Senuto empowers you to learn which keywords give your domain a position in the TOP 10 organic search results in Google.
In Senuto, you can check the number of a website’s ranking keywords in the SERPs in two tools:
Visibility Analysis – to see for which keywords your website shows up on Page One in Google;
Rank Tracker – to monitor how SEO translates to your website’s rankings for your target keywords in Google.
Note! If you’re using Senuto as a “Rank Tracker User”, you don’t have access to Visibility Analysis or Keyword Explorer. With this type of account, you can access only a project you’ve been assigned. In order to gain access to all Senuto modules, purchase one of our plans.
If you’re a “Rank Tracker User”, skip the “Visibility Analysis” part and go straight to “Rank Tracker”.
If you wish to check which and how many of your ranking keywords are in the TOP 10, go to Positions.
To inspect your domain, enter the address and then click on “Analyse”.
The system will analyze the domain and generate a Positions Distribution chart.
The data presents the distribution of your website’s positions for various keywords in Google.
More information on the Positions report is available HERE.
More information is available under the chart. The table shows data about keywords in positions 1–50.
To obtain information about keywords in the TOP 10, you need to use the right filter.
Click on “Filter+” and then select “Position”.
Select position range you’re interested in. In this case, you’re looking for the TOP 10, but you need to choose values less than or equal to 10. Click on “Apply”.
Now the table presents data on the website’s ranking keywords in the TOP 10 of the search results. You can inspect not only positions but also a set of other information on the selected keyword (more on metrics used in Senuto).
To see which of your project keywords in Rank Tracker place your website amongst the TOP 10 search results, select Rank Tracker from the top menu and click on the right project.
Go to Positions. Then select the range of positions you’re interested in. In this case, you’re looking for the TOP 10, so select the numbers from 1 to 10 (values less than or equal to 10).
Click on “Apply”.
The table will provide you with data on your project keywords in the TOP 10, including not only positions, but also a set of other metrics.
Now you know for which keywords your website shows up in the TOP 10. Use this knowledge to fight against your competition for better visibility in Google. If you wish to check the rankings of various websites in Google, go to Senuto.