Something we always enjoy doing around here is announcing new features. Today we get to announce the beta launch of a new tool we’ve been working on called the Keysearch Explorer!
What is the Keysearch Explorer?
To give you a quick sum up, the Keysearch explorer is your one-stop shop, giving you access to loads of SEO data on any domain you want, all in one place. Here are some things the Explorer will show you.
- Domain Strength Score
- Difficulty Score to Target
- Backlink Counts
- Referring Domain Counts
- Incoming IP’s
- Nofollow/Dofollow Ratios
- Organic Ranking Keywords
- Top Competitors
- Organic Keyword Distribution
- Top Referring Domains
- Top Anchors
- Top TLD’s
Explore More Data
In addition to getting an overview of all these stats and metrics, you can also dive in further to our databases and get all the info on organic keywords, backlinks, top competitors, etc…
We’ve also included a domain strength metric and a “Score To Target” calculator which has been highly requested by many users. This shows you what keyword difficulty score range we feel your domain has the best chance of possibly getting to page 1!
There are so many great ways to use this data it’s impossible to name them all. We really encourage everyone to start taking the explorer for a spin as it will definitely help you in analyzing your own domain as well as competitors.
The Future is Bright
The Keysearch Explorer is currently in beta. Which means there will probably be some bugs and stability issues. As time goes on though and we make sure everything is stable, our databases will continue to grow much bigger. Giving you more and more data!
In the coming months, we will also be releasing more tools that use this data in different ways to further give you an advantage over your competitors.
Below is a video introduction to the tool. There’s more to come in the future so stay tuned!
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