iRank SEO Expands Keyword Tracking to New Countries in Version 2.0

by | Sep 25, 2018 | Content, News

iPhone users can enjoy being updated by personalised results for the news, the weather, and now, their SEO ranking.

iRank SEO app

Orchidbox have launched version 2.0 of their iRank SEO app, which lets iPhone users easily track their keyword rankings via simple keyword charts. The iRank SEO app now caters to other country domains. Previously the app was only compatible with .co.uk and .com websites.

New Countries Added to iRank SEO:

– Canada – Belgium
– Deutschland – Greece
– Italia – India
– France – Mexico
– Australia – Ireland
– Taiwan – Pakistan
– Brasil – Russia
– Turkey

 

If your business is international then you can now check on all of your country-specific websites simultaneously.

Unlimited Keyword Tracking Across Ten Domains:

You can now track 3 keywords per domain in the free version of iRank SEO and paid users can add up to 10 domains and track unlimited keywords.

Complicated metrics are cut down to just the essential data you need to know. Are you up or down in the search engines – that’s it! It enables you to act quickly – you can even track your competitor’s websites alongside your own to make sure you’re where you need to be.

iRank SEO is currently available from the Apple store free of charge for the basic version and £6.99 for the pro version with unlimited keyword allowance. The app works on iPhones, iPads and iPod.  A version of iRank SEO app for Android may be on the cards with a summer launch possible.

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