Summary – new feature

I’ve added a new feature to SheerSEO. A Summary screen. It shows summarized data, collected from several indicators within the site. Currently it gives only a few indications, but more will come in the near future. Here is a snapshot taken from the demo account, where we monitor our own site, sheerseo.com: As you can […]

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Estimated Clicks

A new feature on SheerSEO I just launched today is the estimated clicks per search term. Here is a snapshot from our own site’s data (you can see the full results in our online software demo): You can see in the snapshot that there is a new column called “Estimated Clicks”. It shows the estimated […]

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Tracking Twitter Mentions – New Feature

I’m excited to announce a new feature was launched today at SheerSEO. We now track Twitter mentions of your site in Twitter. The buzz around Twitter is so big, and it seems it has become such a valuable way to promote your services, so it is high time to track that also. Many users may […]

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Supporting Multiple Localizations – New Feature

Up until now, you could use SheerSEO to track your keywords in one localization (combination of country and language). So, for example, you could track your keywords for United Kingdom, or United States. But what happens if you have audience in multiple countries, like we do, or if you happen to live in a country […]

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New Feature – Historical Rankings Snapshot

I’ve just launched a new feature that will help viewing historical rankings. Up until now, SheerSEO only enabled viewing historical results in a graph showing a single search term’s rankings over time. This is nice, but some times people want to see the many search terms at the same time, like the table in the […]

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Thinking About “Number of Referrers” Indication

For a long time I an frustrated with this indication in SheerSEO. It shows an estimation of the number of sites linking to your site according to Google and Yahoo. While this estimation might be helpful, it is not very accurate and causes a lot of confusion for people that think that this is number […]

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Segmentation of Keywords

One of the issues that keeps being asked for lately is the segmentation of keywords. The idea is that there should be an easy way to group keywords in relation to importance, activity or simply by subject. Once this is defined it could be used for sorting and filtering. There are a few ideas on […]

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Added Support for Bing

With Microsoft re-branding of their search engine and with the cooperation between the 2nd and 3rd biggest search engines, Bing and Yahoo, I decided it is high time to support Bing. I got to admit this was never a big issue to our clients that we didn’t support Bing, but this was mentioned from time […]

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XML API

We have recently added XML API to SheerSEO. This should be useful for those of you who wish to write their own UI or for applications that want to embed SheerSEO data in their current interface. It currently only supports showing the current SERPs and the historical SERPs search terms, but if there will be […]

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Funny Bing Search

Just wanted to share with you a funny search I did on the new Bing search engine. While developing code for tracking SERPs on Bing I tried monitoring bing.com website to see how it is ranked. The most obvious search string I could think of was “search engine”, so here is what I got: First […]

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