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Could you add "Search Keyword" used for succesful backlinks

Postby wirobert » Thu Nov 07, 2013 10:59 pm

Howdy,

I think the keyword expansion feature on nhSEO is really neat. I see them flying by in the log as "Searching Google <expanded keyword> and I was wondering if you could add a feature to tag and output the actual search keyword(s) used to find and post a successful link. Maybe the option to output the actual keywords could possibly be added to the "Check Links" choice radio buttons?

This would really be valuable to see "where" you are actually ranking when it is outside your primary keyword set. I am getting good traffic results using nhSEO on authority sites like soundcloud but my page isn't ranking for my primary keywords. Which is fine.

Anyway, if there is another way to find this info other than scraping the log, I would like to know it.

Great Tool, keep it up :-)

Thanks,

Bill R.
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Re: Could you add "Search Keyword" used for succesful backli

Postby jimbobo2779 » Sun Nov 10, 2013 12:11 am

Currently it is really hard to track as any URL result (from a search) that is a duplicate of a URL that was returned in a previous search is just ignored so it would never really be accurate. Also the amount of information needed to be recorded could be really high.

I have however been having a think about ways that number of results could be tracked and have a few ideas of how it could be improved that I would hope to be added at some point but it may not extend to being able to track what keyword a page URL was found from as it could be misleading and as such would defeat the point of tracking that data.
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