Rank Landscape Reports

Analyze Top Search Results Across Dozens of Metrics
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Rank Landscape Reports

Rank Landscape Reports allow you to design specific SEO campaign targets based on real keyword ranking data.

In other words, it's one very big step closer to answering:
"What, precisely, do I need to do to rank well for these keywords?"

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Rank Landscape Reports Overview

With Ontolo Rank Landscape Reports, we help you design specific SEO campaign targets based on real keyword ranking data.

First, we collect the top 1,000 web pages that rank for your top keywords.

Next, we crawl, collect and store dozens of key metrics for those ranking pages, including PageRank scores, SEOmoz scores, keyword density scores, and more.

Finally, we give you the tools to analyze that data in dozens of ways. As you analyze the data, you will be able to create specific link building and content optimization targets for your SEO campaigns.

Configuring and Creating Reports

When creating Rank Landscape Reports,
there are four simple settings to configure.

Most often, you will choose a group of keywords that you are targeting on a single page of your web site. For this demo, we will choose the three "gear"-related keywords:
   * Rock Climbing Gear
   * Rock Climbing Equipment
   * Rock Climbing Gear Reviews

Next, you choose which report you wish to run. Each report will generate charts and graphs based on the collective, top-ranking search results for the keywords you have selected. For this demo, we will analyze SEOmoz's Authority scores.

Next, you choose how many of the top search results to analyze, anywhere from the top 10 to the top 1,000. To start we will set this to the top 1,000 search results.

Finally, once you have several months of reports - and Rank Landscape Reports are a monthly subscription - you may choose the date of the report you wish to analyze.

Focusing & Narrowing Your Analysis

Because Rank Landscapes change from keyword to keyword, you will want to drill down into specific reports to interpret the best SEO campaign targets.

Here is an example of how you might drill down into SEOmoz's URL Authority score in order to find the most effective URL Authority Target to set for your SEO campaign.

Here, you can see that the distribution of URL Authority follows a particular trend when analyzing the top 1,000 Results.

Narrowing in to the top 100 results, you see an even stronger correlation.

Finally, looking at the top 20 results, you can see the strongest correlation and target - 59 - to use for a link building campaign.

Defining SEO Campaign Targets

After identifying the range of search results which is most useful for your SEO campaign target, you can find the specific value by running the Metric Targets report for those same keywords and number of search results.

Here we see that our target for SEOmoz URL Authority is a 59. What this means is that we will want to build high-authority links directly to the "Rock Climbing Gear" page of our website until we obtain an SEOmoz URL Authority score of 59.

Finally, the Metric Targets report allows you to see how your scores compare to your competitors.

Here, we can clearly see that REI is performing well on this keyword, while bouldering.com is falling short.

To thoroughly design an SEO campaign, you would then go through this same process for each of the other most important metrics you decide on for your SEO campaign.

Reports & Data Points

These are the reports and data points included in each.

    Metric Targets Report
  • All Data Points Below
    Metric Averages Report
  • All Data Points Below
    PageRank Report
  • Domain Home Page
  • Subdomain Home Page
  • URL
    SEOmoz Authority Report
  • Domain Authority
  • URL Authority
    SEOmoz mozRank Report
  • Domain mozRank
  • Subdomain mozRank
  • URL mozRank
    SEOmoz mozTrust Report
  • Domain mozTrust
  • Subdomain mozTrust
  • URL mozTrust
    Followed Backlink Counts Report
  • External Followed URLs Linking to Domain
  • Followed Domains Linking to Domain
  • External Followed URLs Linking to Subdomain
  • Followed Subdomains Linking to Subdomain
  • Followed Domains Linking to Subdomain
  • External Followed URLs Linking to URL
  • Followed Subdomains Linking to URL
  • Followed Domains Linking to URL
    Followed C-Block Counts Report
  • Followed C-Blocks to Domain
  • Followed C-Blocks to Page URL
    Followed Backlink IP Counts Report
  • Followed IPs to Domain
  • Followed IPs to Page URL
    Outbound Link Counts Report
  • Total Outbound Links
  • Total Unique Outbound Links
  • Unique Subdomain Outbound Links
  • Unique Domain Outbound Links
  • Total NoFollow Outbound Links
  • Percent NoFollow Outbound Links
    Content Age Report
  • Page Content Age
    Content Lengths Report
  • Page Title Character Length
  • Page Title Word Length
  • Page Body Character Length
  • Page Body Word Length
    Content Keyword Counts Report
  • Page URL Keyword Count
  • Page Title Keyword Count
  • Page Body Keyword Count
  • Page URL Keyword Phrase Count
  • Page Title Keyword Phrase Count
  • Page Body Keyword Phrase Count
    Content Keyword Density Report
  • Page URL Keyword Density
  • Page Title Keyword Density
  • Page Body Keyword Density
  • Page URL Keyword Phrase Density
  • Page Title Keyword Phrase Density
  • Page Body Keyword Phrase Density

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Rank Landscape Reports

The Rank Landscape Reports product has been discontinued. This page is up for posterity and for customers who still have access to their previous reports.

