With DataForSEO.com, customers receive the comprehensive SEO data via API at predictable and affordable prices
Valley Cottage, NY – September 6, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
Businesses that choose a strong keyword and implement it in their name will rank 1.5 spots higher in the Google search engine results pages (SERPs) than if they don’t use keywords in the business name. Additionally, a mix of specific and broad keywords should be used throughout content and tags to ensure the highest ranking potential for a specific page. The challenge for most business owners is knowing what keywords to use, what ranks well and what needs to be changed.
In an effort to help make finding and using the proper keywords easier DataForSEO has launched a new feature to track SERP knowledge graph elements.
“Our new feature offers simple API, you don’t have to create projects, add keywords or anything else,” stated company representative Nick Chernets. “All you have to do is pull as a keyword, search engine, domain and receive the TOP100 results in a raw format. When you use our API you will also have peace of mind knowing what you will pay, we don’t have a confusing payment scheme. Our new feature is ideal for SEO software companies and agencies who want to streamline and simplify the processes they use.”
With the new rank tracker API offered by DataForSEO, customers receive access to a personal cabinet where they are able to see their usage in real-time. Additionally, the dashboard displays the dynamical of API usage for a certain, selected period.
“When you choose our Google keyword planner API, we will also provide assistance during the entire period of testing and integration,” continued Chernets. “We offer several communication methods to ensure we can accommodate our customer’s needs, including Slack or Skype chat or email. Our software provides a30-second return and we handle more than 10 million keywords each day. We will help ensure you get the results desired.”
More information about the comprehensive SEO data via the new API feature from DataForSEO can be found by visiting the website, where orders can also be placed.
Dedicated to providing real, actionable results, DataForSEO provides customer’s comprehensive SEO data via an API, all offered at predictable, affordable prices. With DataForSEO, customers can find everything they require for their SEO-software. Services offered by this company including rank tracking API, SERP API, keywords data API and competitor API. This is one of the few full-service API service providers available that offer complete assistance and guidance during the testing and integration process to ensure it is successful.
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