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Quick Tips: Trending with Compete by Comparing Two Metrics on One Graph

Comparing Two Metrics Comparing metrics against one another can be a quick but powerful way to understand the full picture of on-site activity. Learn how! 1. Via drop-down menu In the graphic below, you can see that we’re viewing two metrics for Amazon.com, visits and average stay. The red “1″ icon at the top shows where to click to select your first metric. The red “2″ icon denotes the remaining

Quick Tip: Keyword Volume Graph

Compete offers keyword volume information trended over the past two years for its PRO users with Standard and Advance level subscriptions. This helps you understand what the prime marketing season is for your competition. In this example, Amazon.com is greatly influenced by the holiday retail system. One can gather insights by looking at these trends, could be economic, if you look at paid search activity in 2008 it differs slightly

Quick Tip: Filtering Keywords Manually with Search Analytics

You can manually adjust the Keyword Filters via sliders, radio buttons, and drop-down menus to further filter your keyword lists. In addition to our Search Insights Filters, manual filtering can help you refine your results and hone in on your results so you spend less time in spreadsheets and more time taking action! See how to adjust some of the filters below. Adjust your sliders by clicking and holding down

Quick Tip: Selecting Custom Date Ranges on Compete Graphs

Selecting a specific time frame that is not part of the predefined options at the top of the graph (3M, 6M, 1Y, 2Y) is quick and easy. Simply select the beginning point on the graph by clicking with your mouse and dragging it across to the end of your desired time frame. Release the mouse when you’ve selected the desired time frame and the graph will automatically size properly.  In

Quick Tip: Saving & Downloading Compete Metrics

Compete graph data is easily exportable and can be used in any spreadsheet application that is able to read .csv files, such as Excel, Google Docs, or LibreOffice. This quick tip will show you where in the interface to find the Export and Save Graph links within the graph interface. PRO users can also use the same links on graphs in the search analytics and referral analytics sections of the