GeoRanker enables users to view search engines' SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) as a local user in over 5000 cities and 150 countries around the world. Because SERPs differ based on a user's location, these rankings reports are useful in determining the effectiveness of SEO strategies on an international level. GeoRanker uses depersonalized search queries, meaning that cookies are deleted before completing each search query.
Bulk, real-time SERP rankings reports and real-time search engine crawling are the most powerful features of the GeoRanker platform. It also provides the SERP HeatMap generator, which concentrates large data reports into easy-to-read images. The GeoRanker API generates different types of reports and receives data for placement in the user's database. Further API documentation requires an email to the provider.
We own hundreds of servers (crawlers) around the world, more than 50.000 Local IPs. Our API manages those servers in order to create accurate reports for almost any neighborhood, city, region or country in the world.
The GeoRanker API collects data from crawlers in real time, creating a powerful and reliable Search Engine Keyword Reports.
The information may be manipulated to create unlimited types of reports. Thus, you can ensure a smooth and integrated user experience, and relevant and up-to-date information, for your company or customer.
Our API also provides access to monitors and alerts, which will notify your company (or your customers) if a keyword is no longer effective in a particular place or country.
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