The Organic Subdomains report shows the subdomains receiving the most estimated organic traffic for any root domain. This report can help you quickly understand which topics or areas of a site are ranking the best for a domain.

Accessing Organic Subdomains report

You can access the Organic Competitors by running a ranking research query for a root domain, and then clicking the Subdomains button in the top navigation.

Pie Chart

The pie chart at the top of the page shows the Traffic Index of each of each subdomain as a percent of the total Traffic Index for the site.

Table

  • Subdomain: The subdomain of this root domain that is receiving organic traffic

  • Positions: The total number of organic positions on the search engine results page occupied by URLs on this subdomain. This number may be different from Keywords, as one domain could have multiple URLs ranking for the same keyword

  • Traffic Index: The estimated amount of monthly organic traffic sent to this subdomain from Google in your selected country, based on keywords we track

  • Traffic Index as %: The percentage of traffic index of this subdomain as compared to all traffic for this root domain

Click on a subdomain in the table to see all of the ranking keywords for this part of the site.

Exporting Data

Click the Export to Excel button in the upper right of the report to download the data for this domain.

You can choose the number of rows (subdomains) to include in this report. Each row exported will consume 1 research credit. You can export up to the maximum number of subdomains available for this report, the amount of research credits remaining in your account, or the maximum number of rows available for your plan (whichever is less).

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