How to analyze competitors using Semrush?

by laverna_hirthe , in category: SEO Tools , 6 months ago

How to analyze competitors using Semrush?

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by elliott , 2 months ago


To analyze competitors using Semrush, follow these steps:

  1. Start by signing up for a Semrush account and log in.
  2. Once logged in, click on the "Competitive Research" tab in the main navigation menu.
  3. In the drop-down menu, select "Competitors" and click on it.
  4. Enter your domain name in the provided field and click on the "Add Competitors" button.
  5. Semrush will analyze your domain and provide you with a list of potential competitors based on the data it has extracted. Review this list and select the competitors you want to analyze further.
  6. Click on the "Analyze" button next to each competitor's name to get detailed insights.
  7. Semrush will present you with an overview of your competitor's organic search traffic, their top organic keywords, backlink profile, advertising strategies, and more.
  8. Explore different tabs and sections to gather more insights. For example, in the "Positions" tab, you can see the keywords that both you and your competitors are ranking for and compare rankings.
  9. Utilize the "Backlinks" tab to gain insights into your competitor's backlink profile and identify potential link-building opportunities.
  10. You can also use the "Advertising Research" section to understand your competitor's paid search strategies, including top ad keywords, ad copies, and landing pages.
  11. Customize your analysis by selecting desired metrics, time frames, and geographical locations from the filters provided.
  12. Repeat the analysis for each competitor you want to analyze, comparing different factors such as keyword rankings, traffic sources, and content strategies.

By consistently monitoring and analyzing your competitors' data using Semrush, you can gain valuable insights to refine your own strategies, discover new opportunities, and stay ahead in your market.