Domain Tracking

We will improve your SEO strategy with keyword tracking, internal linking, competitor analysis, and more


30-day tracking of one domain

$67

 1 day order    

This package includes:

  • Keywords To Track (Daily) - 100
  • WDF*IDF Analysis (Content) - 50
  • Keyword Research (Monthly) - 30
  • Results By Keyword Research - 50
  • Cannibalization And Thin Content Tracking - 5
  • Competitor Visibility Graph Analysis - 10
  • Results By Visibility Analysis - 10
  • Geolocalized Tracking
  • Real Search
  • Internal Pagerank
  • Semantic Prominence
  • Internal Linking

30-day tracking of two domains

$97

 1 day order    

This package includes:

  • Keywords To Track (Daily) - 200
  • WDF*IDF Analysis (Content) - 100
  • Keyword Research (Monthly) - 60
  • Results By Keyword Research - 100
  • Cannibalization And Thin Content Tracking - 10
  • Competitor Visibility Graph Analysis - 25
  • Results By Visibility Analysis - 25
  • Geolocalized Tracking
  • Real Search
  • Internal Pagerank
  • Semantic Prominence
  • Internal Linking

30-day tracking of three domains

$147

 1 day order    

This package includes:

  • Keywords To Track (Daily) - 300
  • WDF*IDF Analysis (Content) - 150
  • Keyword Research (Monthly) - 100
  • Results By Keyword Research - 150
  • Cannibalization And Thin Content Tracking - 20
  • Competitor Visibility Graph Analysis - 50
  • Results By Visibility Analysis - 50
  • Geolocalized Tracking
  • Real Search
  • Internal Pagerank
  • Semantic Prominence
  • Internal Linking

Comparing packages

Package Basic
$67
Standard
$97
Premium
$147
Keywords To Track (Daily) 100 200 300
WDF*IDF Analysis (Content) 50 100 150
Keyword Research (Monthly) 30 60 100
Results By Keyword Research 50 100 150
Cannibalization And Thin Content Tracking 5 10 20
Competitor Visibility Graph Analysis 10 25 50
Results By Visibility Analysis 10 25 50
Geolocalized Tracking
Real Search
Internal Pagerank
Semantic Prominence
Internal Linking
Total $67
$97
$147

Frequently Asked Questions

What is WDF*IDF?

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WDF*IDF is an analysis method that can be used within the scope of search engine optimization to determine keywords and terms that sustainably increase the relevance of published texts, and, therefore, the entire website. It’s a formula that multiplies the two values of Within Document Frequency (WDF) and Inverse Document Frequency (IDF). The result is the relative term frequency (also term weighting) of a document, relative to all other web documents which also contain the keyword included in the analysis. Before the WDF*IDF analysis can be run, you first need to determine the two factors mentioned.

What is SEO cannibalization?

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The basic definition of SEO cannibalization refers to the situation when more than one URL of our website appears in the search results for the same search query, undermining our ability to rank towards the top of the search. We say then that one URL is cannibalizing the other one.

What is keyword cannibalization?

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Keyword cannibalization is when multiple pages on a website target the same or similar keywords and compete against each other to hurt the site’s organic performance. For example, let’s say we have two pages about technical SEO. If we could get more organic traffic overall by combining the two pages into one, that’s a cannibalization issue. The existence of those two pages is eating away at our organic performance.

What is link building?

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Link building is the process of acquiring hyperlinks from other websites to your own. A hyperlink (usually just called a link) is a way for users to navigate between pages on the Internet. Search engines use links to crawl the web. They will crawl the links between the individual pages on your website, and they will crawl the links between entire websites. Not all links are deliberately built by SEOs or marketers. Many of them will be created for a range of reasons, such as a journalist covering a news story and linking to a source, or a blogger who loves their new coffee machine so much that they link to the retailer who sold it to them. Acquiring links that you didn’t ask for is the nirvana of SEO. It's always something that you should be striving for and building towards over the long term. You do this by putting in the work to make your website link-worthy, whether that’s through a great product or aspect of your service, or via producing great content that is referenced by other websites. Alongside this long-term approach, you can also leverage a range of link building techniques which allow you to build your authority and increase your chances of ranking well and getting traffic from organic search.

What is internal pagerank?

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Internal page rank is the transmission of authority, or strength, from one link to another. Not managing the internal page rank of a web page is a very common mistake. Very common mistake that directly affects the performance you (or your client) expect from that digital (or your client) of that digital project. The Internal Page rank function gives more strength and authority to the most relevant or hardest to rank URLs that are more relevant or more difficult to position.