Keyword grouping by page relevance

Keyword grouping by page relevance spreads keywords across website pages exactly as they rank and display in the applied search engine and location.

How it works

Imagine you're working on the Coffee shop project. You have a pool of keywords to segment and spread across the webpages. Or you want to see how your successful competitors handled keyword grouping. Create a project (assign your or competitor's URL), track keyword rankings to pull relevant URLs from search results, and run keyword grouping.

The tool will band up keywords into groups and name each group after a Relevant page URL. All keywords that are outside of a preset tracking depth will be moved to a separate keyword group named No relevant URL. Keyword grouping purpose is to provide you with your project or a competitor's website comprehensive keyword structure.

Keyword grouping example
To segment your keyword pool into relevant groups, complete as follows:

  1. Create a project or pick one from the list.
  2. Import keywords to your project or use the keywords already present in the project.
  3. Track keyword rankings, if you haven't done that yet.
  4. Move to the Keywords page and press on the toolbar.
  5. Pick Grouping by page relevance.
  6. In the pop-up window select a search engine and location.
  7. Press Start.

Run keyword grouping
Please note!
Grouping tool supports all available search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Mail, Sputnik) and all locations. Before running the tool you should track keyword rankings in the applied search engine and location.

Competitor websites

To group keywords by competitor webpages relevance, complete as follows:

  1. Move to the Keywords page and press on the toolbar.
  2. Pick Grouping by relevance.
  3. In the pop-up window select a search engine, a location, and a competitor's website*.
  4. Press Start.

Pick competitor for grouping
*Add competitors in the project settings to update the list.

Related links

Rank tracker — keyword rank tracking across all available search engines.
Competitor keyword tracking — see how your competitors are ranking.
Compare modes — by location, search egnines and competitors.
Search engines — mobile, locations and other settings.
Snippets check — schedule tools to collect search results snippets.