The next step is figuring out which sites are ranking highest in Google and Bing for particular keywords. There are tools for doing this work as well like AWR Cloud to find out which websites are top ranked for various SEO keyword queries, as well as which sites are trending up or down over the past week or months. AWR provides all the ranking content across multiple keywords for different websites. … [Read more...] about What is the Best Way of Competitor Analysis in SEO?
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Benefit of Competitor Backlinks:- The very first thing is that you can check the competition on the same keyword which you are working on. Another benefit is that you can find the good links on your competitor’s blog and add links from that site on your blog. You can compare your domain with the someone‘s domain so you can work on your domain to make it more powerful. Also, you can check that who if follow your links so you can aware of them. Don’t Forget to Read: Advanced Guide to Building a PBN SEO : Private Blog Network … [Read more...] about How to Find Competitor Backlinks Analysis for SEO?
Judging from Geek Me Box’s backlink profile, this isn’t the most fruitful approach. While I may not immediately pursue this tactic for 1Up Box, it’s worth noting that it’s a strategy 1Up Box’s competition is executing. … [Read more...] about Search competitor analysis: backlinks, keywords and pages
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You should add more keywords once you start the campaign but for now we are just trying to learn as much about each type of query space as we can. We like to start with this method because each type of query space ( Navigational, Informational and Transactional ) generally has different requirements so often you see each query type has a different set of “players“. We don’t need as many benchmarks at this point because we are only at the research phase so using a smaller set of competitors is more cost effective. To some extent this process never stops when you are monitoring your competitors as a means of understanding SERP flux and recon when events like Panda and Penguin occur! … [Read more...] about How to Discover and Choose Competitors for an SEO Project –