The Search Overview page provides metrics and insights into the search traffic of an analyzed website(s).
Get an overview of the quantity and quality of search traffic across a competitive set of sites, including traffic volume, engagement data, traffic types, search type, top keywords, and more.
Working within the Digital Marketing Intelligence solution:
Go to the Competitive Analysis module and enter a website.
From the left sidebar menu, select Search > Overview.
Click +Compare to add up to four more sites.
Use the filters in the top right to set the Geographic Region, Time Frame and Traffic Type.
The Organic Search Overview page contains several modules of metrics and insights. See the data for one website, or compare up to five websites to get a full view of a competitive set.
The Search Traffic and Engagement insight tiles offer quick and easy-to-digest insights on significant fluctuations and traffic trends and offer a compelling starting point to begin your analysis.
These insights surface significant spikes, drops, and trends for Search Channels (Paid and Organic), Branded Traffic and Engagement, to highlight main insights.
The Search Traffic & Engagement graph shows traffic generated to the website by organic and paid search and valuable engagement metrics related to those visits.
There are four tabs along the top of the table. Use the tabs to view:
Note: Toggle Month to Date to gain valuable insights. Understand trends to date for traffic and engagement metrics per channel to adjust and optimize your acquisition strategies.
In addition, the three filters can be used to view:
Organic and Paid: View a breakdown of the organic and paid traffic.
Branded and Non-Branded: Understand a company’s overall marketing strategy.
If the focus is on branded keywords, this would indicate a company is strengthening its brand with its existing customer base. If a company is trying to broaden its audience, it will focus on non-branded keywords.
All Search Types: See how certain search traffic types are performing over time. This includes regular search, news, image, video, shopping, and maps.
This will allow you to see where your competitors are focusing their efforts and how effectively these channels are performing.
Note: When selecting a specific filter, you cannot use other filters.
See a breakdown of search traffic by search engine traffic source, such as Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.
In the Keyword sections of the overview page, the FInd New Keywords features share valuable keywords insights and provide easy access tools that help identify and qualify new keyword opportunities.
Top Organic Keywords module:
Highly Competitive Keywords module:
What does Syndicated traffic mean?
In Traffic by Search Engine, you may see the result Syndicated. Search Syndication stands for 3rd party domains held by companies that have a search revenue share contract with search engine providers (e.g., Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Baidu, etc.).
These 3rd party companies distribute different software-like extensions, toolbars, desktop apps, etc., and change the user's search pages to their own search domain (i.e., changing the user's default search, new tab, or the home page on the user's browser).