Compare SERP allows to check what kind of changes occurred in TOP10/20/50 search results for a given keyword. If the rank of your domain dropped, another domain had to take its place!
Once you’ve completed your analysis, you’ll know how the things are on Google in terms of the keywords you’re interested in. Go to the Rank Tracker module and try it out.
How to use Compare SERP?
To run an analysis, choose:
A keyword to analyze
Dates to compare. You can choose more than one date. To add another date, click ADD DATE +.
First 10 positions are displayed by default. You can change it in Choose positions; from TOP10 to TOP20 or TOP50.
To make the analysis easier, we marked in red those URLs which fell out of the selected range when compared to the last date (chronologically), and in green those URLs which recently got into it.
Here is an example of how this information can be interpreted:
With the selected TOP10 range, you can observe that on May 17 nytimes.com was ranked 10, but on May 23 (another range) it’s not in TOP10 anymore; that’s why it’s marked in red – it fell out of the range
In the third column there’s steelseries.com which is marked both in red and in green. Red means that the domain isn’t in TOP10 anymore on June 6, green means that it wasn’t in TOP10 on May 23.
The last column shows newegg.com that’s marked in green because it wasn’t in TOP10 on May 31.
If you want a more detailed analysis, you can download results in an XLS file. Read more about exports here.