After a long wait, we finally saw the May Core Update. When the update started, the Rank Risk Index reported violent SERP fluctuations starting on May 26th. Fluctuation levels quickly returned to normal the following day and remained that way until Google announced that the update was over.
The story was far from over.
We then saw violent SERP fluctuations starting again on July 20th. What’s more, the fluctuations continued all the way to June 29th.
We can only speculate that the updates are related.
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?
In this post, I’ll be showing you how to make the most of video in SEO. I’ll be getting into how to research video topics that are designed to rank in both YouTube and Google. I’ll also get into some video optimization best practices.