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10 important seo metrics monitor

by Manoj Singh rathore Digital Marketing Head and Founder

HOW DO WE MEASURE THE SUCCESS OF OUR SEO METRICS IN A CAMPAIGN?

Being a digital marketer we are always very eager to know about the result of our work. We are always anxious about what could be the result of our work as we put lots of efforts. The best way to measure the success of our work is by examining SEO metrics.

 

SEO Metrics Definition?

SEO Metrics are the key performance indicators of the success of SEO campaigns.

It includes parameters such as:-

i) Ranking for the Important Keywords in Google Search Result Page (SERP):

Ranking in Google SERP
Ranking in Google SERP

You can check your website’s ranking on keywords by searching for that keyword in Google Search in Incognito Mode or or you could use a tool such as Ahref for checking the organic keywords rank in Google.

Let us suppose our site ranks in the top 5 for some high converting keywords then we must continue increasing the content around those keywords in our content so that we can stay there on the top. We should always make sure that our landing pages should be associated with keywords which are relevant to keep our bounce rate very low.

 

ii) Number of visitors coming on the website from organic results in Google everyday:

Google Analytics Daily Report
Google Analytics Daily Report

You can check the traffic on your website daily from Google Analytics.

 

iii) How many % of people have bounced from your website before loading of the webpage (Bounce Rate):

iv) How much average time they have spent on your website (Session Duration):

Bounce Rate of Website
Bounce Rate of Website

In the above image, you can see the bounce rate and average session duration for particular time or duration which is mentioned in Analytics.

Bounce rate is always very important as it shows how many user didn’t even landed on website. Bounce rate should be as low as possible. Bounce rate tells us how many users bounced away from our website without viewing one page. It is measured in %.

Suppose we have a high bounce rate, it may mean that we need to do some on site work to keep user around. Check bounce rate by landing page, it is also better idea to inspect the bounce rate by landing page.

If we are having high bounce rate in our landing page it could be indicating the content we have in our page did not match the keyword the user plugged in to the search engine. It also mean that the user quickly found that what he needed is not available and left it.

 

v) How many average number of pages they have visited in one session:

Average pages per session
Average pages per session

As you see in the above image the average pages per session is 1.43 for some website in Analytics. This can be found out by heading over to behavior  section in Google Analytics.

 

vi) Number of websites referring to your article.

This can be found out easily by using a tool called as Ahref. It show many parameters for a website other than backlinks also.

Some of the parameters are URL Rating, Domain Rating, Number of Domains referring to a website, number of backlinks, organic traffic in a month, traffic value, etc.

Just put the link of the website in the site explorer of the Ahref and it will show all the stats of that website.

How to check backlinks
How to check backlinks

In the above image you can easily identify the different metrics of the website.

 

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vii) Number of Goal completion (if any):

For this you have to first set-up goal in google analytics. It can be easily done by heading over to admin section in Google Analytics and then goals section. Here, you can setup new goals.

Goal Completion in Analytics
Goal Completion in Analytics

As you can see in the above image that analytics is recording each and every goal for a website but the only thing is you need to set up goals first.

 

viii) Number of email signups on the website in 1-day.

There are many plugins available for this purpose like GetSiteControl, Email Newsletters which shows popups for email signup to the visitors and then sends their information directly to the admin of the website through mail.

 

ix) Earning from the website:

There are many sources of earning from the website such as

  • Google Adsense
  • Affiliate
  • Ecommerce
  • Providing Services

Earning from Adsense can be checked by visiting the adsense website. Earning from Affiliate can be checked by visit the affiliate website. Earning in a E-commerce can be check by visiting the dashboard of woo-commerce plugin.

 

x) Time taken by the website to load after the user clicked on your website result in Google (site speed):

This is an very important factor in ranking of the website as it has been evident that websites which loads faster has low bounce rate in comparison to a slow website. Site speed can be easily checked in Google Analytics by heading over to behavior section and then site speed.

Site Speed in Google Analytics
Site Speed in Google Analytics

As you can see the above image the avg. loading time for a website is 17.85 sec. You can also compare the loading time for different browser such as chrome, safari, edge, UC browser etc.

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xi) Indexed pages in Google search console :

One of the most important factor in ranking of the website is indexing. It is a fact that no one can find a web page if it has not been indexed yet.

So, we should always pay attention on the number of pages on our website that has been indexed. If it is taking a long time to get pages indexed then we can submit them manually in the search console.

 

SEO metrics
Indexed pages check

 

We must also take note of page indexed and page submitted so how many pages indexed and how many pages so far has been submitted.

 

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xii) Number of pages crawled:

It is always important that to know that your pages are being crawled or not because without crawling it cannot be indexed.

So Google search console will show us that how many pages getting crawled every day you will get data of last ninety (90) days.

If you have hundreds of pages and only very small % of them are getting crawled it means there is a problem with our crawled budget. It is believed that Google will not crawl entire site if its bot consumes too many of system resources in doing so.

Crawl Stats in Google Search Console
Crawl Stats in Google Search Console

 

Source: https://www.techstack.in/blog/10-important-seo-metrics-monitor/


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About Manoj Singh rathore Professional   Digital Marketing Head and Founder

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Joined APSense since, November 6th, 2012, From New Delhi, India.

Created on Feb 27th 2019 23:25. Viewed 443 times.

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