7 Essentials of Local Search Rank Checker
1. Track results in all main search engines
Monitor your search rankings in Google, Google Local/Maps, Yahoo, Yahoo Local, bing & bing local. Track both 'organic' and 'local' search results down to a depth of 50 results.
2. Track both 'organic' & 'local' rankings
Get a complete view of your search performance. Track results for your website (domain or specific URL) and for your local search profile (e.g. Google+ Local page). See when your local profile ranks in main search results and in pure local search results.
BrightLocal has helped us gain top local search positions for our clients. We actually started to see results before the 30 day trial was even up.
BrightLocal has a great team, a high-quality product, and is easy to implement.
4. Visualize changes in your search rankings
Easily compare current search rankings with past rankings using our interactive charts. You can view results for your whole campaign or deep dive into individual search terms and see how they have changed ranking over the course of your campaign.
5. White-label ranking reports
Customize your ranking reports with your own logo & brand colors, and add your own introduction text. If you have multiple brands or provide white-label SEO then you can create multiple white-label profiles and apply the correct branding to each report.
White-label reports are available as PDF or as interactive, online (HTML) reports which makes sharing with clients a cinch!
6. Track competitor search rankings
Track & compare up to 4 competitors on each report. Hand pick the competitors you want monitored & see a side-by-side comparison of your client's rankings vs. all competitors.
7. Search Rank Checker API
Do you have your own reporting dashboard or want to build your own SEO reporting tool? It's easy to integrate our data into your service via our API (JSON). Run scheduled reports or ad-hoc, real time look-ups. Select which search engines you want reported on and what types of results you want to see returned. API access* is charged on a per-request basis and so you only pay for what you use.