Recently, I have introduced to all of you a SEO Tool that tracks your website positions for keywords or key phrases for a specific URL on Google, Yahoo, and Bing. KPMRS (Keyword Position Monitoring Report Service) is a tool that will inform you of changes in your web rankings for your targeted keywords, as it happens, by email. As I was checking today my new rankings, I’ve found out another feature that I have overlooked the last time I mentioned about this tool. This feature is called the website discovery tool.
What is the website discovery tool?
This tool is a one of a kind weapon for your SEO Arsenal. What this tool does is that it shows you a list of new keywords for which your website was discovered and clicked on through Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines on a specific date. Say that your website receives some traffic from search engines for multiple keywords, say 100 visits from 40 different keywords daily. At this point, it is very complicated to find out if your website was discovered for any new keyword (if any), unless you download your keywords and start analyzing them manually. What I like about this tool is that it will do this job automatically giving you the information you need at a click of a button.
Here is an example of a report generated today for iBlogZone. While this might not seem much to you, please note that these are new keywords that received clicks through to my site yesterday.
To use this tool, you need to have a Google account and Google Analytics tracking installed on your website. You then authorize KPMRS (OAUT) to integrate your Google Analytics account with your KPMRS Account in order to generate this report.