Serpstat is a SaaS all-in-one platform for competitor analysis, keyword research, position tracking, site audit and backlink research.
The service is designed for:
- collecting profitable, organic and paid keywords of your competitors to use them in your SEO and advertising;
- daily tracking of your rankings, as well as changes in your competitors' positions;
- in-depth domain or URL analysis against a range of ranking factor. The returned data will give you insight into issues that may negatively impact your search visability;
- backlink research. The data on the domain's link profile will help you identify toxic backlinks or find linking opportunities when researching a competitor.
Online shop managers
Our service will help them analyze keyword organic and paid search results, will show what keywords competing shops use to attract visitors to their websites and beat on in advertising. Ads texts, queries they are being triggered by, cost per click are all here on Serpstat.
Digital agencies while performing the whole range of tasks
Using Serpstat, SEO specialists reduce the amount of their work. For example, they can develop semantic core just in few minutes using competitor’s semantics, select phrases for internal linking, estimate domain’s visibility along with backlinks’ weight.
Serpstat will help avoid guess work while developing successful advertising campaign: discover here the best keywords as well as negative keywords, level of keyword competition, and average CPC.
Copywriters and journalists for creating content that drives traffic.
It is easy to find topics for fascinating articles when you have at your disposal: volume of search queries and a huge number of search suggestions (phrases that pop up while you’re entering a particular word into the search engine). Serpstat will also identify questions related to a keyword that users are seeking answers to.
To quickly learn how to use Serpstat, please visit these sources:
- Read our User’s Guide
- Watch short video tutorials.
- See the Use Cases section.
- Subsribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date on the freshest learning content (you can do this on our blog main page).
- Read the news posts and guides on Serpstat blog.
Please feel free to contact us via chat on the website or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Serpstat is not doing SEO or PPC services.
The platform is designed for digital marketing professionals.
Removal is not possible. The data we show is based on information that is publicly available. Although, if your website is beyond the top-100 Google and top-50 Yandex, it won’t show in our database.
We are parsing Google top 100 and Yandex top 50 search results for each keyword from our database.
The stats on the number of keywords, domains, search suggestions or ads in our database can be found here.
Keywords the website shows its ads for are probably not present in our database. The reason for this can be a low search volume for the keyword.
If the website is not ranking in Google top-100 or Yandex top-50, the analytics data for it won’t be available either.
Serpstat has data for the following countries and regions:
- Yandex Moscow
- Yandex Saint Petersburg
- Yandex Ukraine
- Yandex Yekaterinburg
There are several reasons why you see different positions in SERP and Rank Tracker.
1. Private Results. Search engines create personalized SERPs based on your search and browser history.
2. Search Filters. For example, your search parameters may be set to show only results from the last 24 hours.
3. Typos. Even slight difference in spelling or word order may cause the difference in positions.
4. Search Engine Updates. Search engines update SERPs constantly and sometimes the time of the update for your target keyword is different for rank tracker and search engine.
5. Search Region. Looking up the same queries in different areas will give different results, Make sure that you’re checking SERPs from the same area that you set in your Rank Tracker.
The data on keywords and domains from our database is updated continually. However, due to the large size of the database we're not able to fully update the whole database every day. High-volume keywords are updated more frequently than the low-volume ones. The full database update cycle can take up to a month.
The Keyword Distribution Chart in the Overview report shows the data from our database as of the current date.
The possible reasons are as follows:
- the researched domain is not ranking in Google top 100 or Yandex top 50 search results for any keywords;
- the keywords domain is ranking for are missing from our database due to low search volume. Our database contains keywords with search volume of at least 10 more monthly searches.
If your AdWords campaign has been launched recently, we may have not yet noticed your paid keywords, or when we updated the data on keywords from our database, your competitors' ads were shown in paid search results. You may also have used some narrow location targeting. There's a bunch of possible reasons for the missing data on your ads and paid keywords.
Possible reasons for this:
- personalized search results for your query
- we show data from our database - it's not possible to update this large data amount on a daily basis. For this purpose, we recommend to use Serpstat Rank Tracker.
- volatile search results as a result of Google algorithm testing or updates
SERP features are search results that go beyond the standard blue link and a few lines of page description. These may include answer boxes, knowledge graphs, carousels, local packs with maps and dozens of other elements. You'll see special icons beside keywords that produce such features in the search results:
The SERP features are covered in our complete guide to Google SERP.
The export file for keywords contains a column ''Types of Keywords", and the JSON answer for an API request for keyword data also has this key-value pair, "types".
