New Toolbox Features
Google wants to give you the best URL from a domain for a search keyword. If Google can’t decide which one is the best URL it will periodically switch URLs for a given keyword, providing an indication of keyword targeting issues. With the toolbox you can now view and analyse these issues.
Daily updates for the Visibility Index will be helpful in diagnosing the reasons for changes in visibility. For example, if Google starts to roll-out an update you can immediately check if your domains are affected. The exact date of a ranking change is also useful in identifying other changes. Daily updates are also available for other […]
When a domain loses visibility, the first question is “What happened?” With our new Ranking Changes feature it’s now easier and quicker to find the answer.
Google started to allow external access to the Search Console in 2015. Ever since that time we have been providing these data directly in the SEO module of the SISTRIX Toolbox. Now, we have once again extended this Google-Search-Console-Integration and give you the functionality in the Optimizer. If you linked your websites’ property to the […]
Not too long ago, Google confirmed that links are still one of the three most important ranking factors. Because of this, over the past few month, we reworked and improved the link module from the ground up.
One of the tools available to SEOs, that can be used to help with steering crawlers through your projects, is the robots.txt file. This file is one of the oldest instruments available, with which you can ask crawlers to keep out of specific areas of a website. During day-to-day operations, it can often be very […]
The way your SERP-Snippets sound and look within Google’s search results have a very direct influence on the traffic you get from Google. Perfectly optimised SERP-Snippets invite users to click and set your result apart from the rest. With our new feature in the SISTRIX Toolbox, you can start working on improving your SERP-Snippets.
Just a little change to a template – and suddenly all pages for your project have unintentionally been set to Noindex. In order to easily find and fix these and other possible mishaps, we added a new featuer to the SISTRIX Optimizer which will show you changes in an easily comprehensible format.
The keyword tables in the Toolbox now have (if you turned on the Design Refresh beta in SISTRIX Labs) a button which will show you details to the Google result itself: You will now see both the keyword and ranking at the top and then you will get a taste of how the title, the […]
Over the last couple of month, we have spend a lot of time improving the usability of Toolbox features. The important thing for us was to help newcomers quickly get good results but also to give SEO-pros a way to address all their different use-cases. You can now take a look at the first fruits […]
In about a month, the Google Chrome browser will warn their users about forms that are not secured by SSL/HTTPS. This is the reason why we added a specific warning to our SISTRIX Optimizer, which finds and shows forms on your page that are not secured by HTTPS. Starting with your next project crawl, we […]
Ideally you would have a website where every page would have at least one internal link and pages that do not exist anymore would be redirected to a new, fitting version. The real world usually looks quite the opposite: after numerous relaunches, domain- and CMS-changes you are stuck with fractured content landscape, which can still […]
We wanted you to have access to new Toolbox features much more quickly, which is why we give you SISTRIX Labs: here you can activate features for your account before they officially go live: https://uk.sistrix.com/account/labs We start with Keyword-Groups: with this function we try to classify and sort your keywords into groups, in a useful […]
Sometimes you only need a quick first impression of the Onpage status of your domain is doing. In this case, the SISTRIX Optimizer – with its keyword rankings, performance indicators and many other, regularly monitored metrics – might be a bit too much. This is why, from today on, you can easily perform one-time Onpage […]
The Toolbox now has a new menu option, URLs, which helps you filter individual URLs much easier and more effective. In order to get a running start into your URL evaluation, we have already set up some filters, which you can quickly activate by clicking on them. My favorite is the “Few top rankings” filter […]
Once you activate LinkPlus in our link-module, you are offered the freshest Links, the integration with Majestic’s linkdata as well as numerous additional analyses. From today on, you are not only able to permanently enable the LinkPlus data for a domain, but also get the LinkPlus data only once. Now, you can freely decide on […]
Starting today, the social-module in the SISTRIX Toolbox will start gathering the number of fans for numerous Facebook-fanpages. We will show the history on both the social-overview page, as well as the menu “Facebook-Fanpage”. When you click on the “Facebook-Fanpage”, you will see a table with all the values for each masuring date, additionally to […]
You are now able to use the SISTRIX Optimizer for your keyword monitoring for the searchengines Bing, Yahoo and Yandex. Just as with Google, you are able to monitor the rankings either once a week or on a daily basis. Additionally, you can use all the available country/language combinations already in the Optimizer. In order […]
Starting on April 29th, 2016, we are now also offering an extended keyword index for the UK index – uk.sistrix.com. In addition to the 1 million keywords that we monitor and save every week on the google.co.uk index – these keywords constitute the common (historic) keyword database – we now have over 11 million additional […]
The Optimizer now has two new, interesting features. On the one hand, we will now check the actual loading times for the startpage of your project from nine different locations: San Francisco, Toronto, New York, London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore, Tokyo and Sydney. We will check the performance once a day and you can find the […]
We just updated the evaluation for the “Server-Performance” feature in the Optimizer from the ground up. From now on, the Optimizer will not only regularly check the HTML-code for speed and availability. Now, we will load the page just as a Browser (and Googlebot) does.
