It might be unfair to Agency Analytics to include them in a rank tracker buyers guide because rank tracking is just the tiniest piece of what they do. It’s popular software though, and through my own research I continually saw it recommended on Reddit and other places for people looking for rank tracking solutions. For that reason, I think it’s fair to include them, even though they really don’t have any chance at being one of the better options — mostly because they’re not trying to be.
It’s clear that this is a great product, but it’s not a great rank tracker. It’s great because it’s an all-in-one reporting suite, even though none of the reports are particularly in-depth.
It’s built for agencies who need a birds-eye view of all kinds of activities and services, and I have no doubt that it’s highly valuable for this use case.
To get into specifics on the rank tracker side, the most obvious flaw is that there is no way to track competitors. Each of the limited reports lack depth, and really would not satisfy anyone outside of a C-Level high-level overview briefing.
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For the full experience, view the rest of the ranking tracker reviews.
Just suffice to say, you probably know if this product is a good fit for you, and if you are considering it for rank tracking alone — it’s not.
- Probably best in class for agencies looking to track huge amounts of channels
- No competitor analysis
- Probably not a good choice for freelancers or those focused solely on SEO
- No way to cancel a trial subscription
Which search engines are supported?
What’s the price?
AgencyAnalytics starts at $49 per month for 500 keyword rankings.
40+ integrations (in addition to the rank tracking).