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Historical Rankings and Keyword Benchmarks

Aaron Wheeler
suggested this on November 29, 2010, 4:51 PM

I would like to see keyword rank benchmarking implemented sooner than later (maybe it is??). My clients dont care about the fluctuations (as much), they are interested in if and how much we have increased their rankings since we started our campaign.

Tracking date each keyword was added+ranked then providing current rank, weekly change, and historical change would make this tool very useful.


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have you guys seen seoprofiler?  this is exactly what i want to see in summary form on seomoz.  heres a pic.  its instantly lets me see the overall picture.

October 6, 2012, 4:42 PM
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Karen Semyan

We're currently working on ways to provide more PDF reports, and those changes are slated to ship later this year.

This brings up an interesting point, however, and I've love your feedback on this. Providing a visual representation of the history for all keywords you might have presents a bit of a challenge. Do you have any thoughts on how you might like to see a full keyword history displayed in PDF format (or some key summary data), in a way that's meaningful to you and your management/clients?

May 15, 2012, 3:16 PM
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Is there a way to include historical data in the pdf Reports? You would think this would be pretty important to show improvement over time.

May 10, 2012, 11:49 AM
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November 29, 2011, 2:33 PM
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Yes! - all I want is a single graph, over time of;

1. how many keywords are being tracked,

2. how many in top 3 and

3. how many in first page


The historical data is all there - just put it in one keyword ranking graph.


I have to do this manually every week from seomoz data.

( i know if you added more keywords, direct comparison is not logical, but if you add a batch of new words you can then see phases of comparible data) We dont change our tracked keywords that much.



September 10, 2011, 3:07 PM