SEO

Compare a domain’s keyword rankings to the competitions’ ranking positions

When you are conducting a competitor analysis you will often ask yourself, “for which keywords of a domain does the competition also have rankings and how well are they doing?”. In order to make this evaluation as easy as possible, the SISTRIX Toolbox has the “Compare Keywords” feature. This tutorial […]

Monitoring your move to SSL with the Toolbox

Google has already started to reward the encryption of websites via the HTTPS protocol in 2014. Over the past few years many website operators have switched to HTTPS and the development in the UK shows substantial growth. Towards the end of 2016 about 30% of the Top 100 results on […]

Evaluating the Visibility Index for Smartphones

With the SISTRIX Toolbox, you have different means to evaluate data for mobile devices. It is, of course, especially interesting to look at smartphone-rankings and -visibility values for websites. On April 21st 2015, Google introduced an official update that focused on “mobile webpages”. In this tutorial, we will show you […]

Not Provided: Traffic- and Ranking -Data with the Toolbox

More than 80 percent of search phrases used by visitors to access your website nowadays show up as (not provided) in your analysis tools like Google Analytics, Piwik, and eTracker. You are not able to identify the keywords anymore which send visitors and, in many cases, potential clients to your […]

Finding new keywords through your competitors

Looking at your competitors is a good opportunity to find new keywords for your own website. The Toolbox offers the function “Unused Keywords” in the SEO module. If you know who your most important competitors are, you will be always be able to compare their rankings to yours. The tutorial […]

Find keywords that rank for multiple URLs

Google prefers to return a uniquely-fitting URL for a search term. Aside from a few exceptions, it is useful only to rank for one keyword with one URL. When it comes to highly contested keywords, Google will often change the ranking URL of your page. Due to these changing URLs […]

How to interpret the Ranking Distribution

The SISTRIX toolbox offers useful functions that allow you to evaluate the ranking distribution of a domain or URL. Ranking distribution can be a useful indication of the effectiveness of your content in Google search results. What percentage of keyword rankings fall into the Top-10, the traffic-generating part of SERPs. […]

Keyword-Research with the SISTRIX Toolbox

There are different ways to research new keywords. You can, for example, use the ranking data with filters for your research. Or find new keywords via your competitors data. In this tutorial you are going to learn how you can use a single keyword or search term for your keyword […]

Google Analytics Data in the SISTRIX Toolbox

As a SISTRIX user, you are able to integrate your Google Analytics Data in the Toolbox from the 4th quarter 2013 on. The Analytics data is only accessible for your account! The evaluations are available for all domains in your Analytics account. This tutorial will show you several methods of […]

Analysing the Opposition: Who are my competitors?

The toolbox provides different means for you to find your competitors. This tutorial will show you ways for a quick analysis of your competitors. In order to take part in this tutorial, all you need is the SEO-Module and web analysis software (Google Analytics, Matomo, etracker etc.). Analysing Competitors In […]

Recognising and analysing a domain crash in the SISTRIX Visibility Index

It is not an uncommon occurrence that a domain’s visibility suddenly drops drastically over a short period of time, even as little as a week. It is important to identify the source and to take the necessary steps to remedy this. Here, we will show you an example of an […]

Create your own Visibility Index

Every SISTRIX Toolbox user can create their own Visibility Index with the SISTRIX Optimizer. By specifying your own search terms, rankings can be monitored either daily or weekly. The same search terms are also evaluated for your competitors. This makes regular comparisons much easier. In this tutorial I will show […]