Every week, we gather a lot of data from the Web, analyze it, and then display it in various forms on our flagship product, the Searchmetrics Suite. Within the Suite’s Quick Analysis tool, there’s a feature called the Weekly Movers & Shakers, which displays the top 100 domains with the greatest gains and losses from […]

Today we released a new version of the suite that has new features, improvements, and a lot more data coming in to ensure that we keep the largest and freshest database of all the SEO analytics tools that are on the market. Searchmetrics aspiration is to provide you the data immediately after aggregation. Especially for […]

December 9th, 2010 | General No comments

Every week, we gather a lot of data from the Web, analyze it, and then display it in various forms on our flagship product, the Searchmetrics Suite. Within the Suite’s Quick Analysis tool, there’s a feature called the Weekly SEO Movers & Shakers, which displays the top 100 domains with the greatest gains and losses […]

  SEO can be fun – but it’s still a serious matter. For this reason, the use of a professional analysis suite is not simply a diversion – it should be as effective as possible and undertaken with results in mind. But sometimes you hear that it simply isn’t happening this way… So I have […]

December 6th, 2010 | Analysis No comments

Welcome to the first chapter of “Introducing the Searchmetrics Suite” series where we will be showcasing one of the Suite’s main features every week. This week, we will be talking about the “Quick Analysis” feature. What is it? The “Quick Analysis” feature within the Searchmetrics Suite search analytics software provides instant access to weekly data […]

Today we’re looking at keywords. With a reasonably large site it is simply impossible to keep an eye on all (!) search terms. The Searchmetrics Suite Performance module already identifies 100,000 or 300,000 searches for which a domain is found. So how do you manage an overview of all this? It would be wrong to […]

November 23rd, 2010 | General 3 comments

When news about the largest, most used, website partnering with what has always been considered an “underdog” in the search world hits, everyone is left speculating.

November 18th, 2010 | General No comments

Searchmetrics’ first year sponsoring and attending PubCon Las Vegas surpassed our expectations in many ways – meeting new friends, tapping into extraordinary knowledge and gaining a new understanding of the road before us. Between Google’s Matt Cutts and The New York Times’ David Pogue, there were dozens of stand-out sessions. For Searchmetrics, it wasn’t the […]

November 17th, 2010 | Events, General 1 comment

Is it time to confront the elephant in the search marketing industry’s living room? There’s so much demand for search these days that sometimes the main block to agency expansion is the fact that agency teams don’t have the time to do all the work that’s coming their way. Search is obviously a technical discipline […]

October 20th, 2010 | General 6 comments

While this year’s SMX East may have seen fewer attendees, the amount of knowledge shared by the panelists and attendees was vast.  It could have been budget constraints or simply the difficulty of getting a cab in the rain to the Javits Center that lowered attendance, but it is clear that this year’s SMX was […]

October 8th, 2010 | General No comments