KeywordCompetitor users can now export SERPs and Ad positions for keywords into MS Excel, and see competitive changes over a long time.
Online PR News – 02-July-2010 – – Durham, NH -- KeywordCompetitor, the world’s first and only keyword tool that performs researching and monitoring functionality in real time, continues to expand its features and functionality.
KeywordCompetitor is becoming famous for its ability to research and monitor competitors’ PPC ads, paid and organic keywords online. This means that this absolutely unique keyword tool scours the web for current information the very moment you start a search. It also puts the reports into email messages, or a user can save the report to PDF or CSV. This was before. Now it’s even better.
KeywordCompetitor users are able to save not just the reports, but the graphs in the Monitor Tab as well. The graph represents SERPs for Organic keywords and Ad positions for Paid keywords. To save it, users need to simply go to the Monitor Competitors Tab, choose the report, and press the Export Graph to CSV.
"With this new feature it will be more convenient for KeywordCompetitor users to compare competitors’ average organic and paid search results with their own home domain positions over a long period of time. The Excel table includes day by day information on the exact 'what and when' of average paid/organic position changes."
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