In March this year, Google announced that as of July 1, 2023, they will no longer be supporting Universal Analytics. This means the digital marketing community will be moving over to Google Analytics 4.
Now, it’s important to understand that GA4 is not built on the old Universal Analytics platform. This is a whole new platform with a whole new interface.
And, a new interface means a steep learning curve. That said, who can live without Google Analytics?
Realizing that you are most likely moving over to the new platform, we want to give you an opportunity to integrate your GA4 property with your Rank Ranger account.
This will give you the power to play with your data, presenting it any way you want.
Last week, we made a big announcement and our excitement is just starting to settle in. Rank Ranger has been acquired by Similarweb.
This isn’t just exciting for those of us who have worked tirelessly to build our beloved Rank Ranger product, but for our customers, this good news is just the beginning. This marks a great investment in the enablement of all SEO managers and will allow for new functionality in the coming months.
We understand that an acquisition can raise questions for our long-term users. Especially if you rely on our dashboards and reporting for the success of your business. First, we want to let you know that our number one priority is you, our customers, and our continued investment in our relationship.
Here are the key questions I’ll be answering for you in this post:
Will there be any big changes to the Rank Ranger functionality?
Having the perfect meta title and description, like a great book cover, are essential in getting users to continue to your website. They’re also a part of having a well-optimized page for Google to drool over. However, all too often the content that makes up a meta tag is truncated when it appears on the SERP. How can you hook users by your clever copy when it’s cut off before it even gets going? To keep your meta tag content crispy we’re happy to offer a free SEO tool, the SERPulator.
Here’s a quick look at what this SERP preview tool can do for your meta tags!
There is no question that winning a SERP Feature is one of the most effective ways to increase your site’s SERP visibility. So, when Google rolled out Web Stories on May 1st we took it as a new SERP feature opportunity.
Since Web Stories offer big SEO opportunities, we felt we wanted to help you take advantage of this new format.
In response to this, we’re really excited to announce that Rank Ranger is now tracking Google Web Stories in our rank tracking suite.
In this post, I'll be sharing what Web Stories are and how they are now seamlessly integrated into Rank Ranger's software.
As a marketer, it's important to track how your brand compares to your competitors. Not knowing this is like navigating a ship without plotting where your current location is. You’ll never know if you are nearing your destination if you don’t know where you currently are.
Wouldn't it be great if you had a 30, 000-foot view of your marketing campaign demonstrating where your brand stands in comparison to your competitors?
Hope no more, we just released a brand new metric designed to give you the big picture.
Getting a clear and easy understanding of your website's organic performance at the local level can get complicated really quickly. If you're looking for something a bit more accessible than extrapolating data from a series of tables and graphs then do I have a treat for you... Rank Ranger's Geo Insights report!
Here's how you can survey your site's performance across local markets around the world from multiple perspectives without driving yourself nuts in the process.
It’s hard to believe we’re already into Q2 of 2020. How time flies when you’re in quarantine! While we release dozens of updates over the course of a quarter, we figured we’d highlight the biggest product releases of Q1.
Here are the most notable SEO tools and reports we’ve released during the first four months of 2020!