First project in Senuto monitoring – step by step

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Karolina MatyskaKarolina Matyska
Published: 11.07.2018
5 minute

Where does your site show up for specific queries on Google? Which phrases have the highest traffic potential? Finally – how do you rank against your competitors? Set up your first project in Senuto Monitoring and check it out! We’ll walk you through the process step by step.

What is Monitoring and what is it used for?

Senuto Monitoring is one of the three modules of the Senuto Platform – along with Visibility Analysis and Key Phrase Database. It is used to check daily the position of a selected website on specific keywords that you define yourself..

Every business has such a group of phrases that are most important to it, and it is under them that the service is optimized. You certainly have such phrases too! In Senuto Monitoring you will check how your site is visible in Google for precisely those keywords you care about the most. It’s important to study how high or low your site is visible on them in Google. With this knowledge, you can optimize your SEO strategy accordingly and fight to get your site as high as possible on these phrases..

At Senuto, we monitor keywords in both Polish and many foreign languages, and we query Google daily for your site’s positions. This gives you insight into fresh data every day.

If you already have an account with Senuto, log in. If not, go through the quick process of creating a new account.

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Setting up your first project step by step

Each project in Senuto Monitoring denotes a separate domain, subdomain, directory or address URL that you want to monitor. So you should set up a separate project for each individual domain or link.

In order to find projects faster, you can tag them as you like. Tags add already in the first step of project creation or later, in Settings of the account.

Setting up a project in Senuto Monitoring consists of 3 simple steps:

Step 1. Give the data of the website you want to monitor



At the outset, you are asked for the basic data of the site you want to monitor. Enter in the appropriate fields:

  • address (e.g.,
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  • project name (enter your own or skip this field to automatically pull in the title of the specified page),
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  • country from which you want to collect visibility data,
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  • matching (Do you want to monitor the positions of all subdomains and directories inside the selected domain? Or do you prefer to examine all addresses excluding subdomains? There are 4 different types of matching available).
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Step 2. Add the phrases you want to monitor.

Step 2 is where you add the keywords whose positions you want to monitor in the context of the selected domain.

You can choose phrases suggested by our system, import your own phrases from a file or enter them manually. The keywords suggested by the system can be freely filtered by average monthly number of searches, positions or URL.



In addition to standard filtering, you can also go a step further and use advanced filters. With them, you can search for phrases at which Google displays extended results (e.g. Google News or images), and also find out which phrases are most searched for, for example, in May or any other month.



At this stage you can also group your keywords – scroll down the list of phrases and add your first groups. When adding another project, you will be able to use existing groups or add more.

As you add more phrases, a progress bar will move to show how much of the package you have used.



Step 3. Add the competitor domains you want to monitor.

Previewing the results of competing domains gives you the opportunity to compare your own actions in Google with the practices of other market players. What phrases is Competitor A positioning for? How much traffic from paid advertising does Competitor B collect? These data are worth knowing.

For this reason, in the 3rd step of setting up your project, we ask you to give your competitors’ domains. This time, again, you can use the prompts of the system, which will suggest competitor domains to yours based on the volume of common keywords. If you prefer, enter your competitors manually.

Got it! You have set up your first project in Senuto Monitoring

Click on “CREATE PROJECT” and you’re done! Now you need to be patient and give the system a few hours to collect and recalculate the data. The waiting time depends, among other things, on the time of day you add the project. Give us a moment :).

You want to edit the added project? Wait until the data is collected. Once they are recalculated, you will be able to edit each project element freely in Settings. If you add new phrases to monitor in an existing project, the system will need some time to collect data on them. Your project will be active during this time, and the remaining data will be available for review and analysis.

You want to add another domain to Monitoring? Go through the above process again.

First Project in Senuto Monitoring – Summary

You already know how to set up your first project in Senuto Monitoring. This means that you can start working in the tool, adding your or your competitors’ domains.

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Have a question? Click on the balloon in the lower right corner of the page – a chat window will open, where Karolina and Paulina make sure you work smoothly.

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Karolina Matyska

Lingwistka, copywriterka, online marketerka, ale przede wszystkim – fanka dobrego content marketingu. Z contentem związałam się zaraz po studiach, z Senuto i SEO – w 2018 roku.

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