Why should you care about the number of keywords for which your website ranks in positions 1–50? Because these figures show how your SEO affects your website’s visibility in Google.
With Senuto, you can check when your website was displayed in Google’s TOP 3, TOP 10, and TOP 50 results.
TOP3 – The number of keywords for which your website is ranking in positions 1–3 in the organic search results.
TOP10 – The number of keywords for which your website is ranking in positions 1–10 in the organic search results.
TOP 50 – The number of keywords for which your website is ranking in positions 1–50 in the organic search results.
In Senuto, you can check the number of keywords in the TOP 3, TOP 10, and TOP 50 in two modules: Visibility Analysis and Rank Tracker.
Visibility Analysis shows all the keywords from the Senuto database for which your website shows up in Google. With this tool, you’ll find out for which keywords your website is ranking in positions 1–50 in the search results.
Rank Tracker serves to monitor the position of your (or any) website for your chosen keywords. Add your target keywords to the project and see the shifts in your visibility. It’ll help you keep tabs on the progress of your SEO.
Note! If you’ve noticed that your access to Senuto features is restricted (no access to Visibility Analysis or Keyword Explorer), you’re probably using a “Rank Tracker User” account. In this plan, you can only access Rank Tracker projects assigned to your account. Instructions for conducting the comparison in the Rank Tracker are available in the second part of this article (“Rank Tracker”).
If you’re a “Rank Tracker User”, skip this part and go straight to the other (“Rank Tracker”).
To see your ranking keywords in Google, provide the domain name and click on “Analyse”.
The system will inspect the website and display relevant information, including the number of its ranking keywords in the TOP 3, TOP 10, and TOP 50.
To retrace the rankings of the website over a specified time frame, scroll down to the chart below the main statistics. Then select the dates (1) and the range of positions you’d like to see on the chart (2).
Move the cursor over the chart to see the number of the website’s ranking keywords in TOP 3, TOP 10, and TOP 50 on that day.
To see the ups and downs of your website’s rankings for its main keywords, select Rank Tracker from the top menu.
If you’re only interested in the total number of your ranking keywords in the TOP 3, TOP 10, or TOP 50, the information is available in the Positions column. If you’re looking for details, click on the image or project name.
You’ll be redirected to the overview section. Here you can select the date (1) and narrow down the list of keywords you need to check (2). Keywords have been added and organized in groups during project creation.
To learn more about Senuto word groupings and Rank Tracker settings, click here.
To see the ebb and flow of your website’s visibility in greater detail, analyse the visibility chart.
The chart contains information on the visibility of project keywords on selected dates. If you need to focus on any particular angle – let’s say, only the TOP 10 – apply the filters available on the left side of the chart.