Posts By: Chase Granberry

Track Mobile Rankings with AuthorityLabs

Mobile-tracking

Mobile SERP tracking with AuthorityLabs has arrived! You can now track mobile search results and compare the data to your current SERP data to see how well your site is doing in the mobile arena. The process is simple, just add a domain and check the “Track Mobile Results” box and we will start collecting data for… Read more »

Down Status

We woke up to some database connectivity issues this morning. We are working on it, and should have everything resolved soon. Once we figure out exactly what happened, and get to the root cause, we’ll provide update here on the blog. Currently, it looks like the space allocated for our database tables filled up, so… Read more »

Latest CSVs Exported

We’ve got a quick, handy new feature available for everyone today. Now in your account tab you’ll see the last 10 CSVs that were exported and links to all of them anyone on your team can download. You can also see the status of each export in progress.  

Local Results Updated

After the latest local changes Google made to the search results we had a lot of updates to do with regards to how we process the local results. Those updates are now live and have been for a few days. Here’s an overview on how we parse each kind of local search result we’re getting… Read more »

Geo-Targeting Cell Phone Customers with Search Queries

We’ve gotten a few questions about the relative volume data we’re visualizing now, instead of showing the actual search volume figures we get from Google.  For some, this won’t be particularly “better” than just seeing the actual numbers. There are cases, though, where having relative global and local search volume numbers visualized on one page… Read more »

Understanding Relative Search Volume

We’ve updated the way we show global and local search volume figures we get via the AdWords API. We’ve decided to calculate traffic data we get from AdWords and give each number a relative value compared to the keywords tracking within a domain or page. There are a couple reasons for this … We consistently… Read more »