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How to Track Keywords: 6 SEO Keyword Tracking Tips for Pros

Looking for an easy way to track keywords? Try ProRankTracker for FREE. If you’re new to SEO, you’ve probably heard a ton of “keyword talk.” Words like “short-tail,” “long-tail,” “volume,” and “difficulty.”  You probably have questions. Like, “What do those words mean?” And “How do I find keywords to track?” More importantly, “How do I […]

MyRanks Clients and Teammates mobile app got revamped!

We are happy to announce that we’ve just released a complete overhaul of the MyRanks Mobile app on Google Play and App Store   What is MyRanks? While the PRT app is the mobile app we offer you to manage your ProRankTracker account, MyRanks is a mobile app for reporting to your clients and teammates with their […]

New Flexible Plans Structure and a Bigger Annual Discount

We’re happy to announce the details of our updated plans structure, as can be seen here. For both simplicity and flexibility, we introduce 3 tiers of plans: Starter, Pro and Agency. The tiers have differences in features, and in each tier, you will find multiple plans with different terms quotas to choose from. It basically means that with the newly […]

ProRankTracker’s Mobile App Got Revamped!

We have just released the new version of ProRankTracker’s mobile app to Google Play and App Store. This version is a complete overhaul of our app, and we are sure that you’re going to love it! With the PRT app, you can check your rankings anywhere, anytime! You can view historical rankings on a calendar view and progress on a graph. […]

How do negative reviews impact Google rankings?

We have often written about the impact of reviews on brand building and overall business growth. But now a big question is finally getting an official insight tip and straight from Google’s mouth no less! Negative reviews have been considered as a negative ranking signal for ten years now. But we didn’t have too many […]

Mobile-first indexing for ALL websites by the end of 2020. Are you ready?

Early this year some webmasters were greeted with this notice in their search console: “Mobile-first indexing issues detected on site” This notice might seem alarming at first. But the good news here is if your website gets notified by Google, this means you still have time to adapt your website to Google’s mobile-first standards. You […]