We load a wide variety of different data sources, some more common than others.
The four most common data sources teams want our help handling are:
But we can integrate any kind of SEO data - everything from crawl & site speed to internal sales data. Let us know what you're trying to accomplish and we'll sort it out.
Google Search Console is a brilliant free tool, but if you're serious about search, you'll often bump into its limitations. You get a tiny fraction of the data in the interface.
The BigQuery Search Console export is the best way to get this, but it doesn't backfill. We'll backfill all your data and align it with your new ongoing data.
Once your data is loaded, you need to be able to use it. We've got years of SEO and SQL expertise to help you get the most out of your data.
We can help you handle everything from basics like plotting clicks over time to complex questions like finding URLs which cannibalise & joining SC to your GA & Adwords data.
We've got a query builder and reporting pipelines to help you get the most out of it.
Search Console doesn't just have traffic data, you can also get indexability data from it.
We'll let you bulk extract this indexability data automatically to allow for larger scale analysis of indexation problems.
Log data is one of the most important data sources we have as SEOs.
Fixing crawling and indexing, understanding freshness, prioritising, debugging weird anomalies. It's brilliant at them.
But log files are large and need processing. We take care of all of that and give you easy access to all of it.
We run DNS/ASN lookups on all our log data so you'll know what is actually coming from Google.
We'll work with your devs to get the log data and validate it, making sure you've got all the logs and no-one missed that Wordpress subfolder on your Magento site...
UA had sampling. When we're backing up your data we'll make sure we get as much data as possible out.
GA4 still has sampling, but the more common problem is API limits. If you're a large site using the Looker Studio connector you'll run into limits.
We'll get you set-up with the raw data so you don't bump into any limits and the reports always work.
The easiest way to get access to the raw, unlimited data from GA4 is with the BigQuery export.
It comes out as an event stream however and so you can't just query it like another data source it requires you to process and work with it.
We'll set-up your GA4 just like all our other data sources, build pipelines for it, plug it into reports and get it ready for easy ad-hoc analysis.
Everytime you change anything in the Google Analytics interface it reloads your data.
Setting up and exploring data with it is slow. Exporting large reports from it is impossible. With Piped Out you can quickly have all the data ready to go with just a handful of clicks.
We'll ingest rank tracking data from many of the big providers, but we primarily recommend Data For SEO.
It provides incredibly rich SERP data which allows you to dig into every part of the SERP, the PAA, the local pack, ratings snippets and everything else.
With SGE and richer SERPs on the horizon, you're going to want the best possible data.
To see the sort of things you can accomplish with the rich rank tracking model take a look at our example report templates.
if you decide to stop using us, all the data is in your warehouse, it's yours.
No more missing data because business requirements have changed.
We can integrate with cloud crawling providers or we can help you set-up a process to load your local data (like Screaming Frog or Sitebulb crawls).
We can either store multiple crawls or just keep your most recent one to work with.
We focus on combining the crawl data with other data sources.
You can combine with backlinks, branded traffic, conversions, Google requests.
It'll make it easier to prioritise and you'll be able to find different opportunities.
We can integrate with main link providers so you can keep all your sites' link data ready to access.
We'll help you work at scale across millions of backlinks for large websites and properties, with quick, easily repeatable analysis.
Links are good by themselves and even better with other data sources.
Trying to decide if you want to remove a site section? Go check traffic and links.
Looking to optimise internal links? Connect crawl data with link and select the pages with backlinks but few outlinks.