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Keyword Ranking API
The Authoritas Keyword Ranking API allows you to make multiple simultaneous keyword requests to any major search engine worldwide.
Arguably the most
comprehensive keyword ranking and SERPs API on the market
Our REST API returns JSON and/or compressed HTML of the SERP on-demand.
How does our API compare to other SERPs APIs?
The SERPs API is at the very heart of our systems. It was the first service we built in 2009 and we have been updating it continuously since. It has some unique features that are hard to find elsewhere, that will give you better insights than competing SEO APIs.
Who uses your API and what do they build with it?
We love helping clients to overcome their biggest SEO challenges
It was awesome working with you too. I haven’t had a relationship with a vendor that was quite as responsive and helpful as you are.
We really enjoy our regular sessions with senior members of the Authoritas team. We’re 100% committed to achieving the best possible SEO results for our clients and it’s great to know that we’ve got a long-standing partner listening, supporting and developing optimisation tools that will help us achieve our goals. We’re excited about the migration from V7 to V8 of the platform in 2023 and looking forward to continuing over a decade’s worth of collaboration.
I love the Authoritas Keyword Ranking API! It has enabled me to collect vast amounts of data (hundreds of millions of data points through the Brand SERP lens - aka "what does Google understand") that have enabled me to understand how Google "learns" and how to optimise the Brand SERP, trigger Knowledge Panel and push information into the Knowledge Graph from the outside without resorting to tricks and spam. (I don't think many people realise that Knowledge Panel spam is a HUGE thing - maybe Penguin and Panda will seem like glitches in years to come).
We need a rank tracking solution that fits an international SEO setup covering 100 domains, 30 languages and multiple search engines. Linkdex/Authoritas matches our requirements really well. The team is also a pleasure to work with, it feels more like a partnership rather than a traditional supplier-client relationship as we support each other with insights, ideas and solutions to succeed.
The best two things about Analytics SEO (Now Authoritas) are: 1. Monitoring you clients' keyword rankings. ASEO has the BEST data. Our agency's CEO has heard from many sources that the keyword ranking data ASEO has is the best in the industry. You can monitor a client's keyword ranking across many search engines, countries, states, and even cities. 2. Customer service is AMAZING. Even though they are a British company, their customer support is top notch for us users in the states. Many times, Laurence, the CEO of ASEO, personally follows up on customer questions, etc.
Why SEOs need
Some SEO tools and APIs either do not give you user intent data or give you a single score or flag which is too rigid an approach. Our algorithm measures signals and returns a score across the following critical user intent categories.
Universal SERP Features
We extract and parse more Google Universal SERP features than any other Google SERPs API
Shows you whether the SERP listing has been flagged by Google as having implemented AMP.
Ads (Top) and Ads (Bottom)
Indicates the presence of paid PPC adverts from AdWords at the top or bottom of the SERP.
Google returns a single direct answer to a question without linking to a third party website. e.g. Calculators, unit conversions, factual answers, etc.
Authoritas has added support for detecting Articles in the SERPs API.
You can retrieve the title, description and URL for book results appearing in the Knowledge Panel.
Since January 2020, we are now able to parse currency converter results in our API.
Since December 2019, we have been able to retrieve destination titles, descriptions and images.
We parse definition results that appear for certain keywords at the top of the SERPs.
Discover More Places
This block often appears at the bottom of the SERPs for local queries.
Tells you whether an element is above-the-fold or below-the-fold of the page.
Since January 2020, our API has been parsing events (triggered by event schema markup) within the Google SERPs.
This extracts the fact check label.
SEOs often call this 'Position 0'. These are the featured organic results that appear at the top of the SERPs below any ads.
This extracts the featured video at the top of the results page. You typically only see this type of result on page 1 of the SERPS.
Find Results On
This feature appears near the top of the SERP giving the user alternative places to search for an answer.
Gather all the details from the Flight Finder SERPs with the Authoritas API.
Pull the hotel name, type and URL from the SERPs with the Authoritas API.
Extract all the image details including the image URL.
This shows you whether a site has a double organic listing with one result indented below the other.
This shows you whether the Interesting Finds section appears for your keyword and parses the content.
Extract description of the job, where it is, salary amount and location of the job results in the SERPs.
We extract the majority of pertinent information from Google's ‘knowledge panel’ (a ‘knowledge graph’ based result).
Local Business Listings
This shows you whether a Local Business Listing (LBL) appears for this result and parses the contents of the section.
Local Pack (Places)
Discover which local business listings appear in the Places results (or Local 3 Pack if you prefer).
This indicates whether a map is displayed in the SERP.
Number of Results
This returns the number of results that Google indicates it has for the keyword searched.
Details of the good old 10 blue-links. Of course, Google no longer always shows 10 on the first page.
Organic FAQs, are frequently asked question results that appear below selected organic results.
