SEOmonitor automatically detects and highlights the keywords where the website doesn't have a relevant landing page (yet) or where you’re not ranking with your set desired one, but also where there are several ranking landing pages that cannibalize each other, or where your desktop and mobile landing pages rank significantly different.

How does this work?

There are a few types of issues that are marked with a red warning icon on the landing page column in the keyword table:

Missing landing page

If a keyword is not detected in the first 100 results of the Google SERP, we further analyze it by performing a secondary Google search. This time around, we are limiting the Google results for the tracked website (using an operation – site:Example.com KeywordName).

  • If Google returns any results, we store the first result’s landing page as the best landing page of the website for that keyword. Until it enters the top 100, we keep that landing page associated with the keyword.

  • If Google doesn’t return any result, we mark the keyword as missing landing page.


Desired landing page not ranking

You can define a Desired URL yourself and know when the keyword is ranking with it in the SERP:

...or not yet:

Page cannibalization issues

The system automatically checks all keywords every day for cannibalization issues, on both devices. If in the last 30 days, the website was ranking with a different landing page in the SERP, switching these pages twice or more, the system marks the keyword as having a cannibalization issue.

Note that even if you have fixed these issues and have consistently been ranking with the same page over the last few days, you might still see the cannibalization warning, because it happened within the last 30 days. Once that timeframe passes, you’ll see it as expected, with no issues.


Device rank discrepancy

This happens when the desktop landing page is ranking in Top 20 for the keyword, while its mobile landing page is not ranking at all, or viceversa.


Besides the regular filters, these keywords with page issues can easily be filtered and exported through the keyword table:

You also find them automatically grouped through the predefined Issues folder:

Use-cases

There are some types of content issues that only a rank tracker can identify, completing your technical auditing tool portfolio:

  • Identify any potential cannibalization issues that impede the website from consistently ranking in the best position.

  • Identify any keywords without a relevant landing page, in order to start creating the required content or choose to remove the keyword from the strategy.

  • Set desired landing pages and quickly spot if not ranking with them.

  • Spot keywords with potential issues on their different device landing pages.



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