Position tracking (also known as rank tracking or SERP tracking) allows you to keep track of a website’s regular rankings for a set of keywords that you choose. You can target any geographic position and any computer type with your targeting (mobile phone, tablet or desktop). Tagging, sorting, filtering, and exporting reports are just a few of the features that help marketers find exactly what they’re looking for in their website’s SEO or PPC results.
Q.1 – With a Position Tracking tool you can track root domain, subdomain, and URL, but not a subfolder. True or false?
Q.2 – Which metric based on CTR shows a website’s progress in Google’s top 100 for keywords that are currently tracked?
- (A) Average position
- (B) Ranking distribution
- (C) Visibility
Q.3 – Which report in Position tracking can help you to determine pages that rank or do not rank for a certain keyword and at the same time pages that rank with a specific aggregate volume?
- (A) Landing pages
- (B) Rankings
- (C) Ranking distribution report with the help of filters
Q.4 – Sensor shows the actual SERP volatility level, which reflects the speed of changes in Google search results. What SENSOR score refers to a normal volatility level?
- (A) 0 to 2
- (B) 8 to 10
- (C) 2 to 5
- (D) 5 to 8
Q.5 – In what Google positions can you check the popularity of a HTTPS protocol extension by viewing a donut diagram in the Sensor tool? Choose 2 answers.
- (A) Top-3
- (B) Top-20
- (C) Top-10
- (D) Top-100
Q.6 – Choose 2 correct statements about the Featured Snippets report in the Position Tracking tool.
- (A) You can also take a look at the SERP source to see how the snippet appears within the results page.
- (B) This report shows how many times your or your competitor’s domain is featured in the snippet per week.
- (C) This report shows keywords on their SERP where your or your competitor’s domain is featured in the snippet.
Q.7 – True or false? The Ranking distribution report allows you to see the number of keywords in a campaign you and your competitors have in the top 3, top 10, top 20, and top 100 positions.
The size distribution by rank, in decreasing order of size, is known as a rank-size distribution. If the source data is from a frequency distribution, this is also known as the rank-frequency distribution. These are particularly interesting when the data is scaled differently, such as city size or word frequency. The location of your website in search results for a specific keyword search query is referred to as keyword rankings. Your ranking URL will be the web page that is listed for that keyword search when a user searches for that keyword.