Now, let's find out what these values mean.
|a_box_dictionary||dictionary (keyword definition, transcription, pronunciation)|
|a_box_dtime||date and time|
|a_box_fsnippet||large snippet with a link to the source|
|a_box_map||map with direction or address|
|a_box_nutrition||food calorie calculator|
|a_box_some||bio dates, addresses and so on|
|a_box_sports||sports events, scores, and schedule|
|a_box_stock||stock market chart|
|a_box_when_is||date of event — answer to question|
|ads_bot||ads below the organic search results|
|ads_rhs||ads to the right of the organic search results — rarely seen|
|ads_top||ads above the organic search results|
|also_asks||people also ask|
|car_loan_calc||auto loan calculator|
|discover_places||popular destinations (a block beside related searches)|
|kn_graph_brand||brand knowledge graph|
|kn_graph_carousel_list||carousel — single row of items, each of them leading to a new search results page|
|kn_graph_carousel_table||carousel — several rows of items, each of them leading to a new search results page|
|kn_graph_disambiguation||other the search results below the knowledge graph on the right side of the SERP|
|kn_graph_health||rich results with disease description|
|kn_graph_hotel_booking||room booking — part of a knowledge graph|
|kn_graph_local||knowledge graph with a map|
|news||top stories (news block)|
|related_search||related searches, search suggestions|
|shopping_rhs||shopping ads on the right side of the SERP|
|shopping_top||shopping ads above the organic search results|
|snip_breadcrumbs||breadcrumbs instead of a URL|
|snip_doc_type||document type label beside the title|
|snip_https||https in the URL|
|snip_image_thumbnail||an image in the snippet|
|snip_info||additional info — contacts, events, dates, founders, chemical composition...|
|snip_reviews_stars||snippet contains the content rating (with asterisks)|
|snip_search_box||a search bar within the snippet|
|snip_sitelinks||snippets contains links to other site categories|
|snip_twitter||block with tweets|
|snip_video_thumbnail||snippets contains a video icon|
|video||the SERP contains at least one snippet with a video icon|
Plans and pricing
The plans differ primarily in the number of queries available per day and the number of returned results per query, keywords to track and pages to audit.
A query is a request you make to our database when entering a keyword or domain for research or navigating between reports on the service.
The limits for results per report imply that there's a fixed maximum number of results you can get per report.
For instance, let's take a closer look at Plan B limits. With Plan B, you can get up to 15 000 strings in a report. If a domain is ranking for 25 000 keywords, you'll get the first 15 000 results. To export all keywords of the domain, you'd need to upgrade to Plan C (40 000 strings per report).
Except for Plan A (which doesn't provide access to "Missing Keywords" and "Cluster Research", Serpstat API and Google KZ database), all plans offer the same tools.
Starting with Plan B, users can access "Missing Keywords" and "Cluster Research", as well as get data via API.
Starting with Plan D, users are provided access to the Google KZ database.
The limits for "Site Audit", "Keyword Clustering and Text Analytics" and API are given for 1 month. 1 month equals 30 days, irrespective
You can turn on/off the recurring payment in your account details:
If you have already subscribed to a paid plan and want to upgrade to a higher-level plan, you can simply proceed to the new plan checkout on the Pricing page. The unused funds from the previous plan will be transferred to the new plan subscription.
Feel free to contact us via website chat or in Skype (support.serpstat) if you need help or advice :)
There're at least 5 ways to get a discount, a promo code or even a free access to Serpstat - they're listed on the Discounts page.
When proceeding to the checkout, you'll see a "Got a discount?" field. Enter your discount code and click on "Pay"
1. Go to your Account Details
2. Click on the "I have a free trial coupon" button and enter the code.
We offer legal entities an opportunity to purchase a subscription based on a public offer. For details, please contact our support team via online chat or at the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, you can't. Both accounts will be blocked.
But you can create one account and earn money via our affiliate program - get up to 30% from each payment made by users registered via your affiliate link.
The easiest and fastest way to reach out to Serpstat team is to use the online chat on our website. You can access it by:
1. clicking on the "Ask" button in the upper section of the website.
2. clicking on the "Contact us" menu option at the bottom of the page.
3. simply clicking on the green chat icon in the bottom right corner.
Also, you can email us at email@example.com.
We're always there ready to help you :)
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Yes! If you have a idea on an outstanding feature that could be implemented on Serpstat, we'll put it on our development list.
Please tell us about your suggestion via online chat or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Serpstat's application programming interface (API) allows you to get the raw data from Serpstat without having to manually log in to the service. With API calls, you will be able to get data right in your browser without navigating to Serpstat's website.
We offer API free of charge for all our paid subscriptions.
The API documentation page will guide you through working with Serpstat's API.
Reach out to us via online chat on our website or email us at email@example.com.
Serpstat SERP Tracking allows you to get the top 100 search results for a keyword delivered via API in the JSON format. The developer-friendly API parses the SERPs in the specified location for 100 000 keywords in one hour - unbelievably powerful and amazingly convenient way to get the accurate data on your rankings right into your computer, CRM or app. Focus on your SEO, and let Serpstat do the tracking work for you.
Simple, powerful and precise. SERP tracking allows accurate city-based tracking in the location of your choice- over 12 000 cities supported. Get the rankings for 100 000 keywords in just one hour for a reasonable price- rank tracking has never been easier!
