Have you ever asked yourself this question? In this article, we explain the science behind the feature.
We released our SEO A/B Testing feature to provide you with a data-driven approach to SEO. With SEO A/B testing, you can test whether website changes really made an impact on search performance.
Ryte's updated Keyword Cannibalization Report is the best in the industry! It provides you all the information you need to quickly and easily find and solve keyword cannibalization issues.
See correlations between your search performance and technical website issues with Ryte’s newest feature, which combines data from Search Success and Website Success. Prioritize easily what needs to be fixed, spot clusters, and demonstrate success to stakeholders.
We’ve changed the labelling from “impressions” to “searches” in the Keywords Reports and on the Search Success overview to give you a more accurate indication of your search performance data.
Calendar Events make it easier for you to analyze changes in your search performance. Use system events such as Google updates, or set your own events to understand how campaigns affect your search performance.
With Ryte's segments, you can easily analyze the search performance of specific parts of a website in depth. You can cluster keywords and pages together and analyze individually or compare with one another. Our new predefined segments are segment-constellations commonly used by SEO experts, which are now available to everyone so that you can easily find optimization potentials like an expert!
The Anomaly Detection report by Ryte monitors your website for significant anomalies in impressions, clicks, CTR, and position and will send an email alert when it detects irregular performance.
Underperforming organic keywords are keywords that are clicked on less frequently than they should be based on their ranking position.
There's nothing more frustrating for webmasters and SEOs when few visitors come to the site despite good rankings. One reason for this can be a low click through rate (CTR).
A perfect meta description is key to attracting users to your website from the SERPs. In this article, we give you some useful tips about how to write great meta descriptions.