Organic Competition Analysis

Organic Competition Analysis

“We research your competitors and see every keyword they rank on. We also uncover the exact content and backlinks (websites that point to them) that lets them outrank you. Skip the trial and error! Get the information you need right now!”

What works best for your competition?

Find out what works best for your competition and how they rank with this all-inclusive report.

  • What are the best websites for your keyword phrase

    • Get a list of websites that rank for your keyword phrase already with all of the details.
  • What websites link to your competitors?
    • With this information you can get a list of websites that link to your competitor that helps them with their rankings.
  • What kind of links point to them? (Blogs, News, Forums, etc.)
    • You can take and concentrate getting links to your website from the source that seems to help them out the most.
  • What keyword phrases are shared between all of your competitors?
    • This list is the prime list of keyword phrases that you should go for to help build traffic to your website.
  • What are the most valuable keyword phrases to your competitors?
    • It is nice to get a list of the most valuable keyword that can help you without the trial and error.

More Details of what is included in the report:
(Don’t worry I’ll write up a comprehensive report on what this information means and what you should do.)

  • What websites link for your keyword phrase
    (Backlinks)

    • What type of link is this?
      (Blog, News, Forums, etc.)
    • Competitor ranking for this keyword phrase.
    • Website page that links to your competitor.
    • Domain that links to your competitor.
    • Number of outbound links.
      (Number of links that are from your competitor)
    • Domain strength of competitor.
      (The stronger the domain the more you get a link from here.)
    • Number of organic clicks the competitor’s domain gets.
      (The more clicks they get the more valuable a link this will be.)
    • Number of organic clicks the competitor’s page gets.
      (If they get a lot of clicks/visits then this is a backlink you want!)
    • Number of ranked keywords competitor gets
      (Shows how well your competitor does in the industry.)
  • Competitor Backlinks
    • Websites that links to your competitor.
      (A list of websites that you need to get links from.)
    • Title tag of page linking to your competitor.
      (What subjects do these links have in common that you should use?)
    • Anchor text used in linking to your competitor.
      (Anchor text in links is valuable for helping you rank for the keyword phrase used in the anchor text.)
    • Spam score of link pointing to your competitor.
      (If they have a high spam score then this a link that you DO NOT want.)
    • Page authority of competitor.
      (How valuable is this competitor’s page in Google’s eyes?)
    • Domain authority of competitor.
      (How valuable is this competitor’s website in Google’s eyes?)
    • Number of domains linking to your competitor’s page.
      (This shows how many domains you need to point to your website to compete with this competitor.)
    • Whether link is no-follow or not.
      (The links marked as no-follow do not help in your rankings at all but can still drive traffic to your website from that page.)
    • Whether it is a 301 redirect or not.
      (A 301 redirect means that the link originated from another location so you will need a link to where it redirects to instead of what is listed.)
  • Backlinks shared between your competitors

    • URL of website that links to all of your competitors.
      (A list of all of the websites that link to all of your competitors.)
    • Title tag of page linking to all of your competitors.
      (Is there a common theme in the title tags that you should go after?)
    • Page authority of page linking to all of your competitors.
      (How important in Google’s eyes are these websites linking to your competitors.)
    • Crawl date when this information was obtained.
  • Shared Competitor Keyword Phrases between all of your competitors

    • Keyword Phrase
    • Cost Per Click for Broad, Phrase, and Exact Match
    • (How much this keyword phrase would cost in Google AdWords.)
    • Monthly Local Search Volume
      (Estimated number of times this keyword phrase is searched for locally per month.)
    • Monthly Global Search Volume
      (Estimated number of times this keyword phrase is searched for globally per month.)
    • Click Through Rate for Broad, Phrase, and Exact Match
      (The estimated percentage that a person will click on this keyword phrase when used in Google AdWords.)
    • SEO Difficulty
      (This tells you how difficult it is to rank for this keyword phrase organically (non pay-per-click).
  • What keyword phrase your competitors rank for right now

    • Keyword phrase
    • Web page where keyword phrase takes them to
    • What they rank position for each keyword phrase
    • Rank change from when they ranked from the keyword phrase last
    • Monthly local searches of keyword phrase
    • Monthly global searches of keyword phrase
    • Cost Per Click of keyword phrase for Broad, Phrase, and Exact Match
      (How much it would cost to bid on this keyword phrase in Google AdWords.)
    • Monthly Clicks of keyword phrase
      (How many times your competitor gets clicks from this keyword phrase.)
    • Monthly Value for keyword phrase
      (The estimated monthly value your competitor gets from this keyword phrase.)
    • SEO Difficulty for keyword phrase
      (How difficult it is to rank for this keyword phrase organically.)
  • A write-up on what all of this means and what you should do to help your website out.

 

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