The report is created from the phrases you added to your project.

This report is divided into two parts and presents separate tables for increases and decreases, and you can freely switch between them.

You can filter the list to find exactly those keywords for analysis in which you’re actually interested.

You may also sort tables by columns – by clicking on any of them, you sort results in an ascending or descending order by a metric corresponding to the column of your choice.

As far as an Increases Report is concerned, of greatest relevance to you is going to be the Position change metric, where you can find information on how the position of your website for a given keyword has changed in the chosen date range.

You can generate a report for your domain and competitive domains added to the project.

You can also change the analyzed date range and keyword group.

If you want to find out what are the definitions of the metrics available in the report, go to the article Metrics in Senuto.

You can export the table to xlsx format. You can also customize the table view, which you can read more about here.

Have you checked how your website’s doing yet? For which keywords has it been rising and for which keywords has it been declining? Carry out an analysis and open an Increases/Decreases report in Senuto Tracker.

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