Target and relevant URL
Relevant URL is a website page that a search engine shows for a particular search query. Search engines use advanced algorithms to find a website page that matches a search query in the best way possible.
Target URL is a website page that a SEO consultant or a webmaster wants to display in the search results for a particular search query.
You should choose the right target page and 'push' a search engine to use is as a relevant page if it doesn't.
For example, the lines: http://site.ru?array%5B0%5D=1 and site.ru?array=1 will be stored as site.ru?array=1.
We recommend you to make sure that all variants of a URL open the same page. Search engines may take both URLs for the same webpage.
To start tracking target URLs, assign a target URL for a keyword or a keyword group.
Once you assign target URLs, Rank Tracker tool will start tracking them to see if they match a relevant URL from the search results and will alert you if they change.
An icon means that a target URL matches a relevant URL. If a target URL doesn't match a relevant URL, a icon will change to .
Relevant URL changes history
A small triangle in the corner of a sell indicates that a relevant URL in the search results changed (in an applied location for a selected keyword).
Press a triangle to view history of relevant URL changes.