How to Record SERPs and Analyze Algorithms with Python

by Hamlet Batista | December 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

Join Koray Tuğberk GÜBÜR for a walk-through of his amazing Twittorial (#RSTwittorial) to learn how to set up your own rank-tracker with a bit of Python and some creativity. Using Google’s Custom Search API, you can record search results for various keywords, crawl relevant result URLs, and analyze the ranking results! You can also retrieve Google’s SERP with regular time periods, animate their differences, take Semantic Queries, and use data science to examine the best sources on the SERP!
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
  • What’s behind each of the steps to build a small-scale rank tracker,
  • How Koray approaches challenges such as accuracy and respecting Google’s guidelines,
  • How to make a script into a useable tool through scheduling repeating processes, interactive visualization of results, and adapting output for the next step in your SEO process.
Discover the thought process behind Koray’s work, and take advantage of the chance to ask your questions!
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Hamlet Batista

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Hamlet Batista is CEO and founder of RankSense, an agile SEO platform for online retailers and manufacturers. He holds US patents on innovative SEO technologies, started doing SEO as a successful affiliate marketer back in 2002, and believes great SEO results should not take 6 months



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