Organic Product Carousels (OPCs)
A carousel which displays Popular Products, Best Products or Similar Products.
People Also Ask
Google usually displays questions that other users ask. Typically, Google returns 4, but sometimes only 2.
People Also Search For
This feature typically appears at the bottom of page 1 of the SERP, but not for all queries.
Details of the Podcasts featured for this keyword.
This pulls in the description, title, image and URL of any recipe in the SERPs.
Google allows users to refine their results. This feature is at the bottom of the search results pages.
This extracts related entities from Google's Knowledge Graph that appears in the Knowledgepanel.
Similar to the above “People Also Search For” and “People Also Ask” results you see in Google, this shows up to 8 related terms.
For commercial queries, Google also pulls in “how to guides” and other “guides” to help users with their purchase decision.
Extracts the reviews for different products or services.
We track and parse all major Rich Snippets (also known as “Rich Results”) that Google displays.
This is a fairly infrequent SERP feature, typically shown for mobile users, that allows a user to refine a search by clicking an image on Google.
See results about
This feature usually appears above the Knowledgepanel as a search refinement tool for users.
Extract the title, merchant and URL, info, price and the location of the product within the SERPs.
Shows you the 'sitelink' URLs that appearing underneath your main organic listing for branded terms.
Shows you whether Google has corrected the spelling of your keyword.
The API pulls in sports results including sport type, phrase, date and region.
Extracts data from the stock prices block at the top of the SERP for relevant keywords.
Things To Know
This extracts key elements from Google's 'Things to know' feature.
Things to Do
'Things to Do' is a carousel of items that appears for predominantly travel related results.
Thumbnail images that appear alongside organic results are also parsed and extracted.
Top Stories (News)
We parse the 'top stories' ,also known as, the news results.
Translations gives immediate results without the user having to click through to a site.
We show the presence of this feature where Google shows car, train, walking or cycling directions between your destinations.
Google sometimes returns tweets as part of the SERPS results.
Our algorithm analyses user intent signals for Navigational, Informational, Research and Transactional Intent. It also picks a Dominant User Intent and flags Local Search Intent.
We parse any videos that appear in the SERPs.
Indicates whether the SERP feature is visible to a user when the SERP is first loaded.
Extracts all the weather details including description, location and URL.
Questions about our Keyword Ranking API
Here are the most common answers to questions we receive about rank tracking in major search engines using APIs.
What is a SERPs API?
It is a way of retrieving ranking URLs and features from search engines result pages (SERPs) in an easy to consume machine-readable JSON format. This makes it easy to ingest the data into modern dashboarding, databases and software tools.
The API breaks down the search results (the SERPs) and covers every major feature Google has introduced over the past few years. It tracks the position of keywords from position 1 until ~100 (10 pages).
Can I check the PPC Ads in the SERPs?
The SERPs API will show you the details of the PPC ads that Google displays. The API will let you know when and where we see ads, e.g. Whether they appear at the top of page 1 or on the side. You’ll notice that we simply differentiate between the two through the use of an “on_top” property. To ensure the PPC ads are included, specify this in your API request by simply using ‘include_all_in_universal’ => true’ in your request object.
Where do I find the technical API documentation?
Here is the SERPs API documentation which explains everything in more detail. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, should you need any other information or a test key.
How do I check my SERPs?
You can check your SERPs with the Authoritas API. Simply purchase the key and read through the documentation to check the SERPs.
Why use the Authoritas Keyword Ranking API?
Accuracy, reliability and our unique features are just some of the reasons why SEO professionals and SEO developers choose to work with us.
The Authoritas API allows you to gather a complete list of SERPs results and features for Google (and other search engines such as Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Baidu and Naver) on desktop and mobile devices.
It is reliable and can extract large numbers of queries, from 10,000 queries to up to more than a 1,000,000 pieces of data per day and at a competitive price.
We've been saving SEOs from managing their own proxies since 2009.
How much does an SEO API cost?
We give you 1,000 free API requests per month. Thereafter, pricing is volume-based starting at £2.50 CPM for 100,000 queries per month.
We plan to make API packages available to order on our website in the future, until then please contact us for a quote.
Do you have any client libraries for your API?
We have PHP, C# and Python libraries and will email you the details when you request your API key.
How do I start to use the API?
Firstly, you need an API key. Simply, complete the form above and wewill automatically email you one. You will then need a bit of programming skills to call the API and send and retrieve data from our systems. We have client libraries for PHP and Java to help you get off to a fast-start.
Discover for yourself why we're different to other SEO APIs
Complete the form and we'll automatically send you a free trial API key with 1,000 free API queries and some simple instructions to get you started quickly.
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We live in a very competitive market and therefore it can be hard to get ahead in the SERPs. This is especially true if the only part of SEO you can amend is the content on the page. Your client or your company may not have budget for outreach or Digital PR or for technical changes.
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.