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Position Tracking connector data doesn’t match Semrush data, what's wrong?

Position Tracking connector data doesn’t match Semrush data, what's wrong?

If you find that data in your GDS report doesn’t match the data you see in Semrush, please check the following:

1. Data source settings

- Project and domain name in your report settings should match with the project and domain name of your Semrush campaign. For example, if you’ve chosen “Root domain” in the Domain type field, then your domain name shouldn’t include https:// part.

GDS connector parameters

- Check the Local Pack settings. Make sure that the Local pack settings and Business name match in your campaign and in GDS report: 

If you excluded local pack results from your Semrush campaign, you should exclude them from your GDS report too.

If you do follow Local pack results in your Position tracking campaign, do not forget to enter the Business name in the Local pack settings of your GDS report.

GDS report Local pack settings 

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Semrush campaign Local pack settings

Position Tracking local pack

Position Tracking business name

2. Date range filters
Check that the date filters inside GDS report and in your campaign are set to the same date range (GDS defaults to Last 28 days (exclude today), and PT campaign defaults to last 7 days):

GDS report date range

GDS report date range

Semrush campaign date range

Position Tracking date range

If you still have issues, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Support team.

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