How Does Your Website Compare with Your Competitors' Websites?

Did you ever wonder how your website compares to your competitors’ websites?

It’s important to know if other websites are showing up instead of yours when people search using certain keywords.

One way to do this is to go to the various search engines, such as Google, Bing, or Yahoo, type in a keyword, hit Search, and then analyze the results to see where your website appears compared to your competitors.

But, that can take time away from more important things.

We have a better solution.

Did you know that the Website Analysis Tool in ConnectedView can help you do this much more quickly and effectively?

You simply enter a keyword, your website and up to three of your competitors’ websites. We’ll do the analysis for you.

After just a few minutes, we’ll show you where your site appears compared to the others on Google, Bing, and Yahoo.


Keyword Analysis


If you want a more detailed analysis of how your website stacks up to the others, you can also run a comparative Site Report Card. Just tell us the websites to compare and we’ll analyze over 30 different criteria for each one, alongside yours.

When we’re done, you’ll have a side-by-side chart to show you what areas you are better in and what areas may need some improvement.


Competitive Analysis


With the other site analysis tools in ConnectedView, you can get details of each category so you know exactly where to make some changes. After the changes are made, you can run the comparison again and track your performance to make sure you are staying ahead of your competitors.

Since websites change all the time, it is important to make sure you are keeping yours up-to-date. By using the ConnectedView Competitive Analysis Tool, you can easily see how you are doing whenever you’d like.

To see a short video on how this tool works, please visit

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