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Full CSV export capabilities

Extract any of your SEOmonitor data on demand, without worrying about limits or extra costs.

Updated over a week ago

The feature described in this article might be available only for Tracked Campaigns. Learn more.

To help you prepare for presentations or custom reports, we've enabled a few different export options in CSV format, without any restriction. Just like we did with the API access.

How does this work?

In every SEOmonitor module or interface where your data is rendered, you can request a CSV export of it.

The export request is processed in the background, and a download link is then sent via email when ready. Depending on the amount of data requested (like keyword number or timeframe), it can take from a few seconds to several minutes.

Note: We do all the processing in the background rather than giving you a direct download because some exports take longer than your browser would accept to wait. This way, you can continue working on the app while your export gets ready in the background.

Except for the few exports that can be made by direct download, all CSV exports will be available in the Exports section:


  • All exports are created for the selected timeframe, the default selection being the last 30 days.

  • The exports carry any filters or searches you have applied to the view: you’re exporting the current view, be it filtered or on aggregated keywords, for example.

Types of data you can export

Organic Traffic exports

The Traffic section offers two options:

  • export the keyword organic traffic data displayed in the table;

  • export the keyword organic traffic data displayed in the chart, where you can run comparative traffic analyses over specific timeframes.

SEO Campaign exports

In the Strategy View of the Rank Tracker, you have multiple export options available:

  • With the Keywords structure export in the top stats menu, you can export the keywords within any selected group or folder along with the names of all the groups they're a part of.

  • You also have multiple other options to export

    • the metrics included in the current view,

    • the top 20 ranking pages of all the keywords in the current view,

    • all the daily ranks, and

    • the landing pages of all the keywords in the current view with their latest ranks.

    Note: The URL/landing pages in any export currently are only the latest landing pages for the keywords, and not those that ranked on the days of the selected timeframe. The option to export historical ranking URLs or landing pages is currently not available.

  • In the Groups sidebar menu, you can export

    • Groups data, including keyword count, corresponding search volumes, Visibility metric, and trend, and

    • Groups structure, that lists all groups and their nesting folders.

  • You can download the Year-over-Year search trend data at a group or keyword level:

  • You can also download the monthly search volume and their trends on a keyword level from the keyword explainer sidebar:

  • Download Visibility data from the chart for a specific group and timeframe:


If you want to export all the keyword data along with their folder structure, you can either

  • export the keywords in each folder view separately and combine them, or

  • blend the Keywords structure export on the All groups view and the Group structure export.

Competition exports

In the Competition View of the Rank Tracker, you can find the following export options:

  • Competitors' ranks: In the top stats menu, export the keyword data on your website and your selected competitors (SERP feature presence on the keywords in the group, Search Volumes, % Clicks, Visibility, ranks, and trends):

  • Visibility: On the Competitors Visibility chart, you can export both your and your competitors' daily Visibility Scores:

Forecast exports

You can export the data for all keywords included in a Forecast Scenario or Objective.

To do this, expand the Options menu in the top-right of the main header, and select Export as CSV:

API exports

Another option for exporting raw data is directly through the API.

It is available for all accounts with an active subscription and you can read more about it in the dedicated article.

Use cases

These exports come in handy when you need to further process the data from SEOmonitor in spreadsheets or other tools. If you’re exporting only to later process the data in Google Sheets, we’d recommend using our Sheets Addon.

You can also pull data from SEOmonitor into Google Looker Studio, to create your own customized reports. Read this guide for a step-by-step process of connecting your SEOmonitor campaign data to Looker Studio.

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