As part of ongoing enhancements and developments to the Authoritas platform, we are excited to share the new User Interface!
The Authoritas platform that you see today is a blend of over a decade’s worth of development by the Authoritas and Linkdex teams. Since acquiring the Linkdex enterprise SEO platform, the Authoritas team has been working behind the scenes to rationalise, stabilise and improve many of the back-end data collection processes and front-end tools that you see today.
We are now on a journey to unify the best of both platforms into one more elegant and modern user interface. Toda, we have launched changes to the menu and navigation as a first step in that direction.
New Menu and Navigation
We have updated the menu on the left hand side to help you navigate through the platform more easily and updated the colours to give the platform a contemporary look. We have also adjusted the heading styles and fonts to make the modules easier to read.
New Technical section and Page Experience Module (launching in beta)
A new and exciting “Technical” section, represents the next major platform rollout in line with Google’s Core Web Vitals focus. You will shortly see the new Page Experience module. This is being rolled out in beta this week, with a view to rolling out fully to clients on all packages by the end of the month.
If you would like to get in early on the beta version, then please join the beta testers group in the Optimisers community.
The next steps to a new unified User Interface
This is the first step in moving to a more modern UI based on React.
If you have used our new Keyword Explorer module, you may have noticed we have made some major design changes to this module, updating the graphs, tables and formatting.
We will be moving all of our modules across to this new user interface so do leave us feedback so that we can continue to make improvements and make all our modules even easier to use and solve your SEO challenges. Share your thoughts here, in The Optimisers community.
The API supports all major search engines in many of the large markets and languages globally (desktop or mobile rankings). It is also geo located to decimal lat/long and can be used for high volume queries across all the major search engines.
Looking for new ways to produce more content, more efficiently? (Who isn’t?) Authoritas has designed a new module to help with just that. Our new AI Content Assistant tool will help you create new content with only a few keywords or phrases.
Things used to be a lot simpler. Google would just serve up approximately 10 blue, organic links per page (plus some Ads at the top), so to work out your organic rank, you simply had to see how far down that list of links you were.
In this post, we share some details of what the new features look like and how SEOs can use them to good effect for their SEO and content marketing campaigns. We’ve also shared some of our thinking behind our approach to analysing user intent in search and how we’ve constructed our model(s) and have contrasted this to some limitations we have experienced using other keyword intent models promoted by leading SEOs.
Back in April 2015 Google released an update that started to penalise sites in mobile search which weren’t ‘mobile friendly’. This meant that some sites were more likely to rank differently in mobile search compared with desktop.
We made a small release today to add support to the platform for keyword rank tracking in Yandex. This might seem like a small update, but it actually consumed quite a lot of development time, as we found the Yandex markup to be quite a bit different to other search engines’ markup.