count As Is vs Explicit Domain Count

By | December 18, 2021

August 11, 2014   |   Posted by Shiri Berzack SERPs provide a number of results options for every query, when tracking these results Rank Ranger offers the opportunity to track rankings in three different ways: count a domain or exact URL, as well as, choose whether or not to include duplicate domain results. Today we’ll explore the… Read More »

On-Page Optimization Gets SERP Preview, Page Speed Test

By | December 15, 2021

November 3, 2014   |   Posted by Rank Ranger Our On-Page Keyword Optimization report has become more comprehensive with the addition of an editable Google SERP Preview tool, Page Speed check and Top 10 keywords.  We’ve also added Report Options because with the growing number of page analysis tools in this report we realize that not everyone… Read More »