Ranking Distribution

The ranking distribution shows you how the Top100 rankings for the evaluated domain (respective the host, directory or URL for detailed-evaluations) are distributed within Google's results-pages. The data can be quickly sorted and exported if needed.

General options

In the white bar, located between the Toolbox navigation menu and the filters, you’ll find general settings for the whole page, in particular:

  • Absolute/ Percent: choose if you want to see the values in percentages or in absolute values
  • Options: select data from mobile or desktop devices
  • Export: export the table as a CSV file. To do this you’ll need to use some credits.
  • Shortlink : share the chart on Social Media

Ranking Distribution

The column chart right under the option menu shows you how many keywords of the analysed domain are ranking on the first ten results pages on Google. Page 1 represents ranking positions 1 to 10, page 2 are positions 11 to 20 and so on until page 10, which shows the organic positions 91 until 100. Hover the mouse over the columns to see the keyword percentage (or number) for each page.

You can also use the slider below the Graph to browse the results for different weeks. By clicking on the play-button, we will play though the history, beginning at the point the slider is at that moment.

  • Updates: Weekly
  • Data-set: Visibility data: 1 million keywords for desktop or mobile

Ranking Distribution – History

In this graph you can see the ranking-development throughout the historic data, available for this domain (respective the host, directory or URL for detailed-evaluations), with the amount of rankings for each page shown.

You can activate and deactivate each line by checking the colour-box to the left of each row in the table below the graph. By hovering the mouse on the graph, the Toolbox will show you the percentage (or absolute) values for the domain on that specific week.

Note that the cogwheel icon will give you more options for your analysis.

  • Updates: Weekly
  • Data-set: Visibility data: 1 million keywords for desktop or mobile

Video demo with closed captions

Video overview of the ranking distribution feature