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Meet the all new, better, and higher quality Rankpanel

After redesigning the content pages, as well as adding a Feedback form (please tell us how can we improve Rankpanel or how much you like the changes!) we’re finally setting our sight on the app. Today we’re releasing new tables, a new help section, and laying the groundwork for something …

Rankpanel in the SEOquake toolbar

You know what would be great? If you’d have the SEOscore available to check any website you like while you’re surfing! And although a native Rankpanel toolbar is a bit off, you can easily get all the Rankpanel gold in your browser using another great tool: SEOquake. Adding a button …

Identifying your real SEO competition

A big part of SEO is picking the right enemies to fight. But with millions of results per keyword finding comparable competitors is no easy task. There are tools that suggest competitors automatically, however we found that they mostly list amazon and wikipedia, simply because they rank for so many …

Google earnings report – more money with less ads

Google just presented splendid results for Q2 2012. Only rarely does a company of that size and profitability show such growth rates. For us as online marketing professionals, obviously, Google is not just any company but to an extent a company that determines our jobs. Certain speculation erupted online about …

Communicating SEO data effectively

We have launched Rankpanel publicly 3 months ago. It’s been a great ride so far. First of all I would like to thank all our brave users for helping and supporting us. You guys are great! We feel very fortunate that our product was received so well all over the …

Obama vs Romney the SEO battle

In 4 months the US citizens will vote for a new president. The outcome of the upcoming election will be greatly influenced by how well both candidates perform online. Arguably, the web channel is more important in the US than in most other countries for several reasons. First of all, …

Tracking the Trackers

Because SEOs and search engine marketers work more and more together, Rankpanel includes tools for both parties. While the majority of our users register mainly for Rankpanel’s organic search capabilities, Rankpanel does also offer interesting SEM market research tools. One thing I find interesting is the tracking domain information. Tracking …

Data Monday – Top SEO discoveries (06/18/2012)

For all Rankpanel users each Monday is just a little bit more special. The reason is that we publish our weekly updates always on Mondays. As SEO is an always changing field be assured that every week starts with surprises. In the “Data Monday” series I will look at a …

Domain migration and SEO: An evidence-based analysis

Changing domain names is risky from a SEO perspective – but how risky is it really? Usually, when management decides to change domain names, we as SEOs can’t really do much but go with it. In many cases domain changes are driven by brand strategy and are C-level decisions. Other …

Google search parameters in 2012

Knowing the parameters Google uses in its search is not only important for SEO geeks. It allow you to use shortcuts and play with the Google filters. The parameters also reveal more juicy things: Is it safe to share your Google search URLs or screenshots of your Google results? This …