SEOquake – Using SERP Overlay With SEOquake
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SEOquake – Using SERP Overlay With SEOquake

SEOquake is one of the best tools on the web
for pulling quick SEO information about a web page. For SEOs, digital marketers, or
website owners, this tool is a must have. In this video, we’ll go over one of the
best features the tool has to offer: the ability to obtain SEO metrics straight from the SERPs. With the SEOquake browser plugin, you will
be able to receive embedded SEO data on every result on a search engine results page. You
can sort search engine result pages by SEO parameters. And you can also receive metrics
for location-based search results First thing you want to do is check to make
sure SEOquake is installed and running. The icon should appear to the right of your address
bar and will be colorized when it’s on. If it is gray, then click on it to open the
panel and go to the gear icon to select “enable SEOquake.” In this settings window, you can check to
make sure the SERP overlay feature is enabled for Google or other search engines with the
checkboxes below “show SERP overlay.” You can uncheck these, but leave “show seobar”
checked to disable the bar on the SERPs but leave the seobar on for when you’re browsing
pages on the web. Now, let’s go to Google and make a search
for “loans.” Scroll down through the results to see that there will be a handful of SEO
parameters listed below each result. Below each result, you’ll see number of
indexed pages on google, alexa rank, and domain age among others listed in the info bar. By selecting any of these parameters, you
will be taken to the specific page of where we got that parameter’s information. For example, select the alexa icon below a
result to be redirected to that page’s report on alexa, or select the domain age icon to
be redirected to that page on You can sort the results on the page by their
parameters by click on the “sort this page” tab. Once there you can select which parameter
you want to sort by and if you want it to be in ascending or descending order. Of course,
you can sort these results in ascending or descending order. Keep in mind that while sorting, you are only
sorting through the results shown on your current page, not all the results on Google. But, if you go to your google search settings
by selecting the gear in the top right corner of the page, you can actually adjust the number
of results you get per page all the way up to 100. Now, when you’re sorting results
by SEO parameter, you are sorting the top 100 results for this keyword by that specific
parameter, rather than just the top 10. The more results you analyze, the more insight
you can gain. Even after sorting the results by parameters,
you can still see the original rank number of each result listed to the left of the blue
link. Another way to alter the results on this page
is by changing the Google location of the results. Change the country you are searching
in and the language of the page by clicking on the drop down menus located under “locale”
setting. You’ll see that results in Google will vary depending on the database you’re
searching in. Located at the top of the SERP overlay you
will see 3 clickable links, Parameters, SERP Report and Export CSV. By clicking on any
of these 3 links SEOquake will bring you directly to that specific function. In the SERP report you’ll see all of the
results and parameters listed in a neatly organized table. Again, you can sort these
results by parameter, choose to add or hide any parameters, and once again, save this
data to csv. We hope this video was helpful in teaching
you how to obtain SEO parameters using the SEOquake browser extension. Thanks for watching
and please reach out to our support team with any comments or questions.

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