Rank Ranger Review
Rank Ranger is a service that does pretty much everything you’d expect it to. Somehow, they’re able to integrate a ton of different services and reports without making SEO feel like an afterthought.
I didn’t test out any of the SEM, or social, or other integrations, as my needs are still just for rank tracking.
To get the most out of Rank Ranger you need to be creating custom graphs, widgets, and reports, most of which I can’t be bothered with.
It seems like a good product, but there are simpler, and more actionable platforms that require fewer clicks, and have optimized interfaces (AWR and Nightwatch) that ask for less per month in subscription fees. The problem is there isn’t anything unique here, and that means nothing to help it stand out amongst the crowd.
It’s solid, but to a fault.
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- Lots of integrations for other channels outside of SEO
- Many specific Google Serps (hotel packs, jobs, etc)
- iTunes and Google Play tracking
- Robust reporting
- Complex, non-intuitive interface
- Lack of great tutorials
- Confusing, non-standard campaign oriented flow
- No way to delete trial account without contacting support
Which search engines are supported?
Google, Google Play, Yahoo, iTunes, Bing, Yandex, Youtube
What’s the price?
Rank Ranger starts at $69 per month for 350 keywords tracked daily.
Rank Fluctuations and Behavior – You can see a series of metrics:
- Stable keywords
- Unstable keywords
- Improving keywords
- Declining keywords
- Cannibalization (which keywords have multiple pages ranking)
- Opportunities / At Risk (falling out of, or entering top 10)