The changes this week are centralized in the Projects section of SEMrush. Specifically, the changes are within Position Tracking and Site Audit. We've further enhanced the management of keyword tags by allowing you to add or delete a tag directly from the keyword table. The table itself is essentially part of the UI now. It's now super fast and efficient when adding a few tags here and there. Not so much for bulk management but what I like the most is that you can now click on a tag and filter a report by that tag very quickly.
Site Audit has seen some improvements to its creation wizard. Nothing new has been added but the wizard itself has been adjusted to be more user friendly when enabling a new Site Audit in your project. We've also altered the Site Audit Overview report by removing the bar graph that displays the number of pass/fail checks and added a small section devoted to some page-level stats and easy access to the Page Report.
Watch the video changelog for a quick demo!
For those who don't know, we stop gathering SERP data for the 106 million keywords in our database for a few days at the end of each month. This allows time to build a historical data point that you can access later on. For example, towards the end of June or very early July, we'll stop gathering data in order to create a historical data point for June.
With this iteration of the regular process ending, we've begun gathering data as of July 9th. If some SERPs haven't been updated, give it a day or two. Again, this is not for our Position Tracker. This is referring to our typical Domain/phrase analytics reports.
We completed some quick maintenance on the Site Audit tool. It lasted only about an hour and occurred very early in the day on July 9th so that the impact wouldn't be felt.
Educational Resources, Baby!
Well, I'm proud to say that we have another member of the Customer Success content team in play and you may start to notice a lot of tutorial videos being updated in SEMrush. Of course, I'm talking about the videos embedded into each report, at the top-right using the small "Video Tutorial" button. Keep your eyes peeled for these. It's a big undertaking (we have well over 60 reports now!) but our guys are going to roll them out quickly.
Let us know how we're doing — You can reach our Technical Support team Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm EST by phone at 855-814-4510 within the United States and, for our international users, 408-844-4633 from 4am-12pm GMT. We're also available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org during both of those business hours and on Twitter using the #SEMrushCare