These grids are separated into four types. You can select the one from the “Filters” option located to the left of the list or grid option.
For example, if you select the “Tags” in the “Filter” option then the grids are separated by the tag names that you have added to the Serpple.
If you select the “Region” in the “Filter” option then the grids are separated by the regions that you have selected for the keywords.
If you select the “Device” in the “Filter” option then the grids are separated by the devices like mobile and desktop.
If you select the “Favorite” in the “Filter” option then the grids are separated by the favorite and unfavorite that you have marked the keywords.
In every Grid:
Below the name of the grid, you will get the total number of keywords in that grid.
And the Serpple Score is located in the top right corner of every grid for a better understanding of the keyword’s performance.
All the grids are having the same columns. They are
These columns are explained briefly in the following.
These checkboxes are present in the left corner of the grid, which means this is the first column.
These checkboxes are used to select the keywords specifically to refresh or delete instantly.
This “Action” column is located in the left corner of the grid. It contains two icons, a Google icon, and a History icon. Let us see how these icons help you to take the action.
Clicking the Google icon will take you to a new tab, and there you will find the particular keywords Google results page.
This History icon is located next to the Google icon. Clicking this “History Icon” will take you to the particular keyword’s ranking history page in the Serpple.
This “Keywords” column is located next to the “Action” column. In this column, you will find the keyword, the page slug on which the keyword is ranked in the SERP, and the flag of the region that you have chosen to track the keyword.
Click the “Keywords” at the top of the keywords column to view the keywords in ascending and descending order.
This “Rank” column is located next to the “Keywords” column. This column shows you the particular keyword ranking in Google in numbers.
Click the “Rank” at the top of the rank column to view the keywords ranked in lowest to highest or highest to lowest order.
This “Best” column is located next to the “Rank” column. This column shows you the best Google ranking of the specific keywords after it has been added to the Serpple.
Click the “Best” at the top of the best column to view the best ranking in lowest to highest or highest to lowest order.
This “SERP” column is located next to the “Best” column. This column helps you to identify or track the SERP features with the icons that the particular keyword is having in the SERP.
Clicking the menu icon in this column will show you all the SERP features that the particular keyword is having in SERP.
You can find the “SERP Legend” at the bottom of the “Keywords” page to better understand the icons in this “SERP” column.
This “Overview” column is located in the last column of the grid. Clicking the right arrow in this column will take you to the specific “Keywords Overview” page.
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