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Tracking Organic Keyword Rankings for Large Sites

Want to hear how people manage keyword ranking reports for large sites.

     
10:48 pm on Jul 9, 2019 (gmt 0)

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I'm interested in hearing how people out there manage organic keyword ranking data and reporting for sites that have tens or hundreds of thousands of keywords ranking in the top 10 pages in Google?

I use SEMrush and many other tools, but mostly SEMrush to run keyword ranking reports (using a paid account and entering keywords in manually). But these have limits, and it is tedious to add all the new keywords to track from all the new content that gets added or that we optimize for on a monthly basis. We are talking about 20 or so pages per month, with about 8-25 keywords for each page. Gets to be alot to manage and keep adding to. Plus adding new terms skews the overall ranking averages and data.

I've been considering using some sort of new keyword ranking report data using the main SEMrush data base for my client domain, the one that shows all terms SEMrush can find ranking in the top 10 pages in Google. This more overall, all encompassing, keyword data provides a better actual picture of the SEO results I think.

Would love to hear how other SEOs are managing keyword ranking reporting for larger sites.
8:52 am on July 20, 2019 (gmt 0)

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All of SEO tools its good for you to try. For premium SEO tools, you can get a lot of data, such as keyword difficulty, domain authority, search volume, keywords trend, social media parameter, complete your competitor data, your increasing traffics analytics, keywords suggestion, and many more useful information about SEO. If you want serious to manage your client website to get best ranking, I think using premium SEO tools its good choice recently.