The Landing Page Ranking report shows the ranking keywords for each landing page on the campaign's tracking search engine. With this report, you can effectively analyze and compare how each page on your site is performing in each search engine.
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To get started, navigate to Landing Page Ranking under Ranking in the left navigation.
The top 2 callouts showing you a summary of the landing pages' performance:
Ranking URLs: The number of URLs on your site ranking in your selected search engine and tags in the chosen end date.
Top 10 URLs: The number of URLs on your site ranking within the top 10 organic positions in your selected search engine and tags in the chosen end date.
The table below shows all the ranking URLs of your campaign's site. Click the down arrow next to each URL to expand and view all the ranking keywords for each URL.
You can also use the Collapse All and Expand All button to perform bulk action for all URLs.
URL / Keywords: This column shows each URL that is ranked on your selected search engine and tag. Clicking on the URL will take you directly to the page.
Ranking Keywords: This column shows the total number of keywords a URL is ranking for, clicking on the icon button next to the number will expand the row and display ranking keywords for that URL
Ranking: The number shown in this column is the highest position this URL is ranking for out of all its ranking keywords. If you've expanded the row to view individual ranking keywords, ranking positions for each ranking keywords of the URL will be shown as well
∑ Monthly Search Volume: The total number of times all the ranking keywords are being searched for in search engines. We calculate this metric by adding up all the search volume of all ranking keywords the URL is ranking for. If you are in the expanded view search volume of each keyword will be displayed as well.
∑ Estimated Traffic: The estimated amount of monthly organic traffic sent to this site from the keywords. If you are in the expanded view traffic index of each keyword will be displayed as well.
If you have set up Google Analytics Integration. Organic Sessions and Organic Conversions data will be available on this page. Learn more about Analytics Integration here.
Organic Sessions: The total number of Organic Sessions that URL received in your selected date range
Organic Conversions: The total number of Organic Sessions that URL generated in your selected date range
Keyword data can be filtered by using the form at the top of the page. Click the expand button to reveal even more filtering options.
You may select any date range from the creation date of this campaign to the previous day.
Search engines added for this campaign are available to be viewed on this report.
Tags are one of the most powerful ways to segment your keywords. In this report, you can filter by one or more tags to see only the set of keywords you're interested in.
If multiple tags are selected, you can choose how keywords are chosen for inclusion on the report.
If Include any is selected, keywords that include any of the selected tags will be included.
If Include all is selected, only keywords that include all of the selected tags will be included.
You can even build more complex queries by adding another Tag filter. Just click +more
An additional Tag filter will now be available (joined with boolean AND logic).
For example, to view keywords that tagged as non-brand and either high or medium search volume, you could use the following filter:
By default, ranking data for the campaign's site will be shown on this page. To show ranking data for a competitor site, select it from the list.
Dragon Metrics tracks over 30 types of SERP Features (e.g. map packs, images, videos, featured snippets, people also ask, etc). By default, a site's presence in one of these rich results will be counted as an organic ranking. If you'd prefer to exclude these result types from being counted as organic ranking, set this field to No.
You can export data to Excel by clicking the icon found above the table to the right.