Search intent helps you understand what users really want when they are searching in Google. With this knowledge you can create better content suitable for your target audience and improve your search result rankings.
The SISTRIX Toolbox will classify and sort all keywords for a domain into useful groups, in order to give you a quick and easy overview of the topics covered in a website. Use this feature to identify strong keyword groups that your competitors are ranking for, to analyse your main […]
The data for ranking keywords is made available in the Toolbox without restriction, for all domains and all dates. This includes attributes such as snippet, SERP features, trend and volume data, and SISTRIX evaluations such as user intent and historical ranking. To help you, the Toolbox provides a series of quick […]
Keyword Ranking will show you how a domain’s rankings have changed over a period of time, either for good, or bad. Find lost keywords, new keywords, track domain moves and investigate Visibility Index changes and find the effects of Core Updates through easy to use filters that will save you […]
Keyword and URL cannibalisation describes the, often negative, ranking effect that two competing pieces of content from the same domain can have in Google’s rankings. By fixing this, you can improve domain visibility. In this tutorial we show you ways to find cannibalisation issues, and how to solve them in […]
The Keyword Ideas feature helps you quickly gain ideas for which search queries you might also want to rank, with the help of data from the Google SERPs.
Knowing how many of your URLs have keyword rankings and how many are in the Top-10 is a great way to gauge how much potential you – or your competitors – are drawing from content on the domain. The same is true for the number of keywords your domain is […]
In this tutorial we explain how to use regular expressions so that you can apply their advantages in the SISTRIX Toolbox. For example: filtering URL, snippet or keyword tables.
Google moved-on from delivering search results based on single search terms after the Hummingbird Update. They now use semantic relationships, which is why the Toolbox List functions can help you.
With Keyword Research you’ll be laying the foundations of a successful SEO strategy. The process defines which keywords and topics should be optimised and the goal is to reach the right users with the right content at the right time. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to conduct keyword […]