🆚LF vs manual analysis

Take the keyword "best car for doordash" as an example.

Upon manually examining the SERP, you'll observe:

  1. A low-authority website (DA = 1) is in the second position.

  2. Another low DA (DA = 1) is also in the sixth position.

  3. And so on...

These instances serve as indicators of "weakness" in the SERPs.

These suggest that a new or low-DA website has a strong chance of ranking at the top for this keyword.

You can improve your search engine rankings by identifying and targeting such keywords.

💡 DA, or Domain Authority, is a metric used to assess the authority and ranking potential of a website.

The view of this keyword in LowFruits.

SD = SERP difficulty Score. SD is a score that assesses the ranking difficulty, considering the number of weak websites and other factors. A value of 1 indicates that the keyword is easy to target. There are two other levels of SD: 2 and 3, with 3 indicating a high-difficulty keyword. Green fruit icon (weak spot) = website with low authority.

When analyzing keywords in bulk, use the SERP analysis filters to navigate the results.

The primary filters you'll want to use are SD and # Weak (number of weak websites). Top 10: At least one weak spot in the top 10 search results. Top 3: At least three weak spots in the top 10 search results. DA < 10: At least one weak spot with a DA below 10 in the top 10 search results.

The "Filter" button on the right provides access to more advanced filters for in-depth SERP analysis.

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