Today we’ve added yet another feature to our ever-growing App Analysis section on SimilarWeb Pro. With our new Search Positioning Graph it’ll be easier to compare between several application ranks for specific keywords. Let’s take a closer look at Search Positioning to get a better understanding of how it works.
Search Results Positioning
Until now, analyzing an app on SimilarWeb’s in-store keyword section, users would find a list of traffic-generating keywords. But with the new Search Results Positioning Graph, you’ll be able to see the rank change over time for up to 5 keywords at once.
On this page there are 3 keywords that are chosen by default. You can add or remove keywords by checking the box next to each keyword in the table. Reset your choice any time to get back to the default view by clicking on the ‘Reset’ button located on the top right side of the keywords table:
While navigating between different pages of the ‘Search Terms’ table, your selection of keywords on the previous pages will be saved:
In compare mode, you’ll be able to view the search positioning graph displaying one keyword for each of the apps you are comparing.
You’ll still be able to compare the positions for all other keywords in the ‘Search Terms’ table. Each of the compared applications are displayed as a colored circle indicating its position in the store. If the app doesn’t have any position for a specific keyword, you’ll see a flat line instead of a number (-):
We appreciate your feedback on all of SimilarWeb’s innovations. What do you think about our new Search Positioning Graph? Let us know . Don’t hesitate to suggest other features you think will improve your user experience on SimilarWeb.