Blog Post Performance After SEO Update Dashboard Template

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Use this free, easy-to-understand, and customizable dashboard to monitor the performance of old blog posts you've recently updated in terms of organic search traffic, Google Search rankings, CTRs, and conversions.

Uses one-click integrations:

  • Google Analytics Google Analytics
  • Google Search Console Google Search Console

If you don’t use Google Analytics or Google Search Console, you can pull data from any of our 70+ one-click, native integrations or from spreadsheets, databases and other APIs.

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What you’ll learn from this Blog Post Performance After SEO Update Dashboard Template:

By connecting your Google Analytics and Google Search Console accounts, you’ll learn:

  • How to monitor organic traffic session trends after updating an old blog post? Track and compare daily organic search traffic after updating a blog post to traffic pre-blog update. One proven way to boost your search engine traffic is by updating your old blog posts. You should see a spike in organic traffic after updating a blog post. If you don’t, you might want to revisit your blog update strategy or choose articles with higher search volume and search intent.
  • Do we rank better for specific keywords? Track and compare the average ranking position of your website URL for specific keywords before and after updating a blog post for those keywords. An increase in the ranking position of your target keywords is a good indicator that your content was properly optimized.
  • How has updating this webpage improved its rankings and click-through rate? Monitor ranking and click-through rate changes after updating your old blog posts. You’re more likely to see an increase in a page’s ranking position and click-through rate when the titles and content at large are properly optimized for your target keywords.
  • Did I properly update my blog content for better conversions? Measure the effectiveness of your blog update strategy by the number of conversions each blog post you updated generates for your business. If you’re driving a lot of traffic to your blog, but they’re not converting, you might want to consider improving your CTAs, images, and so on.

Pull additional data using our deep integration with Google Analytics.

  • What else can you track and visualize with our deep integration with Google Analytics? When it comes to attributing your traffic and conversions, almost anything:
  • Website traffic and conversions
  • Traffic and lead demographics
  • Social media engagement
  • Paid advertising
  • Landing page performance
  • Campaign performance using custom events
  • There are numerous metrics and metric combinations you can track using Google Analytics. In Databox, you can quickly visualize 100s of Google Analytics metrics in various ways.

 

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Pull additional data using our integration with Google Search Console

  • What else can you track and visualize with our integration with Google Search Console?
  • Impressions clicks, and click-through rate (CTR) by page, search query, and more
  • Impressions, clicks, and CTR by country, device, and search type
  • Average search position
  • Positions by pages and queries
  • Number of queries on position, and more

There are tons of metrics and metric combinations you can track using Google Search Console. In Databox, you can quickly visualize 100s of Google Search Console metrics in numerous ways, alongside all the important metrics from other data sources you’re using.

Google Analytics Google Analytics metrics included in this template
  • Organic Sessions by Landing page

  • Goal Completion by Goal

    Number of Conversions during specified Date Range split up by Goals.

Google Search Console Google Search Console metrics included in this template
  • CTR by Pages

    Click-through Rate (Click Count divided by the Impression Count) during the specified Date Range split up by Pages.

  • Position by Pages

    Average Position of the Top most Result from your Site during the specified Date Range split up by Pages. So, for example, if your Site has three Results at Positions 2, 4, and 6, the Position is reported as 2. If a second query returned Results at Positions 3, 5, and 9, your Average Position would be (2 + 3)/2 = 2.5.

  • Position by Queries

    Average Position of the Top most Result from your Site during the specified Date Range split up by Queries. So, for example, if your Site has three Results at Positions 2, 4, and 6, the Position is reported as 2. If a second query returned Results at Positions 3, 5, and 9, your Average Position would be (2 + 3)/2 = 2.5.

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Sometimes, you’ll want to dive deeper into performance. When you need to customize this template (or any other dashboard) to include different metrics, add metrics from different sources, etc., you can do so by using Databox’s Dashboard Designer.

The Designer allows you to easily drag-and-drop metrics and visualizations from any data source right into your dashboard.

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