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How can I update my keyword rankings today?
How can I update my keyword rankings today?

If you need fresh keyword ranking data then switch the keywords to a daily rank check and they will get prioritised immediately

Laurence O'Toole avatar
Written by Laurence O'Toole
Updated over a week ago

Sometimes, you just need fresh ranking data and you cannot wait for the next weekly, fortnightly or monthly rank check. In instances like this you can simply update the rank tracking frequency to daily and the selected keywords will get pushed into a prioritised queue for fresh rankings. Once you have the fresh data, you can then switch the keywords back to their normal rank schedule.
​N/B: If you add new keywords to an existing project or if you create a new project with new keywords, then the new keywords will automatically be queued in our high priority queue and you do not need to follow the advice below.

Step 1 - Filter to the keywords you are interested in

The easiest way to do this is to use the filter icon and filter by tags.

Step 2 - Make sure you 'select all' keywords

Click the 'Select All' button on the top left-hand side of the table. If you have more than 250 keywords in your project then the keyword ranking table will be paginated so you will not see all the keywords, but you will see a message asking if you want to select all the keywords that meet your filter. Click 'select all'.

Step 3 - Switch to daily rankings

Now all you need to do, is click on the Action column and click 'Track Daily'.

This will update the selected keywords and you will see the rank tracking frequency icon on the right-hand side of each row switch to 'D' (daily) from 'W', 'F' or 'M' (weekly, fortnightly, monthly).
New ranking jobs for each keyword will now be prioritised and fresh ranking data should be updated in the platform within the hour.
Once you have the new data you can follow the same process but switch the rank tracking frequency back to its previous setting.

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