Following right on the heels of our Google Search Console integration, ContentKing now also connects with Google Analytics! Bring your Google Analytics data to ContentKing Who likes long setup processes? Yeah, we don’t either. Just connect to Google Analytics and select the correct view. After that, you’ll be able to see your visitor and page
Murphy’s law applies even to SEO: things will go wrong. Now we’ll turn to some of the brightest SEO experts for interesting SEO fails they’ve witnessed: from websites that were made completely inaccessible to search engines to location redirects that devastated SEO performance. Check it out now!
We’re constantly improving ContentKing with new features and improvements, and already make sure you hear about our big “game changer” releases. This time we’re taking a minute to appreciate the little things in life – in this case the small improvements we’ve been rolling out. Let’s take a look at the 10 little big improvements
ContentKing now integrates with Google Search Console! Bring your GSC data to ContentKing After the easy-peasy setup, ContentKing immediately starts pulling in impressions, clicks, CTRs and positions for your entire website. Just navigate to any page inside ContentKing and immediately see the latest data from Google Search Console: Or zoom out to view the entire
Change tracking for robots.txt is here! We’ve always been very proud of our change tracking technology. A single click is all it takes to see changed, added, removed and redirect pages. Today, we bring that same power and intuitiveness to tracking your robots.txt files! How it works ContentKing continuously watchdogs your robots.txt file. As soon
Introduction Not many people know this, but back in 2012 when I was still running my SEO agency, we were failing horribly at SEO. It got so bad that we lost some of our biggest clients. This is how it happened, and how we turned it around. As more clients started coming in, we expanded
Visualize your website’s data Whenever you log in to ContentKing, there’s one thing that’s always there: your data. All the websites you track and their pages, redirects, and errors. Right there at your fingertips, ready to be worked with. But sometimes that huge amount of data can be a bit much to make sense of.
What’s happened? Earlier this month, Google released an update to its search engine result pages (SERPs). Now they support meta descriptions up to 320 characters (1,840 pixels) long. This is a big deal because your meta descriptions are probably a lot shorter than that, and Google may already be newly showing snippets from your pages instead