Top Organic Competitors
The Top Organic Competitors report highlights the number of campaign keywords for which competitors are ranked in the top 20 organic search engine results, along with the number of tracked keywords for which the competitor's domain is ranking higher and/or lower than the campaign's primary domain. Total Search Volume and Visibility Score are included to help provide additional insights.
Launch the Discovery screen to view side-by-side competitor and primary domain rank for keywords ranking on pages 1 and 2 of the search engine results.
Top Organic Competitors Report
Top 10 Organic Competitors Graph
View the number of your campaign keywords that the top 10 competitors are ranking for, along with their Visibility Score
and the Total Search Volume.
Top Competitor Rank Comparison
The comparison table clearly details winners and losers in the race to the top of Google's search engine results. This report provides:
- Total (overlapping Top 20) Keywords
Number of Campaign Keywords for which the competitor ranked in the top 20 organic search engine results.
- Competitor +
The number of tracked Keywords for which the competitor's domain ranked higher than the Campaign Primary Domain in the Top 20 organic search engine results.
- Competitor -
The number of tracked Keywords for which the competitor's domain ranked lower than the Campaign Primary Domain in the Top 20 organic search engine results.
The number of rank positions that the Campaign Primary domain ranked higher (green) or lower (red) than the competitor domain.
- Total Search Volume
The total amount of the broad number of Google global searches in a month for the specified, overlapping keywords.
- Visibility Score
Visibility Score is a Rank Ranger metric that is based on the position of ranking keywords and average search volume.
Top Competitor Discovery
Click the Discovery icon to reveal competitor rank vs. the primary domain rank for campaign keywords, along with monthly search volume.
Top Organic Search Competitor Google Global
This organic competition report can be run for Google Global or any Google country-specific search engine. In this example we see that in the Global organic search, Amazon.com has won the top 2 search results positions for campaign keywords, but BookDepository.com is a strong competitor having captured the 3rd rank position.
Top Organic Search Competitor Google US Market
In this Competitor Comparison example, we see that with 10 keywords ranking in the top 10 search engine results, Amazon.com is clearly the winner over BarnesAndNoble.com with respect to the campaign’s tracked keywords.
- Custom Report Title (optional)
- Limit Results (optional)
- Include Primary Domain (optional): this show/hide option adds the primary domain to the table.
- Show only competitors with the number of keywords in the Top 20 search results greater than 10, 20, 30, etc. (optional)
- Show or Hide Display columns:
Total Search Volume
- Select All or individual keywords
Keyword tags can be added to individual keywords or in bulk in the Campaign Settings > Keywords screen.
- Select keyword tags to filter the report data.
- Select a Google Global, Google Country-specific or Google Mobile search engine
Click the Apply Changes button.
- Set a Search Volume filter (optional)
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