Since 21.12.2015, it has been possible to check the rankings of over 1.000.000 keywords in the google.com.br index. As with other country indexes, the keywords were chosen to cover a wide range of the Brazilian market’s most searched words and terms. Simply choose the Brazilian flag in the country drop-down menu and then put your […]
Since 05.10.2015, it has been possible to check the rankings of over 1.000.000 keywords in the google.se index. As with other country indexes, the keywords were chosen to cover a wide range of the Swedish market’s most searched words and terms. Simply choose the Swedish flag in the country drop-down menu and then put your […]
Crawling a large number of websites can sometimes take hours or even days. To provide you with faster results, the Optimizer allows more than one crawler to work on the project at a time. In the crawler settings (Settings > Crawler) select the number of parallel crawlers to use for each project from the the […]
As previously announced, we are continuing to add new features to the Search-Console data within the Toolbox. Today, we went live with the next set of features. We added a new bar to the top of many evaluations which will let you choose the data-source for each evaluation. Today we are starting with the keyword-table […]
Back in the day the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) were made up of 10 organic results and some additional Universal-Search integrations, if they fit the query. By now, Google has departed from this mode and some Universal-Search integrations (mostly News and Images) will replace the organic results for the specific position.
Google has updated and extended their API for the Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools), just a few days ago. We have just finished implementing the first step of our integration: you are now able to connect the Search Console with the Toolbox through the menu item “Google Search Console“. Once you click on […]
From today on, the SISTRIX Toolbox will be the first tool worldwide to offer you smartphone-data and -Visibility Index scores for every country in our index: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain, Poland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the USA. According to Google, in more than 10 countries (including the USA) more searchqueries come […]
Since June 30th, 2015, we have also offered an extended keyword index for the Spanish index – es.sistrix.com. In addition to the 1 million keywords that we query and save every week in the google.es index – these keywords constitute the historical keyword database – we now have over 4 million additional keywords, that we […]
Since 06/15/2015, it has been possible to check the rankings of over 1.000.000 keywords in the google.pl index. As with the other country indexes, these keywords were chosen so that they cover a good average of the search behavior of the Polish search market. Choose the Polish flag in the country drop down box and […]
Since 18.05.2015, it has been possible to check the rankings of over 1.000.000 keywords in the google.nl index. As with other country indexes, the keywords were chosen to cover a wide range of the Netherlands market’s most searched words and terms. Simply choose the Netherlands flag in the country drop-down menu and then put your […]
The SISTRIX Toolbox is the first SEO tool to offer a smartphone Visibility Index. It enables you to directly compare desktop and smartphone visibility and quickly note weaknesses in configuration and usability of mobile websites. As Google uses the same index for searches from PCs and smartphones, and only enhances the results with information on […]
In the social module, the toolbox can now offer a detailed analysis for all URLs. After clicking on the plus icon at the end of line of all charts in this module we show: the chronological sequence of the found social signals for this URL, the distribution of the interactions as well as the networks […]