Interactive SEO Dashboard

Track your organic growth and search visibility with an easy to use interactive SEO dashboard.

interactive SEO dashboard
If you are running an SEO campaign, or just trying to keep track of your website’s search engine visibility, this SEO dashboard can help you filter through the noise.  Having everything in one place can help paint a clearer picture of what truly is going on. The ability to cross filter across all the metrics will also assist in identifying opportunities and trends.

Top Features of the Interactive SEO Dashboard

Gain insights with Scorecards

Instantly get an idea of how your website is performing with scorecards showing Clicks, Impressions, Clickthrough Ratio and Average Rank. Explore the data over different reporting date ranges, always comparing with previous period.

SEO Scorecards & KPIs

Identify Problems Early

Track various metrics over time to identify problems and trends.  Understand how your website is performing by examining various metrics over different time periods, including 14-day period, previous month, quarter and year.

track search engine events over time

Compare Important KPIs

Don’t be limited with static charts.  Switch between various metrics to visually identify potential issues.  Compare Impressions, Clicks, Clickthrough Ratio, Average Rank and Unique Keywords side by side and identify traffic patterns.

various metrics to display

Branded vs Non-Branded Queries

Not all keywords are the same.  Differentiate between Branded queries, Non-Branded and Question based queries.  Filter the Query table using these keyword groupings to better understand how users are finding your website.

branded vs unbranded keywords

Track Search Visibility

Get a better understanding of your organic growth and search visibility with scorecards showing where your keywords rank in the top 3, 10, and 20 positions of Google search results.

understand how your keywords are ranking

Identify Long-tail Keywords

Long-tail keywords tend to have higher conversion than shorter, common phrases. Use the dashboard to identify long-tail keywords people are using to find your website, and find out how you rank for them.

identify long tail keywords

Filter Out the Noise

Data-heavy tables can be a challenge to understand.  Heatmaps help direct your attention to the numbers that matter. Click on columns to sort the data and let the heatmaps bring the data to life.

details of your keywords and user queries

Detect Keyword Cannibalization

When multiple pages rank for the same keyword, this is known as keyword cannibalization. By identifying which pages are affected, you can implement a strategy to correct this problem.

detect keyword cannibalization

Identify Opportunities

Find high-volume search queries that your website is almost ranking for.  Use the available metrics to filter complex data and easily identify low hanging fruit.

discover new keyword opportunties

Chart Interactions & Cross-Filtering

Cross-filter your data in real time by clicking on one or more metrics and see how it becomes so much easier to identify trends and opportunities.

cross filtering

Video Demo of Interactive SEO Dashboard

The video demo uses real website data to explain how to get the most out of the Interactive SEO dashboard.

Clean Minimalistic Design

Google Looker Studio

Simple and clean layout makes it easy to visualize and make sense of the data. The SEO Dashboard is built using Google Search Console data and the Looker Studio platform.  No more paid monthly subscriptions to expensive SEO tools that are too complicated and hard to use. All you need is a Google account and access to your website’s Google Search Console property.

Get Lifetime Access

Pay Once / Use Forever

The SEO Dashboard puts all the important Google search console data right at your fingertips.  Selectively filter the data across different dimension to Identify trends and opportunities.
  • One time payment
  • Lifetime access
  • No upsells
  • No monthly subscriptions
  • Use with all of your websites
  • Minimalist Interface

Will the Dashboard fix your SEO problems?

The dashboard will give you the tools to identify potential problems that might be preventing your website from ranking higher in Google searches.  You can use the SEO dashboard to answer questions like:

  • How much organic traffic is my website getting from Google searches?
  • Is my average position or rank improving month over month?
  • Are people finding my website for more keywords as time goes on?
  • How do I find more profitable keywords to rank for?
  • Is my brand or business name becoming more established or recognizable?
  • Have I been impacted by any Google algorithm updates recently?
  • Is my website suffering from keyword cannibalization?
  • and more!

What are the prerequisites for access?

All you need is a Google account and access to your website’s Google Search Console property.

  • You don’t need to share any credentials with us.
  • You don’t need to give us access to your GSC property.

SEO Dashboard FAQ

Is this a subscription based software?
No, there is only a one time payment for the Interactive SEO Dashboard.  Pay once and use forever.
Will I be billed again?
No.  There are no monthly or annual fees.  This is the only time you need to pay to gain unlimited lifetime access to the SEO dashboard.
What happens after I pay?
Once we receive your payment, we will share the dashboard with the email address you used during your checkout. Please make sure you use an email associated with a Google account which has access to your website’s Google Search Console. You will receive a link from Google giving you access to the dashboard.
What data sources are used for the dashboard?
Looker Studio allows us to connect to 2 different Google Search Console data streams:  Site Impressions and URL impressions.  Site impressions aggregates data at the site level (also called Property) while URL impressions aggregates data at the Page level. If you open up your GSC property, Google by default is showing the Site Impressions. This dashboard uses the URL impressions.  The numbers are generally similar to the Site Impressions but might vary from site to site. You can read more about the differences here:  Aggregating data by property vs by page.
Do you provide ongoing support for the dashboard?
We will assist you in setting up your copy of the dashboard.  The dashboard is yours to do with as you please.  For help interacting with the dashboard, we encourage you to bookmark this page and use the Youtube video as your guide.
Do you offer refunds?
Due to the nature of the software, once access is provided, we can not provide a refund.  We believe the SEO dashboard provides a tremendous value especially when you take into consideration it can replace pricey SEO software that requires ongoing monthly subscription fees.
Can I use the SEO dashboard for more than 1 website?
Yes.  Once you have access to the report, you can use the data source dropdown in the top-right corner of the dashboard to switch between the various Google Search Console properties you have access to.
How far back does the data go?
Search Console keeps data for the last 16 months. As a result, the reports in the Interactive SEO Dashboard can only show a maximum of 16 months of data. Also keep in mind, data is available in the dashboard approximately 48 hours after it is collected by Search Console.
Was I impacted by a Google Algorithm update?

The charts in the SEO dashboard allow you to visually see how various website KPIs are trending over time.  If the changes in your KPIs coincide with one of Google’s updates, then you might have been impacted.

Related link:  Google’s Search Ranking Updates.

Why do click counts appear less in some charts?
This is not a problem with the dashboard itself, but rather a result of Google’s privacy filtering.  Click here to read about Privacy Filtering.
What are Short-Tail and Long-Tail Keywords?
Short-Tail keywords are usually 1-2 words and are quite difficult to rank for.  On the other hand, long-tail keywords are easier to rank for because they are longer (usually 3-5 words long) and more specific. An example of short-tail keyword could be:  Digital Marketing.  And a long-tail keyword could be:  Digital Marketing Company in Toronto. This article by ahrefs explains these terms in a lot more detail.
How do I fix Keyword Cannibalization?
Keyword Cannibalization is when you have more than one page ranking for the same keyword.  In other words, when someone searches for that keyword or query, Google might display one page or the other.  If the page being shown by Google is not the one you intended, then you are potentially losing out on important traffic to your website.  Read more about Keyword Cannibalization.