Thursday we talked about SEO success and the different tools companies and brands can use in order to determine it for themselves, as well as their competitors. For the Digital Hub 2.0, each group will be required to report an SEO score for their website using WooRank, but I think it will be good idea for all of us to look at a few of the other SEO ranking tools out on the web.
What factors go into measuing SEO Success?
When it comes to the success of your SEO ranking, it’s important to look at different metrics such as your Click Through Rate (CTR), adjust your keywords, as well as monitor your organic search traffic.
A few of the tools we briefly looked at in class were:
Questions for thought:
1. If you worked for a company that wanted to start using one of these tools to get an SEO ranking for themselves or a competitor, which one would you use (WooRank, Semrush, SimilarWeb or another tool) based on the services and price?
2. What do you think are the most important measurements when it comes to determining SEO success?