Rank Landscape Reports allow you to design specific SEO campaign targets based on real keyword ranking data.

In other words, it's one very big step closer to answering:
"What, precisely, do I need to do to rank well for these keywords?"

Demo Video


Click Here to View the demo video

Rank Landscape Reports Overview

With Ontolo Rank Landscape Reports, we help you design specific SEO campaign targets based on real keyword ranking data.

First, we collect the top 1,000 web pages that rank for your top keywords.

Next, we crawl, collect and store dozens of key metrics for those ranking pages, including PageRank scores, SEOmoz scores, keyword density scores, and more.

Finally, we give you the tools to analyze that data in dozens of ways. As you analyze the data, you will be able to create specific link building and content optimization targets for your SEO campaigns.

Configuring and Creating Reports

When creating Rank Landscape Reports,
there are four simple settings to configure.

Most often, you will choose a group of keywords that you are targeting on a single page of your web site. For this demo, we will choose the three "gear"-related keywords:
   * Rock Climbing Gear
   * Rock Climbing Equipment
   * Rock Climbing Gear Reviews

Next, you choose which report you wish to run. Each report will generate charts and graphs based on the collective, top-ranking search results for the keywords you have selected. For this demo, we will analyze SEOmoz's Authority scores.

Next, you choose how many of the top search results to analyze, anywhere from the top 10 to the top 1,000. To start we will set this to the top 1,000 search results.

Finally, once you have several months of reports - and Rank Landscape Reports are a monthly subscription - you may choose the date of the report you wish to analyze.

Focusing & Narrowing Your Analysis

Because Rank Landscapes change from keyword to keyword, you will want to drill down into specific reports to interpret the best SEO campaign targets.

Here is an example of how you might drill down into SEOmoz's URL Authority score in order to find the most effective URL Authority Target to set for your SEO campaign.

Here, you can see that the distribution of URL Authority follows a particular trend when analyzing the top 1,000 Results.

Narrowing in to the top 100 results, you see an even stronger correlation.

Finally, looking at the top 20 results, you can see the strongest correlation and target - 59 - to use for a link building campaign.

Defining SEO Campaign Targets

After identifying the range of search results which is most useful for your SEO campaign target, you can find the specific value by running the Metric Targets report for those same keywords and number of search results.

Here we see that our target for SEOmoz URL Authority is a 59. What this means is that we will want to build high-authority links directly to the "Rock Climbing Gear" page of our website until we obtain an SEOmoz URL Authority score of 59.

Finally, the Metric Targets report allows you to see how your scores compare to your competitors.

Here, we can clearly see that REI is performing well on this keyword, while bouldering.com is falling short.

To thoroughly design an SEO campaign, you would then go through this same process for each of the other most important metrics you decide on for your SEO campaign.

Reports & Data Points

These are the reports and data points included in each.

    Metric Targets Report
  • All Data Points Below
    Metric Averages Report
  • All Data Points Below
    PageRank Report
  • Domain Home Page
  • Subdomain Home Page
  • URL
    SEOmoz Authority Report
  • Domain Authority
  • URL Authority
    SEOmoz mozRank Report
  • Domain mozRank
  • Subdomain mozRank
  • URL mozRank
    SEOmoz mozTrust Report
  • Domain mozTrust
  • Subdomain mozTrust
  • URL mozTrust
    Followed Backlink Counts Report
  • External Followed URLs Linking to Domain
  • Followed Domains Linking to Domain
  • External Followed URLs Linking to Subdomain
  • Followed Subdomains Linking to Subdomain
  • Followed Domains Linking to Subdomain
  • External Followed URLs Linking to URL
  • Followed Subdomains Linking to URL
  • Followed Domains Linking to URL
    Followed C-Block Counts Report
  • Followed C-Blocks to Domain
  • Followed C-Blocks to Page URL
    Followed Backlink IP Counts Report
  • Followed IPs to Domain
  • Followed IPs to Page URL
    Outbound Link Counts Report
  • Total Outbound Links
  • Total Unique Outbound Links
  • Unique Subdomain Outbound Links
  • Unique Domain Outbound Links
  • Total NoFollow Outbound Links
  • Percent NoFollow Outbound Links
    Content Age Report
  • Page Content Age
    Content Lengths Report
  • Page Title Character Length
  • Page Title Word Length
  • Page Body Character Length
  • Page Body Word Length
    Content Keyword Counts Report
  • Page URL Keyword Count
  • Page Title Keyword Count
  • Page Body Keyword Count
  • Page URL Keyword Phrase Count
  • Page Title Keyword Phrase Count
  • Page Body Keyword Phrase Count
    Content Keyword Density Report
  • Page URL Keyword Density
  • Page Title Keyword Density
  • Page Body Keyword Density
  • Page URL Keyword Phrase Density
  • Page Title Keyword Phrase Density
  • Page Body Keyword Phrase Density

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