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If you’re not sure, let’s talk about some competitor insights that can give you the answer. The DemandMetrics suite of SEO tools includes competitor discovery, keyword research, SERP history, rank comparisons, and more. All to give you the best chance at beating the content that’s taking attention from your brand.
Find out who the real competition is for every type of feature, solution, product, and service you offer.
Which competitors are most likely to impact your audience's decisions?
Whether they release new content or make it into a universal search element - we'll know
DemandMetrics SEO and content marketing tools deliver daily competitor intelligence to your dashboard
Who are the real competitors for audience attention
Historical SERP layout views for your keywords
Suggested Search Keywords
See what else is recommended to your audience
Competitor Rank Tracking
Daily competitor rank data
Local and Mobile
Any device, country, or city
Any Search Engine
International, Amazon, and Pinterest
Faster filtering, segments, and reporting
Universal Search Analysis
Knowledge Panel, People Also Ask, Local Pack, and more
Content Catching Fire
Content that's rising in rank quickly and making impact
Custom Reports and Dashboards
Views based on roles and goals
Make the most of every piece of content, optimization tactic, and marketing effort. Keep an eye on what’s making a connection with your audience and learn from how they are meeting people’s needs.
Real competitor insights require spotting new competition and knowing what they’re doing right. With DemandMetrics, you’ll be able to discover and categorize your competitors by: Product, feature, solution, location, and more.
Direct competitors are the ones that are competing with you for goods, services, and solutions. They’re the ones you’re most likely to see in your industry research, hear about on sales calls, or run into in e-commerce.
Indirect competitors are the ones that are talking about your industry by discussing the needs of your audience but aren’t directly selling something that you do. This may include blogs and review sites, YouTube channels, influencers, or companies that do adjacent product development.
You’ll see content from both types of competitors in the SERP and ignoring either is a critical mistake.