As keywords tracked in your campaigns grows, sometime it can be hard to find the data you are looking for quickly, we designed our keyword filters to let you easily obtain the data you want from thousands of keywords very quickly.
Date Range - Here you can specify the day range you'd like to get data for, learn more.
Keyword Group - Select the keyword groups you'd like to view, you can select one or multiple instances of them by checking on the boxes in the drop down menu
Search Engine - Specify which search engines you'd like to look at exclusively, search engines available in this drop down menu will depends on how your selected keyword groups are configured
Begin Date position - You can choose the keywords than rank on specific position at the begin date
End Date position - You can choose the keywords than rank on specific position at the end date
Movement - You can use this filter to view keywords whose rankings have moved up by a certain amount, down by a certain amount, or stayed the same.
Keyword - You can filter by keywords that include the words you have entered.
Tags - When you are in Keyword Management page, you can add tags to each keyword so you can segment them in whatever way you like. Learn more about Keyword Tagging.
Include Universal Results - If you choose Yes in this filter, Dragon Metrics will show all the keyword ranking positions for your website, regardless of result types e.g. images, videos, local, news etc., more about Universal Result.
Site - This is the domain or website currently being displayed. By default, it will be set the campaign's primary domain. However, all competitor domains will be listed as well, select a competitor domain from this dropdown to see their rankings. Dragon Metrics can get ranking data for the same set of keywords for your competitor, learn more.
Ranking URL - This filter allows you to use rules to show only keyword that meet your desired ranking URLs criteria. To use different rule types, click on the drop down menu, and you will see a list of options as shown below:
After deciding which type of rule will be best suited for your filtering needs, you can enter the value in the text box next to the drop down menu. So if you want to look at your website blog's ranking performance, you can set a rule to only show ranking URL the "Begins with" "www.example.com/blog/"
After you've defining what you want to see and what doesn't which these filters, click on the Apply button and you will be presented with data only satisfy within your filtering criteria.