Serpstat stores the crawled data for 24 hours upon the crawling completion.
The pricing starts with $0,001 per query for more than 1 000 000 queries per month, and $0,0013 per query if you have less than 1 000 000 queries per month.
To get the total price for the necessary number of queries, please use the pricing plan calculator on the SERP Tracking page.
Please use the Send Request form on the SERP Tracking page to contact us. We’ll get back to you in the shortest amount of time.
You can get the top 100 search results for any number of keywords in any country and 12 000 cities around the globe from Google or Yandex search engine, provided that the order amount is at least $300.
The order amount should be at least $300. Please use the pricing plan calculator on the SERP Tracking page to get your rank tracking service price for necessary number of keywords and locations.
Keyword Difficulty - a keyword metric that shows how hard it is to get to the top 10 in SERP for a given keyword.
Keyword difficulty is measured in percentage, where the 0 is the lowest competition on a keyword and 100 - the highest.
The metric will help you prioritize your list and figure out what keywords are most likely to bring benefits in a short amount of time.
The KDs are available only for US and AU at the moment.
For some keywords, we won’t show the KD because we didn’t parse the SERP for absolutely all keywords from our US and AU databases -
We’re going to add the KD metric for other countries later.
The calculation of a KD score for a keyword from the US database takes up to 10 minutes, depending on the service workload.
KD for other databases is not displayed at the moment.
Keyword Difficulty estimates how hard it would be to get a listing in top 10 organic search results for a keyword, while Competition shows how many advertisers are bidding to show their ads in the search results for a given keyword.
This gives a clue as to which promoting method is likely to produce better results in a short-term perspective: SEO or PPC.
Serpstat Keyword Grouping is the process of grouping a set of keywords into clusters based on their semantic similarity.
What is it for?
- developing a site structure (clustering will discover groups of keywords that are closely related);
- collecting targeted keywords for specific landing pages;
- crafting task specifications for copywriters;
- partitioning your keywords into commercial and informational search queries;
- identifying individual keywords that don’t fit any cluster topic.
Existing tools either produce keyword clusters without strong semantic similarity, or the resulting data set contains too many clusters, depending on the preferred Soft/Strong parameters. Also, a common drawback is that clusters with similar topics are scattered across the dataset.
Serpstat employs intelligent hierarchical clustering where clusters are combined in a supercluster. Unlike many competitors’ solutions, Serpstat grouping tool doesn’t set a cluster center (a keyword with the highest search volume which is compared with other keywords to detect the number of matching URLs in SERP) — Serpstat analyzes relationships among all clustered keywords.
Weak/Strong and Soft/Hard parameters provide unprecedented flexibility and accuracy of clustering.
Weak requires keywords to have at least 3 common URLs in Top 30 search results to be combined into a cluster, while Strong defines 7 common URLs as a condition for creating a cluster.
Opting for Soft clustering means that a cluster can be created if at least one pair of keywords
If the keywords belong to a specific topic, for example, watches of different brands, you can select Strong+Hard or Strong+Soft so that only the closest synonyms are merged into a cluster. The result of such grouping will be lots of clusters tailored for separate pages or particular categories.
If various products and services are the
Keywords that don’t fit any cluster are placed
Grouping credits on Serpstat are dubbed points. One point corresponds to one keyword. If you’re going to cluster, say, 1, 000 keywords, you’d be charged 1, 000 points.
After clustering a set of keywords, you can proceed to text analytics on the clustered keywords. Text Analytics charges you with an extra point for each analyzed keyword, i.e. performing clustering and text analytics analysis of 300 keywords requires 600 points.
Text Analytics is a tool designed to help you target multiple keywords with a single page.
For Text Analytics, you need a keyword cluster from the Grouping tool and an associated URL. Serpstat will analyze the text content on the page for the targeted keywords and page’s relevance to search queries from a cluster. Read on in the User
The text analytics can be performed in two ways:
- based on a URL
- without a URL (when you need general recommendations prior to setting up a page).
The TA report based on URL contains:
- page’s relevance scores to keywords from a cluster;
- words that should be placed into Title,
- word’s scores: LSI Rank, Chance and whether a word is present on the target page; also the TA evaluates word stuffing;
- suggestions on whether you need to increase/decrease the number of words in the Body section (recommendations are provided based on the average number of words on competitor pages);
Text analysis without a URL will provide suggested words for Title,
We display words’ lemmas, but you can use these words in any form that fits your content generally or individual sentences. Don’t sacrifice the content quality to include a portion of suggested words in the exact form.
Clustering credits on Serpstat are dubbed points. One point corresponds to one keyword. If you’re going to cluster, say, 1, 000 keywords, you’d be charged 1, 000 points.
After clustering a set of keywords, you can proceed to text analytics on the clustered keywords. Text Analytics charges you with an extra point for each analyzed keyword, i.e. performing both clustering and text analytics analysis of 300 keywords charges you with 600 points.