cPanel has recently released its SEO Tool (Beta Version) to help website owners improve their sites as efficiently as possible and it’s gaining quite the hype from digital marketers. Our team has tested and reviewed the SEO automation tool to find out how it works and how effective it is. First of all, let’s start with an overview of the cPanel’s SEO Beta tool.
The cPanel SEO tool comes with a number of features that make it simple for customers to optimise their website, content, and search engine rankings. cPanel SEO is simple to set up and use, and it was designed to help prospective new customers find your website by enhancing search engine results and traffic. Users can currently use the beta version of this cPanel SEO tool to:
The cPanel SEO tool is divided into three main structures: Keywords, Projects and Advisor.
The keyword section gives you a detailed analysis of your website’s keywords and their ranks, as well as suggestions on how to enhance your keyword rankings.
The “Ranking” Tab displays a list of keywords for which your website is currently ranking.
On the “keyword research” page, you can also look for new keywords to target for improved ranks.
The “Rank Tracker” option allows you to keep track of your website’s keyword rankings as well as those of your competitors. When you compare your keywords to those of your competitors, you’ll be able to find new ones and see where you need to improve. This will allow you to reevaluate your SEO strategy and improve your results.
The foundation of a website’s extensive study is reflected in the project section. When you first sign up for the tool, it automatically creates a project for you.
You can use the Projects section to:
When you first sign up, the cPanel SEO Tool evaluates your website and looks for missing faults and assets in your technical configuration and content. The Advisor takes the initial audit findings and turns them into simple tasks. It also includes the necessary SEO steps for resolving your website’s troubles. The Advisor sets tasks on a Kanban board, which you may use to manage your tasks by state using a simple drag-and-drop feature.
To use the Keyword Research Search Bar, simply insert a search term and press the search button. The provided results can provide you with a wealth of information.
cPanel SEO’s Keyword Research divides the results of keyword searches into four tabs:
Keywords: Displays a list of relevant keywords, including KPIs and the Project domain’s rating.
Ranking Analysis: Provides a list of the top 100 URLs for all of your keywords.
Competitor: Shows a list of the top 100 competitors for the terms specified.
Questions: Top user questions appear on the Google search page’s “Users Also Ask” section.
The Keyword Planner section of the application also helps you to collect and organise your keywords. This tool eliminates the need to scribble keywords into awkward spreadsheets. Instead, simply copy and paste your keywords into the Keyword Planner, where you may organise them into suitable groupings.
The Advisor is the most effective option in cPanel SEO when it comes to improving your website. It includes simple tasks that are a combination of SEO best practices and errors detected during the initial site audit. This result is used by the Advisor to suggest all of the possible actions you may take to enhance and improve the SEO performance of your website.
On the Kanban Board, the Advisor allows you to organise your tasks by state. You may easily drag and drop jobs as you do them or assign them to anybody you wish. Additionally, the Advisor allows you to prioritise jobs using colour codes, such as:
Red: Error (Tasks that demand instant solution).
Yellow: Caution (Tasks that should be dealt with soon).
Grey: Take note (Tasks that need your attention but can be put on hold for some time).
Following are the simple actions to take to handle a task using this powerful SEO feature:
1. As seen in the illustration, click on any task on your Advisor Kanban Board.
2. A pop-up window will appear with detailed instructions on how to finish the activity you just selected.
3. The tool will give a list of all the URLs on your website that need to be changed for optimisation when you click on the details of any assignment. You can open them in a new tab and click the box after the issues with that URL have been resolved.
Your tasks, as well as the findings of your monthly site assessment, will be automatically updated. In addition, if you changed a task’s status to “Done” but ignored a few steps in the associated list, the task will revert to “Open.”
The cPanel SEO Tool has a great feature called “Rank Tracker” that allows you to keep an eye on keywords that are important to your organisation. Rank Tracker helps you to keep track of your target keywords’ rankings regardless of location or device. This enables you to assess the performance of your and your competitors’ websites, estimate traffic, and tweak web pages to improve their ranks.
Follow these simple steps to add keywords to the Rank Tracker:
Step 1: Define the domains for which you wish to keep track of keyword rankings. It could be your own domain or one of your competitors’.
Step 2: Manually enter keywords into the “Add Keywords” area. You may also import it as a .csv file if you have one.
Step 3: Choose the search engine where you wish to monitor your position. It will choose the search engine for your project by default.
Step 4: Set the date on which you’d want to receive an update on your tracking. Please keep in mind that this value should be consistent across all your Rank Tracker keywords.
Note that you may add keywords to cPanel SEO from anywhere. Simply mark the keyword you wish to track with a checkmark, then go to “Select Action” and select “Add Keywords to Rank Tracker.”
After you’ve added the keywords to Rank Tracker, go to “Tracked Keywords” to see more information, such as:
The URL with the highest ranking (for your and your competitors’ domains).
The rank of a URL on a KPI for each term Type of search results (organic or universal search)